I hope readers will consider joining us Wednesday for this free 1 CE workshop, part of an ongoing “Sexual Health Series” sponsored by Hazelden in Springbook, a part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Sex-Positive World.While work that involves human sexuality can be challenging to navigate, being part of a supportive community of professionals removes.. read more →

Buster Ross is the Director of Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s LGBTQ-Integrative Program, available in both inpatient and outpatient drug-and-alcohol treatment settings in Beaverton and Newberg, OR. How did you learn how to be a family? Maybe you learned from your own family, in whatever shape that took. I was fortunate enough to learn from my.. read more →

GoLocalPDX is currently running a piece I’ve written titled “Why Oregon Needs to End Reparative Therapy for Homosexuality”. Over the last few months I’ve been contributing to Queer Voices on a variety of topics related to the ongoing Sexual Health Series presented by a group of local organizations that happens on the last Wednesday of.. read more →

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Q Center, and Sex-Positive World present the Sexual Health Series. Co-sponsored by Basic Rights Oregon I’ve had the pleasure of attending some of Charlie Glickman’s workshops in the past, as well as just regularly encountering his presence and work in the field sexuality. Whether he is lecturing on Gender is a.. read more →