The Tea Room Series Session 1 – Female Sexuality Following Acquired Brain Injury

Join the Royal Rehab Sexuality Service for an online series of presentations, conversations, and interactive learning about sex, sexuality and disability. “The Tea Room Series” includes 6 online sessions. Each stand alone in content.

Session One is an introduction to Female Sexuality Following ABI and is aimed at health professionals working in the area of rehabilitation and disability.

Following this professional development event participants will be able to:

– Articulate the gendered nature of ABI

– Understand the specific and unique sexual concerns for women following ABI

– Have a framework for addressing sexuality with women

– Learn through case study and critical reflection

– Have an opportunity for discussion with specialists in the field of sexuality and disability

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About the presenters

Candice Care-Unger (She/Her) is a Social Worker and Psychosexual Therapist with more than 16 years experience in the rehabilitation, disability and injury sector. She currently works as the Royal Rehab Sexuality Services Team Leader.

Arlyn Owens (He/Him) is a CNC in Psychosexual Therapy. He has a Bachelor of Nursing and a master’s is sexual health and reproduction (Psychosexual Therapy). Prior to working at the Royal Rehab Sexuality Services Arlyn worked in Primary health, sexual health and critical care specialties. Whilst he was a nursing student, he was a personal support worker for people living with spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury.

Arlyn and Candice are both members of the Society of Australian Sexologists (SAS).

Event Details

Start Date/Time

Wednesday, 20 October 2021, 12:30 pm

End Date/Time

Wednesday, 20 October 2021, 1:30 pm