Health/medical factors that may influence sexuality including, but not limited to, illness, disability, drugs, mental health, conception, pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy termination, contraception, fertility, HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infection, other infections, sexual trauma, injury and safer sex practices.
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)
Introduction to Surrogate Partner Therapy
Brian Gibney examines the use of surrogate partner therapy (SPT) as a supplemental treatment for patients experiencing severe challenges to physical and/or emotional intimacy. Recorded lecture at the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute. 3.5 CEs (asynchronous)
Sexual Potential Across the Lifespan
Dr. Nan Wise, neuroscientist and sex therapist, expands the idea of sexual potential to include erotic enlivenment. She delves into the science, the theory, and then works with practical tools you can apply in your own work. Recorded lecture at the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute. 6 CEs (asynchronous)