Expired The Black Woman and Sexuality: Cultural Humility in Practice

In this workshop, we look at the sexuality of Black women and the myths and archetypes that mislead and misrepresent them. We discuss how the United States’ historical, social, and political systems may have shaped and propagated misconception, misinformation, and misrepresentation of the sexuality and sexual expression of Black women in the sex therapy field. We explore the importance of lifelong learning, institutional accountability, and dismantling power structures when serving this community. Through liberation theory, critical race theory, and critical social theory, we discuss stigmatic barriers, myths, and covert/unseen biases that arise in clinical practice. We identify modalities, and techniques for effective practice. We list thought leaders and current educators in the field for clinical skill acquisition and lifelong learning. This is a workshop that encourages introspective and curious exploration of self.

Learning Objectives:

  • To list the 3 components of cultural humility
  • To identify 3 modalities and techniques for practice with Black women and sexuality
  • To discuss 3 theories that challenge the stigma that impact practice with Black women


Ruby Bouie Johnson LCSW, LCDC is a sex therapist in private practice in Plano, Texas. Ms. Johnson has presented, including keynote, at several national and international conferences. She has been interviewed on radio shows, blogs, podcasts, and magazines such as Playboy Magazine, Vice, Cosmopolitan, and Women’s Health on issues of race, gender, class, and diverse relationship dynamics. She is a former contributor for the Huffington Post and Guest Editor for Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships for a special edition on polyamory and other relationship constellations. Ms. Johnson serves on the Board of Directors for National Coalition for Sexual Freedom. Ms. Johnson participated on the task force committee that formulated the guidelines for clinical practice for Kink/BDSM and consensual non-monogamy for the American Psychological Association.

  • October 22, 2021
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Ruby Bouie Johnson LCSW, LCDC

3 CE Contact Hours

Location:   Online Event


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