On Friday, November 1, Dr. Doug Rosenau will present, “The Colors of Intimacy: A Model for Enriching and Restoring Marital Lovemaking,” for Richmont’s alumni reunion and workshop. The event will be held in the Great Hall at Mt. Paran Church of God which is across the street from Richmont’s Atlanta campus. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. with a Hors d’oeuvres reception and will end at 9:00 p.m. Participants will be eligible to receive three hours of continuing education credit.
Presenter: Dr. Douglas Rosenau, Th.M., Ed.D.
Doug Rosenau, Th.M., Ed.D., has as his passion and calling: “cultivating a sexually healthy church.” Over the past 35 years as a psychologist, pastor, LMFT and sex therapist, he has listened to over 50,000 hours of stories. Doug enjoys using this practical wisdom in writing (authoring A Celebration of Sex, co-authoring A Celebration of Sex After 50 and Soul Virgins: Redefining Single Sexuality), teaching (adjunct professor at Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta, Dallas Theological Seminary, Reformed Seminary-Jackson, Trevecca Graduate University), and mentoring (co-founder of Sexual Wholeness—the only uniquely Christian graduate training in sex therapy). He loves to be known as a sexual theologian and evangelist.
Workshop Information: “The Colors of Intimacy: A Model for Enriching and Restoring Marital Lovemaking”
This workshop will provide a model for counselors and educators to use for enhancing and restoring healthy sexual intimacy in marriage. Learning to truly make love differs greatly from just having sex. Three interactive types of intimacy will be developed using color-coding (green, purple, orange). Each color in and of itself is crucial to falling deeper in love and creating an exciting sex life. One category focuses on companionship and connecting Green intimacy; one emphasizes romantic, sensuous, bonding Purple intimacy, and another highlights erotic, arousing Orange intimacy. These three categories form an intimate interactive continuum that help couples fall deeper in love and renew their sexual intimacy. This model can be an effective teaching tool for guiding Covenant Lovers into more playful and passionate lovemaking. Therapists who have used “The Colors” find it easy to explain in session and clients apply it readily to their marriages.
This workshop is designed to help you:
- Identify three categories of intimacy using the “Colors” model.
- Demonstrate the interactive nature of the three categories of intimacy in creating Total Intimacy and healthy sexuality within marriage.
- Discuss the “Colors” model as an effective intervention for restoring sexual intimacy in traumatized marriages.
Fees & Registration:
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- Richmont Graduate University Founding Alumni Association Members, Clinical Supervisors, Faculty, and Staff receive FREE admission.
- Basic Alumni Association Members: $20.00
- RGU Students: $5.00
- Non-members/Friends of Alumni: $50.00
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Three NBCC-approved clock hours awarded. Three approved clock hours for psychologists awarded. Seeking approval for Three GAMFT-approved core hours.
Richmont Graduate University is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-Approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. Richmont Graduate University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Richmont maintains responsibility for this program and its content.