Join us for a Sexceptional Lecture with Dr. Mitch Tepper!
Expert Sex Educator, International Lecturer, Film Maker and Thought Leader: Dr. Mitch Tepper brings more than a wheel chair to the stage. Join us as we dive deep into the world of disability to explore what most people miss and what you need to know about this vast population.
People who live with disabilities can include those with any kind of pain, illness, or chronic conditions like chronic fatigue, back pain, asthma, spinal cord injury, hearing and visual impairment, multiple sclerosis and more. Join us as we explore and learn all about sex and disability.
Disability is a universal human experience. In the United States alone, there are 56.7 million people with disabilities and they are as interested in sex as anyone else. However, their sexuality and sexual needs are often ignored. Are you prepared to serve them? Learn how to predict the likely sexual challenges for virtually any type of disability and how you can make a difference.
• Who are people with disabilities?
• How can you impact their sexual esteem?
• What can you learn about sexuality from them?
• How can you promote their sexual health?
Mitchell Tepper, PhD, MPH, author of Regain that Feeling: Secrets to Sexual Self-Discovery, brings a lifetime of first-hand experience with chronic conditions and disability to his work as a Sexologist. He is an internationally renowned expert in the field of sexuality and disability and leading advocate for the provision of comprehensive sexual health care. He has taught at the School of Medicine at Yale University and at Morehouse School of Medicine. In addition he has provided continuing education and training to thousands of health care professionals based on his curriculum, Providing Comprehensive Sexual Health Care for People with Spinal Cord Injuries: Continuing Education for Health Care Professionals. Dr. Tepper is AASECT Certified as a Sexuality Educator, Educator Supervisor, and Sexuality Counselor, and is a licensed PAIRS Instructor. He is currently working on a documentary, Love After War: Supporting Intimate Relationships for Injured Veterans and Their Families.
His academic credentials include a Master of Public Health from Yale University, and a PhD in Human Sexuality Education from the University of Pennsylvania where his research focused on pleasure and orgasm in people with SCI.
Dr. Tepper is called on regularly by the media and has been featured on CNN, Discovery, PBS and in popular press, including The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, GQ, AARP, and HuffPost Live.