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.
Beyond Sexual Trauma: Transforming Fear
It is well known that the immobilizing fear that follows trauma is a major reason both individuals and couples seek relationship counseling and sex therapy. Yet most health professionals lack the training and supervision to help clients re-energize and reconnect … Read More
Down Under: What Sex Therapists Should Know About the Pelvic Floor
Sexual therapists and educators recognize the importance of awareness and function of the pelvic floor in sexual enhancement, as well as the role pelvic floor dysfunction may play in sexual problems. Yet, without a clear understanding of pelvic floor anatomy, … Read More
Drugs, Substance Abuse, Medicine & Sexuality
Evaluation and Treatment of Female Sexual Function
Integrating Sexual Medicine in Sex Therapy The course covers three important areas of multi-dimensional assessment of female sexual functioning including theory, medical and therapeutic interventions, and holistic treatment and collaboration. Using the diagnostic criteria in the current edition of DSM … Read More
ISTI presents: Behavior, History, Ethics & Inclusivity – Jan 2019 – DC
Experience 3 days of expert training in mindfulness, sensate focus and integrative sex and couples therapy. Courses include case consultations as well as how to conduct a sex therapy evaluation.
Beyond Sexual Trauma: Effective Assessment, Treatment, and Recovery with Dr. Gina Ogden and Dr. Tammy Nelson (5 sessions)
It is well known that the aftermath of trauma is a number-one reason both individuals and couples seek relationship counseling and sex therapy. Yet most health professionals lack the training and supervision that enable them to help clients negotiate this … Read More