Dealing With Commitment

The Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum is pleased to
welcome back Dr. Theresa Crenshaw for the second
speech in her dating series. If you attended her first
presentation, "Dating and Mating," you know not to
miss this follow-up, "Dealing With Commitment."

Dr. Crenshaw graduated from Stanford University
and the University of California at Irvine medical
school. She then continued her specialty training at the
Masters and Johnson Institute in St. Louis, Missouri.
She founded the Crenshaw Clinic, one of the largest sex
therapy clinics in the nation, in 1975. She was president
of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), as well as founder of
the AASECT AIDS Task Force. In July of 1987 President
Reagan appointed her to his presidential commission on
the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

Dr. Crenshaw is president and founder of the Ehrenborg Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to
the prevention of HIV infection. She has worked at the
national and grassroots levels to educate the public
about AIDS. Often she works through the media to
reach the public, including appearances on the Phil
Donahue show and "Good Morning America," as well
as articles in the Saturday Evening Post. The two AIDS
Awareness Day programs she developed won Golden
Mike Awards and an International Gold Medal in New
York. Her most recent book, Bedside Manners: Your Guide
to Better Sex
(1983), was a Book-of-the-Month-Club selection
and an international best-seller. Join us for another
enlightening evening by returning the enclosed reservation form. Dinner will begin at 6:00 and remarks will
commence at 7:00.