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Live Webinar: Program Development Group Coaching

Build your sex and intimacy program using the tools and guidance shared by Kathryn, among a fellow community of sex and intimacy OT enthusiasts.  We will learn together as we workshop, plan, implement, and evaluate our programs.  At the end of this course, you will have a project or product ready to implement and evaluation + a community cheering you on.  This course will meet over 6 sessions and cover the following topics. 


10/5 Class 1: Identifying and clearing barriers

10/19 Class 2: Guided Self-reflection and discussion of sexual values, beliefs, attitudes, bias

11/2 Class 3: Program Development: Workshopping ideas

11/16 Class 4: Program Development: Best practices for building programs 

11/30 Class 5: Program Evaluation

12/14 Class 6: Review of Engaging Stakeholders

8pm-9pm EST.  Can’t make a session? No worries, all sessions are recorded and added to the course membership page for you to watch at any time.


  • Kathryn Ellis, OTR/L, OTD

Contact Hours:

  • The Institute for Sex, Intimacy and Occupational Therapy is an AOTA Approved Provider for this course. This course is offered for .06 CEU/6 Contact Hour

Learning objectives:

  •  Identify three personal sexuality beliefs which could influence the therapeutic relationship with their occupational therapy clients
  • Translate information from the course into practice at their facility focusing on advocacy, education, and intervention for sex and intimacy occupations
  • Identify 3 ways to engage stakeholders who are necessary to your occupational therapy sexuality and intimacy program

Target Audience:

  • Occupational therapy students, professors, occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants 

Education Level:

  • Intermediate to advanced

Certificate of completion:

  • Participants MUST complete (1) be present for all sessions OR watch the recording of the class + complete a post-course assessment of learning, and (2) customer service survey at end of course in order to receive a certificate of completion. 
  • The post-course assessment of learning MUST be completed at 80% or above competency in order to advance to the final step – the customer service survey.

Please contact Kathryn at [email protected] with special needs or learning requests prior to purchasing.

Cancelation policy:

  • All sales are final, please shop mindfully

AOTA Classification Codes:

  • 1 – Domain of OT
  • 2 – Occupational Therapy Process

The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA or indicate AOTA approval of a certification or other professional recognition.

What People Are Saying:

"Thank you for all of your knowledge, guidance, and kind service. This course is/was so helpful and incredible not only in relation to content, but building connections across the country. You and this course were very flexible which helped me succeed despite my crazy schedule."

OTR/L - works with teens with IDD

I really valued the personal experience examples and the group discussions.

OT student transitioning to OTR - working in hand clinic

The design of the course was helpful in giving time to initiate aspects of the program development at work! Having two weeks between meetings gave me time to set up information to distribute to my colleagues and also gave plenty of time to flesh out ideas inspired during the course.

OTR/L acute rehab