Sexual trauma and sexual harassment are common underlying factors of sexual dysfunction and they both significantly impact a couple’s sexual intimacy. Approaching this delicate subject in a relational context is often overlooked. IFS and IFIO frameworks of treatment are highly effective.
Deciding when and what to diagnose is not an easy choice. Ethical diagnosis requires knowledge, training and familiarity with professional ethical codes, diagnostic criteria and presenting problems.
Female sexual problems affect a significant portion of women in therapy yet few clinicians are trained to pinpoint issues accurately. This course will provide you with up-to-date and scientifically substantiated information so you can feel more confident in diagnosing and helping women with this common dysfunction.
Do you want to feel more confident in diagnosing male sexual problems? This course discusses thorough assessment, accurate diagnosis, relational focus, and ethical treatment choices for therapists. Up-to-date nosology using DSM-V, ICD-11, AFUD and ICSM will be presented.
Live Ethics Credit! Learn from Dr. Barry McCarthy, a thought leader in the field of couple and sex therapy. This interactive, live course includes lecture, discussion, clinical vignettes and clinical applications. Sexuality guidelines and couples’ sexual styles will be explored and illustrated.
The wish to keep intimacy alive and pleasurable is often a prime focal point for couples seeking relationship therapy. This course is designed to better equip practitioners in assessing and treating a frequent presenting a problem in therapy offices: female sexual issues in committed relationships.
This course will focus on a clear and useful way for treating anxious episodes and overwhelming worries -even in the midst of the COVID-19 challenge. Scott Symington, PhD will present the Two-Screen Method, his novel, evidence-based Mindfulness approach.