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SSTAR meetings are devoted to understanding and treating sexual disorders within cultural context such as sexual dysfunctions, gender and sexual orientation challenges, and paraphilias.Take advantage of this remarkable opportunity to hear from top notch speakers and network with professionals in your field at the SSTAR 2020 Annual Meeting!!UIC will take prompt and fair action to eliminate such conduct, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects through interim protective measures and accommodations, equitable investigations, and disciplinary processes.
This Workshop teaches you the essential tantric practices that allow for transformational openings and shifts within yourself and your relationship(s).
All employees are considered to be “Responsible Employees” with the authority and responsibility to report Sexual Misconduct to University Officials.
Employees who are exempted from this reporting requirement are professional or pastoral counselors who provide work-related mental-health counseling, campus advocates who provide confidential victim assistance, and employees who are otherwise prohibited by law from disclosing information received in the course of providing professional care and treatment.
Learn how to Be Grounded in Your Manhood and Open in your Heart!
Here is what you will get from participating in this life-changing and inspiring workshop: Feeling strong and confident within and fully present to yourself Freed up from unsupported beliefs that keep you from getting what you want in love, sex and the rest of your life Mastering...Title IX states as follows: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.Unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex includes: (a) sexual harassment, (b) gender-based harassment, which is unwelcome conduct based on actual or perceived sex, or harassment based on gender identity or nonconformity with sex stereotypes, and/or (c) all forms of sexual violence including, but not limited to, sexual assault, sexual battery, sexual abuse, sexual coercion, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking (collectively referred to as “Sexual Misconduct”).Sexual misconduct is the term used in this policy to encompass unwanted or unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that is committed without valid consent.