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#SSSS2022 Continuing Education

SSSS CE Statement
Certificate of Attendance Process
Reporting of Hours
Approval by Professional Organizations

Sponsoring CE Sessions allows conference registrants the opportunity to advance their knowledge and to communicate what they learned to broaden their clinical, academic, consultative, and research knowledge as a professional. If registered for CE, attendees can report the CE hours earned to their professional organization, employer, etc.

It is the professional's responsibility to determine the acceptability of these programs for specific licensure or certification needs.  


SSSS does not condone, recommend, or support any products mentioned in any CE session.


SSSS maintains responsibility for the SSSS Annual Conference Program.

A CE Certificate of Attendance will be emailed to each participant, if all requirements are met, following the completion of the Annual Conference. To receive a CE Certificate of Attendance, a participant is required to:


  • Pre-Register - $30 (SSSS Member); $50 (Non-Member)
  • Check in and check out of the CE Session.


Please complete the CE evaluation after you check in/out of a session (electronically). At the end of each day, SSSS will be collecting the CE information, so please make sure the evaluation is completed at the end of each session. 


An attendee does not have to attend every CE Session. You receive credit for the sessions you attend, as long as all CE requirements are completed. (See requirements above.) Click on each link below, to view the title, presenter, abstract, and learning objectives for that CE session.

SSSS will report CE hours to NCHEC – CHES®/MCHES® (per their requirement). Other than NCHEC – CHES®/MCHES®, it is the responsibility of the attendee to forward their CE Certificate to their professional organization, employer, state license agency, etc.


It is the participant’s responsibility to keep their CE Certificate for future use. 

AASECT: This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 20 CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification. Completion of this program does not ensure or guarantee AASECT certification. For further information, please contact info@aasect.org. Provider # 11-115-E


APA: The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality maintains responsibility for this program and its content.


NCHEC – CHES®/MCHES®: Sponsored by The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. This program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES®) and or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES®) to receive up to 12 hours Category 1 contact education contact hours. Organization ID #100963 Event ID PM100963_11032022

General Instructions

1.  You must register for CE Credit Hours to receive credit. 

US$ 30 SSSS Member Continuing Education Credits

US$ 50 Non-Member Continuing Education Credits
See the FAQs on the 
2022 Annual Conference site for the refund policy.


2.  Please bookmark/save this page. You will need to return often.

3. CE Evaluations should only be completed by those who registered for CE. 

4. All CE evaluations will be available on the conference web/mobile app via the "CE Evaluation" link in each session description. 

5. Your CE credit hours will be awarded via emailed certificate after the attendance procedures are reviewed by the SSSS office.


*CECH = Continuing Education Credit Hours

All sessions are intended for psychologists. Sessions are at an intermediate to advanced instructional level.

Click Here for CE Grievance Procedure

ALL TIMES LISTED ARE IN PACIFIC TIME.


Thursday, November 3rd
Friday, November 4th
Saturday, November 5th
Sunday, November 6th


CE1
Pavilion Ballroom
Plenary
5:15PMBeing in Good Relations: Knowledge Mobilization & Reconcilia(c)tion in Two-Spirit Health Research
Harlan Pruden (nēhiyo/First Nations Cree) & Lupin Battersby, PhD
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CE2
Pavilion Ballroom
Plenary 
9:00AM Applying a Gender Equity Continuum Model to Transform Sexual and Reproductive Health Services, Programs, and Policies
Arjee Restar, PhD, MPH
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CE 3
Junior A
CE Workshop
10:30AM Beyond Inclusive: Skills For Gender-Expansive Teaching
Sarah Gavac, PhD; Janet Hyde, PhD
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CE 4
Junior C
Symposium
10:30AM Contributing Nuance In The Study And Practice Of Sexology: Population, Education/Outreach, And Perspective
Ashley R. Townes, MPH, PhD; Brittanni N. Wright, MDiv, MPH; Mark A. Levand, PhD; Justin A. Sitron, PhD; James E. Brooks, PhD
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CE 5
Junior D
Symposium
10:30AM Adapting Motivational Interviewing (MI) For Use With Couples And Individuals In Relationships:
Examining Processes And Mechanisms That Leverage Relational Motivation For Change

