This teleseminar explores how to address the choices and challenges that arise in couples therapy while helping a couple heal from infidelity. Download the teleseminar and listen at your convenience. Taught by: Dr. Tammy Nelson and Esther Perel Designed for: Therapists, … Read More
Working with couples who have experienced infidelity can be the most challenging form of therapy. Learn direct ways to bring partners into new and deeper levels of commitment and increased sexual and emotional connection after deep experiences of betrayal and … Read More
This teleseminar will explore five specific clinical dilemmas in couples counseling concerning intimacy, sexuality, and infidelity, as well as some specific interventions that can be used. Download the teleclass and listen at your convenience. Taught by: Esther Perel, LMFT and Dr. Tammy … Read More
Presented by: Dr. Tammy Nelson & Dr. Gina Ogden Download the teleseminar and listen at your convenience. Designed for: Therapists, counselors, mental health practitioners seeking to develop their knowledge of the field of human sexuality. Course includes: A five-part recorded teleclass, … Read More
Follow the path through erotic recovery to a new monogamy through a new vision to a new relationship. Are you struggling to navigate your own relationship? Or do you watch your clients struggle to stay together and stay monogamous, remain passionate or even try to recover from affairs? This course will help. The new monogamy is a fresh look at relationships with a view at our history, what works now and what isn’t helping.
This teleclass discusses ways that couples and individuals can use the newest research in love and desire to create a passionate connection in a relationship. There are studies that show that couples who have a satisfying sex life have lower … Read More
Sexual Dilemmas in Couples Therapy Three part teleseminar by Dr. Tammy Nelson & Dr. Marty Klein Originally aired on January 10, 17, 24, 2013 3 CE credits for AASECT and for California MFTs and LCSWs Download the teleclass and listen … Read More
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