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Speaking Engagements and Seminars

March 03, 2017

All Day Workshop

Black Relationships, Sexuality, and Family: Clinical Considerations

This workshop explores how historical, social, political, economic, gender, and racial constructs have informed the interpersonal relationships of the black communities. It’s important for the culturally humble practitioner to understand that the most effective clinical approaches and modalities offer the best opportunity to achieve the desired outcomes. This workshop is ideal for the student, advocate, therapist, counselor, educator, and other helping professional. The facilitator discusses establishing cultural assessment, cultural and linguistic humility, ethical practice, theoretical approaches and techniques, techniques in office and outside office for clients, and more. 
Active participatory and experiential learning process.

March 30, 2017


DFW Behavioral Health Symposium

Trauma Informed Practice: Considering Inter-generational Trauma with Black Americans

March 31, 2017

Speaking Workshops

Kinky Kollege

This event will take place at a beautiful hotel & convention center just 5 minutes from O’Hare International Airport and a short ride from Downtown Chicago. The Nation’s top Alternative Lifestyle Educators will be at Kinky Kollege offering classes on everything you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask. The curriculum promises to be orgasmic. Earn credits toward your Masters (or Master’s) degree with accredited classes designed for students at every level of experience, ranging from beginners to the extreme edge player. There will be 45+ classes, spanning all three days of the event, providing for an intense educational opportunity. Some classes will have hands on lab time and opportunity for professional coaching. The evenings will have huge dungeon parties with 60+ pieces of equipment. All held in an environment where you can dress and live your kink, fetish, lifestyle or even undress as much as you wish

May 05, 2017


Contemporary Relationships 2017

The  Annual Contemporary Relationships Conference is a unique national event that integrates cutting edge science and practical experience to explore dating, relationships, and parenting within the LGBTQ community. Research shows that we are wired for connection, but most relationship enhancement resources use heteronormative assumptions and perspectives. Instead, the Contemporary Relationships Conference explores the intersectionality of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, and other factors to offer simple yet powerful insights into how great LGBTQ relationships work,

June 16, 2017

Panel Presentation

American Association of Sexologists, Educators, Counselors, and Therapist

July 14, 2017

3rd Annual Symposium

June 14, 2017

Consent, Negotiation, Coercion

University of Texas at Dallas

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August 05, 2017

Coercion, Negotiation, and Coercion

NCSF Presents Consent Workshop

..Facilitate workshop for attendees of the regional burn, Myscheivia. 

August 20, 2017

Coercion, Negotiation, and Coercion

Myscheivia Townhall Meeting: Consent Workshop

..Facilitate workshop for attendees of the regional burn, Myscheivia. 

September 30, 2017

Portland, Oregon

Intersections of Race and Sexuality: A Workshop for Professionals

How do we create space for different people to find professional support and feedback around creating connectivity, pleasure and sexual expression in a culturally sensitive and informed way? Supporting sexual expression and autonomy within the black community presents unique challenges, particularly given the too easily forgotten history of stigma and oppression. A sex therapist, sexologist, educator, body worker, or other professional must consider the interplay of race and sexual orientation, types of expression, and sexual health in order to create optimal outcomes. This workshop offers knowledge and skills to help identify considerations specific to the sexual health of the black american community. Ruby Bouie Johnson LCSW LCDC, a black sex therapist based in Plano, Texas, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as an advocate and practitioner within this community.

September 10, 2017

Upcoming Podcast

Cunning Minx

September 13, 2017

Angelique Luna

Living a Sex Positive Life

October 01, 2017

Upcoming Podcast



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