The Sex Expert webinar series
April 13, 2019, 12 noon (PT)
Interactive webinar with Christian Anderson, Professional Surrogate on Slow Sex
Sexual Energy: Our Life Force – Integrating Shamanism and Science
by Dr. Jacob Berry
Friday, March 16, 2019
The Sex Expert webinar series
March 9, 2019, 12pm (PST)
Interactive webinar with Virgil Casey, LMFT, SATP, on Life After Lust: Self-Connection Skills for Long-term Recovery
Penile Enhancement and the Introduction of a New, Innovative Procedure: Myths, Facts, and the Role of Licensed Therapists
by Dr. Kyle Moss
Friday, January 18, 2019
“Let’s Talk About Sex: Issues of Desire and Dysfunction in Clinical Practice” with Miriam Rose, Ph.D., LMFT and Kari Summers CAMFT
October 17, 2018
11:30am – 1:30pm
The topic of sex can be a “dirty little secret” in couple therapy especially when therapists don’t bring it up. This presentation will focus on how when and how to broach the topic of sex to assist couples in reducing shame about the conversation and in having more explicit discussions about their sexual concerns and desires. Issues such as how to approach low sexual desire or sexual dysfunction, whether sexual fantasies have a place in relationships, and how to get couples talking about what they like sexually are examples of the kind of discussion that will take place.
Participants will understand the definition of sexuality according to the World Association of Sexual Health and consider that couple sexuality is informed by the broader culture and the culture of their youth. Finally, we’ll examine how personal values assist in the construction of a positive sexuality.
Increase therapist comfort (hard to measure comfort) in talking about sex and sexuality in the therapeutic setting by recognizing how to elicit the presenting sexual problem , as evidenced by knowledge of 2 appropriate clinical interventions
Describe three components of sexual health including the ability to talk about sex and sexuality; identify cultural concerns; understand consent; discuss masturbation and fantasy.
Assist clients in identifying? 2-3 individual and shared values as it applies to partner-relational sex.
Sex Addiction Treatment Training Program
Saturdays, Oct. 6, 20, 27, Nov. 3, 17, and Dec. 8
BBS and APA Credit Available: 18 CE’s
Define the concept of sex addiction
Describe the etiology of sex addiction
Identify the neuropsychobiological processes and attachment styles related to sex addiction
Discuss assessment and diagnosis of sex addiction and co-occurring disorders
Illustrate strategies for implementing effective treatment plans and protocols for sex addiction
Identify common errors to avoid when treating sex addiction
Explain disclosure preparation for the recovering sex addict and partner
Review effective strategies for couples in recovery
Describe strategies to help partners and sex addicts reinstate healthy sexuality
Six Class Course:
$725 for Licensed Professionals (18 CEs for MFTs, LCSWs, PhDs, PsyDs, LPCCs and LEPs)
$575 for Unlicensed Professionals
PROVIDER #: 107699
Center for Healthy Sex is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Center for Healthy Sex maintains responsibility for this program and its content. There is no known commercial support for this program. Course meets the qualifications for 18 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Certificates will be awarded via email upon completion of the course. Deposits are not refundable. If you need to cancel, payments can be applied to future trainings.