Annual Conference Special Events!

In addition to the educational program we have in store, a series of special events are scheduled to help make your time in Las Vegas as engaging as possible.   Students’ and First Timers’ Meet & Greet Thursday, June 15, 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm Students and first time attendees are encouraged to join us for a meet and greet to kick off the conference!   Meet & Greet for Attendees Seeking AASECT Certification Supervisors Thursday, June 15, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Download the Conference Mobile App!

Download the Conference Mobile App today and check out all of the great educational sessions, special events and networking opportunities avialable at this year's Annual Conference!  Access your personalized agenda, network with colleagues, connect with exhibitors & sponsors, receive important alerts and provide event feedback! Available on iOS, Android, BlackBerry & Windows

Annual Conference Plenary Spotlight

Join us at the 2017 AASECT Annual Conference in Las Vegas for these exciting plenary sessions!  Engaging Diversity Opening Plenary Optimizing Sexual Health Care for Refugee Women: Special Focus on Sexual and Gender-based Violence & Female Genital Cutting Crista Johnson-Agbakwu, MD, MSc, FACOG

Conference Bookstore

Promote your work to industry peers! Back by popular demand at the 49th Annual Conference is the AASECT Conference Bookstore! 

Easy Marriage - New Member Book!

Bruce Friedin, Ph.D. announces his new book Easy Marriage, now available on in paperback and Kindle formats. Dr. Friedin is a Long Island psychologist who has had a specialized private practice in marriage and sexuality for over 30 years. 

Becoming Cliterate—Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get It - New Member Book!

Member Laurie Mintz, Ph.D., has published her second book: Becoming Cliterate—Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get It (HarperOne, an imprint of Harper Collins, 2017).  The book is a combination of cultural analysis and prescriptive self-help aimed at closing the orgasm gap and empowering young adult women to orgasm. Steeped in academic theory and psychological science, it’s written in a fun, accessible format for a lay audience.

March New Members!

Welcome to our newest AASECT Members!   Suzanne Dunn Lisa Watts Brandie Chandler Robert Kissling Ronald Pellicer Brittany Bishop Caroline Bettinger-Lopez Rachel Ferguson Rebecca Chalker Karliese Greiner-Laurie Eileen Kelly Danica Mitchell Chalet Dewey-Flint Ashley Szyszkowski Jaimie Hileman Sasha Scott Lyndi Johnston William Wigton Hannah Regan Janet Lilly Sandhya Chandrasekharan Jeremy Lehmann Cassandra Adams

From the President's Desk - February 2017

As February comes to a close, we are just a few short months away from our Annual Conference, where we will honor our 50 year history as an organization. Rooms are booking up quickly so please reserve space soon!   Many of us feel that our nation remains in challenging times – particularly when news hits that affects the sexual, gender, and reproductive rights that so many in our professional field hold dear and that affect our students and clients. And yet I am proud of the very good work that AASECT and its members continue to do in these and related areas.  

AASECT Annual Conference Program Information

AASECT will host our 49th Annual Conference June 15 – 18, 2017 at the Green Valley Ranch Resort, Spa & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. At this year’s conference we will celebrate AASECT’s 50th Anniversary. This year’s conference theme, Honoring Our Past, Celebrating the Present and Envisioning Our Future, seeks to reflect on and honor the roots of our organization’s family tree, while also nurturing our collective and continued development. For the full conference theme, please click here.

Outreach Steering Committee Spotlight

As we move through 2017, the Outreach Steering Committee is setting its sights on the upcoming annual conference. In anticipation of this wonderful networking event, the various committees I oversee as the Chair of Outreach are hard at work with implementing some new changes and increasing visibility of current initiatives.   Here is a snapshot of some of that work: