Half-day workshops for young women



 Questions? Contact Robin


Email: Robin (at) DrRobinRosenberg (dot) com


For dates/registration information:

in San Francisco


in Menlo Park


Question: How do I know whether this workshop is right for me?

Answer: This workshop is for females heading off to college in the fall and for those who are 18 to 25 years old. It’s right for you if you are interesting in learning to get a better sense what you want with your sexual self, when and why you want to say “yes” and “no” to various sexual activities, and practice in saying “yes” and “no” in your voice. Much of the workshop is discussion based, and you will not be asked to disclose any specifics about your own sexual activities. Rather the workshop focuses on topics such as why (and why not) you engaged in given sexual activities, what you want out of sexual activity, and what factors might make it hard for you to say “no” or “yes”—in other words, to be clear about what you want.  

Question: What is the time commitment for this workshop?

Answer: It is a one-time, 3-hour workshop. There is a 10-minute break in the middle. Feel free to bring a snack and a drink if you like.

Question: Can I bring a friend?

Answer: Because space is limited, it is best to have your friend register online; if the workshop is full, your friend can register for the workshop on a different date.

About Me

Robin S. Rosenberg, a clinical psychologist, has worked with women on issues related to body image and sexuality for many years. In addition, she writes college-level psychology textbooks and has taught psychology classes at Lesley University and Harvard University. She also writes for a general audience. For more information go to www.DrRobinRosenberg.com.

Robin S. Rosenberg, Ph.D., ABPP
Clinical Psychologist

Mailing address: 
800 Menlo Avenue; Suite 121
Menlo Park, CA 94025

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Note: The information provided on this website is not intended to replace professional consultation and mental health services, nor does it imply a professional relationship between Dr. Robin Rosenberg and the reader.