Socio-cultural, familial factors (e.g., ethnicity, culture, religion, spirituality, socioeconomic status, family values) in relation to sexual values and behaviors.
Anatomy of Sexual Health: Pelvic Floor Pain and Treatment
Why is it necessary to train in the anatomy of sexual health? In this Webinar, three experts in the field of sexual pain will address the problems, interventions and health concerns of pelvic floor dysfunction. We will review skill sets, … Read More
Deborah Fox unlocks the starting point and interventions for couples experiencing low sex or no sex marriages. This course gives you ways to explore deeper emotional factors which may be contributing to an impasse. Recorded lecture at the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute. 2 CEs (asynchronous)
Cognitive Behavioral Couples Sex Therapy (CST)
Barry McCarthy uses the four-session assessment model of Cognitive-Behavioral couples sex therapy to address sexual dysfunction and dissatisfaction in couples and individuals. Recorded lecture at the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute. 6.5 CEs (asynchronous)
Integrative Alternative Therapy & Contemporary Sexuality: What’s Next?
Tammy Nelson, Ph.D. presents unique alternative therapy techniques and interventions based on grounded research. Recorded lecture at the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute. 2.5 CE credits (asynchronous)
Low Desire Couples: Creating Sexual Desire in Relationships
This course focuses on treating couples who suffer from or report low desire, lack of sexual arousal, sexless marriage or have little or no interest in sex within their partnership. These couples may find that masturbation, pornography or affairs fill their … Read More
The New Monogamy: Finding Poly
5 session eLearn experience examines the concept of a “new monogamy”, the expectation of monogamy as the foundation or the reason for marriage, research on non-monogamy relationship models, polyamory and the whole family, and the real life implications of multiple partners.