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Sex, Happiness, and Body image

This course is designed to help students identify connections between body image, sex, and happiness. Topics covered will include an overview of the research on body image and sexual satisfaction and address myths about body image, sex, and happiness. Students will have opportunities to learn about and practice interventions designed to improve body image, boost happiness, and increase sexual satisfaction.
*This on-demand content was originally presented live in 2021
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    • Intermediate Level
    • No Prerequisites Needed
      • ASSECT & APA Approved 
      • Accessible on Mobile

        What You’ll Learn in this Course

        Identify myths and facts about sex, body image, and happiness.
        Describe impact of body dissatisfaction on sex and happiness.
        Utilize specific techniques to address body image issues to improve sex and happiness.
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        What Our Students Say

        This presentation was helpful both personally and professionally! It was amazing! 10/10.
        Alejandra L. 
        Licensed Social Work Associate
        Great topic that impacts many clients, so this was very relevant. The presenter was very enthusiastic which was appreciated.
        Lori L.
        Licensed Clinical Psychologist
        Appreciated learning about techniques/tools to improve body image.
        Elizabeth S.
        Nurse Practitioner
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        —   About the Instructor

        Christina Moldovan, PhD

        Licensed Clinical Psychologist

        Dr. Christina Moldovan is a psychologist who earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on Health from Loma Linda University. Her primary areas of interest include positive psychology, food and weight issues, and mindfulness. Her master’s thesis was focused on Appearance-Related Commentary, Body Dissatisfaction, and Eating Disorders in different ethnic groups and her doctoral dissertation was focused on measuring happiness.
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