Integrative Couples Therapy Certification Course
4-day special event delving into the integration of sex and couples therapy with experts and guest speakers. Courses will include case study skill building, Imago, EFT, IFS. Certificate in Integrative Couples Therapy available with 2 hrs integrative group supervision.
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)
Just Relax! Understanding Sexual Pain & Anxiety
Painful sex and the inability to experience vaginal intercourse are complex concerns that many sex therapists, medical professionals, lay people and others who treat couples and individuals need to understand more about. Learn about the various causes, treatments, and alternatives … Read More
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
Research Methods and Theory for Couples and Sex Therapy
Essential course for AASECT certification on research methods and theory in the field of human sexuality.
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)
Sexual Repair: Three Ways to Heal and Grow Your Erotic Self
This three week recorded course explores ways to heal and bring excitement back to your erotic relationship.
The Nature of Libido: Attachment, Playfulness and Sexual Pleasure
Our sex drive is more resilient than we typically give it credit for. Despite the fact that it’s intertwined with attachment style from earliest childhood, affected by stress, trauma, commitment, monogamy, raising children, medication, and hormonal changes, much can be … Read More