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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join Licensed Clinical Social Workers De-Andrea Blaylock-Johnson and Brandy Cruesoe for an evening of fun as they lead a discussion on what "good girls" do (or don't do) in the bedroom. This event is the kick-off to De-Andrea's monthly workshop series that will focus on Sex for the Saints. Although this event is for women only, future events will be for both women and men. Space is limited, so register today!
Objectives for this workshop
- Discuss the ideas of good girl vs. bad girl
- Understand that sex is good and a wonderful gift from God
- Begin/continue the journey of feeling comfortable in their own sexuality
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De-Andrea Blaylock-Johnson is licensed in the State of Missouri as a Clincial Social Worker and has worked in the field of mental health since 2004. She is passionate about helping others achieve their goals and live as whole persons. De-Andrea firmly believes you must be the change you wish to see in this world and endeavors to positively impact her clients through her interactions with them. Currently, she is in the credentialing process to be certified as a sex therapist through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) and her clients include individuals and couples. She also conducts monthly workshops about sexuality and intimacy building.
Also facilitating is Brandy Cruesoe who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker as well. She has worked within the field of mental health since 2005 and her clinical experience has included working with children, youth, and families, as well as adult and adolescent survivors of sexual assault, sexual abuse, and domestic violence. Her passion and goal is to empower women and girls to embrace a healthy sense of self, as well as couples who struggle with intimacy. Brandy is also in the credentialing process to become certified as a Sex Therapist through AASECT.