Monday, September 22, 2008

CSULB Student Health Services & Health Resource Center presentations: Wednesday, October 8

CSULB Student Health Services & Health Resource Center presentations
by Heidi Burkey and Linda Pena
STIs and HIV, sex and communication; sex, alcohol and drugs; and sexual assault
Wednesday, October 8, 2008 at 12:00pm and 1:00pm

Heidi Burkey has been a health educator at the CSULB Student Health Services for the last 6 years. She is a State-certified HIV prevention test counselor and coordinates the HIV testing program at CSULB. Sexual health, including family planning, sexually transmitted infections and HIV, and partner communication are her areas of research specialty.

Linda Peña is an Educator at the Health Resource Center and the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Programs on campus. She is the editor of The Journal of the Health Resource Center and the Health Beat Newsletter, publications that serve college students and related professionals by providing further knowledge for possible diagnosis or treatment.
Also trained through U.C.L.A. as a Substance Abuse Counselor, she has worked off-campus in drug and alcohol rehab centers serving as counselor and director of aftercare programs. Currently, she is redefining and organizing the treatment policy for students who come to the Student Health Services with sexual assault issues.
As a certified Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor, she works directly with students who have been sexually assaulted, assisting them in taking positive action steps from victim to survivor. Also, as a Rape Aggression Defense Instructor with the University Police sponsored R.A.D. program and a Certified HIV Counselor through the State of California, Linda may interact with students who are seeking instruction and testing as a direct result of having been sexually assaulted.
As a health educator, Linda always seeks ways to promote positive sex through safer sex practices and verbal intercourse before sexual intercourse.


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