Range of sexual functioning and behavior, from optimal to problematic including, but not limited to, common issues such as: desire discrepancy, lack of desire, difficulty achieving or maintaining arousal, sexual pain, penetration problems and difficulty with orgasm.
A Beginner’s Guide to Sharing Fantasies: How to Talk Dirty in Bed
Learn how to turn up the heat in your sex life and get it just right. Talking dirty can be hot and it can connect you in bed, but sharing fantasies can be new territory. This course gives you techniques to start that sexy conversation and get beyond the basics in your love life.
A Strength Based Approach to Treating Out of Control Sexual Behavior (OCSB)
This workshop provides clinicians with a strength-based approach to treat problematic and out of control sexual behavior (OCSB). Dr. Neil Cannon developed this treatment model as an alternative to using 12-Steps to treat the “sex addiction” disease model. This is … Read More
Advanced Supervision Skills (Social Workers, Maryland)
Join Gail Guttman for the essential 4-hour course for social workers on the necessary requirements and practices of supervising social workers. This course is designed to meet the standards announced for Social Workers in Maryland.
Advances in Couples Therapy
Advances in Couples Therapy: Treating the Untreatable – Sexual Desire, Infidelity, & Divorce Join two world-renowned sexuality and relationship experts for another exciting and rewarding course exploring clinical perspectives and interventions for the really tough situations of couples struggling with desire, affairs, and … Read More
Affairs & Forgiveness
After an affair, most couples struggle with issues around rebuilding trust, earning forgiveness, and moving toward a shared future. As a therapist, it’s easy to feel ineffective or lost in the treatment. Common dilemmas in affair recovery often surface around … Read More
After the Affair: Reinventing Your Sexual Relationship
Dr. Spring and Dr. Nelson teach a model focused on healing, and creating and reinventing an erotic connection after the hurt and betrayal of infidelity. After an affair, partners may struggle to come together sexually, to find trust and safety and … Read More
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
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
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)
Challenging Clients in Sex Therapy
A practice-oriented teleseminar to address clients who challenge us — and clients who need to be challenged. Download the teleclass and listen at your convenience. Taught by: Dr. Tammy Nelson and Dr. Gina Ogden Designed For: Therapists, counselors, healers, and anyone else interested … Read More
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)