Demetria Cain, PHD, MPH; Tyrel J. Starks, PhD; J.L. Stewart, PhD
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CE 6
Junior A
CE Workshop
1:00PM CNM-Affirming Mental Health Care: Considerations For Practice And Training
Cara Herbitter, PhD, MPH; Ellora Vilkin, MA; Alexander Tatum, PhD, CST; Michelle Vaughan, PhD
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CE 7
Junior C
Symposium
1:00PM Revising the Sexual Experiences Survey: Innovations in the Measurement of Sexual Victimization and Perpetration
Mary P. Koss, PhD; Zoe D. Peterson, PhD; Sasha N. Canan, PhD; Martie Thompson, PhD
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CE 8
Junior A
CE Workshop
3:30PM Resilience And Hope: LGBTQ+ Emerging Adults And The Impact Of COVID-19
Daniel Alonzo, PsyD; Deborah Buttitta, PsyD
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CE 9
Junior C
Symposium
3:30PM Black Women’s Sexuality: Six Practical Steps For Designing A Resilience-Based Sexuality Curriculum
Ashley Townes, PhD, MPH; Regina Davis Moss, PhD, MPH; Davondra Brown, MEd
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CE10
Pavilion Ballroom
Plenary
4:45PM  More Pleasure, More Joy: Evolving toward Greater Sexual Health & Reproductive Freedom
Madeline Sutton, MD, MPH 
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 CE 12
Pavilion Ballroom
Plenary
 9:00AM Trans+ Research: From Obscurity to Everywhere
Aaron Devor, PhD
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CE 13
Junior A
CE Workshop
11:00AM Erotic Adventures At Play: Injuries, Risks And Prevention In Kink Behaviors
Anna Randall, MSW, MPH; Richard Sprott, PhD
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CE 14
Junior C
Symposium
11:00AM Charting the Future of Implementation Science for eHealth HIV Prevention among Young Men
Who Have Sex with Men with Hybrid Effectiveness–Implementation Trials

Dennis H. Li, PhD, MPH; Michael Newcomb, PhD; Kathryn Macapagal, PhD; Brandon Hill, PhD
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CE 15
Junior D
Symposium
11:00AM Sexual Violence & Sexual Communication: Examining Risk Factors For Violence With Diverse Samples
Tiffany L. Marcantonio, PhD; Mary Hunt, PhD; Sara Chadwick, PhD; Jacqueline Woerner, PhD
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CE 16
Junior A
CE Workshop
2:45PM Respectfully Researching With Marginalized People: Collaboration & Healing Harm
Carlos E. Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD, MPHE, MCHES; Tracie Q. Gilbert, PhD; James E. Brooks, PhD; Fredrick Zal, MA, CSE
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CE 17
Junior C
Symposium
2:45PM Consensual Non-monogamy and Clinical Implications: Understanding Engagement, Emotions, and Affirming Practices
Amy C. Moors, PhD; Justin J. Lehmiller, PhD; Sharon M. Flicker, PhD; Heath A. Schechinger, PhD
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CE 18
Junior D
Symposium
2:45PM From Bump to Baby: Couples’ Sexual Well-being during the Transition to Parenthood
Samantha J. Dawson, PhD; Kirstin Clephane, B.S.; Eric Phillips M.A.; Frannie Calkins, M.A.; Rebecca Brock, PhD.; Tierney Lorenz, PhD;
Inês M. Tavares, PhD; Natalie O. Rosen, PhD; Julia Heiman, PhD; Pedro J. Nobre, PhD.
Erin T. Fitzpatrick, BSc; Catherine de Pierrepont, PhD; Audrey Brassard, PhD; Katherine Péloquin, PhD
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CE 19
Junior D
CE Workshop
4:00PM Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Putting Anti-Oppressive Principles into Practice
Yael R. Rosenstock Gonzalez, MA; Melissa P. Lemons, PhD; Dasha Carver M.A; Justin A. Sitron, PhD; Karen John, PhD; James E. Brooks, PhD
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CE20
Pavilion Ballroom
Plenary
9:00AMCommunity-based Research in Underserved Populations: Kink and Consensual Non-monogamy (CNM)
Susan Wright, MA
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