Sex Therapy and Sexuality Counseling in the Context of an Integrated Sexual Medicine Practice (2 CE Hours)

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Sex Therapy and Sexuality Counseling in the Context of an Integrated Sexual Medicine Practice (2 CE Hours)

Thursday December 21, 10am – 12pm EST

Presented By: Dr. Richard M. Siegel

Live via webinar AND IN PERSON at Calm Pittsburgh (Lawrenceville location)

AASECT Category:

Sex Therapy E. Peer to peer professionalism including principles of consultation, collaboration, and referral

Street parking and parking lot across from office.

Also, please join us after for open house from 4-5pm where MSTI co-founder Ricky Siegel will talk about MSTI’s certification programs, Dana Kirkpatrick will share about the International Board of Sexuality Professionals (IBOSP) and a former Ph.D. Student will share her experiences about the program!

Also on this day

Sexuality and Cancer:  Addressing the male experience with and around cancer (2 CE Hours)

Thursday December 21, 2023 1:30 – 3:30pm EST

 

Also this day from 1:30 – 3:30pm EST

Sexuality and Cancer:  Addressing the male experience with and around cancer (2 CE Hours)

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Attend one topic or both!

Live via webinar AND IN PERSON at Calm Pittsburgh (Lawrenceville location)

 

Address: 3495 Butler Street, 3rd Floor

Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Street parking and parking lot across from office. Also, please join us after for open house from 4-5pm where MSTI co-founder Ricky Siegel will talk about MSTI’s certification programs, Dana Kirkpatrick will share about the International Board of Sexuality Professionals (IBOSP) and a former Ph.D. Student will share her experiences about the program!


Description:

This broad-stroke overview of clinical sexology and sex therapy will define scope of practice via the PLISSIT Model (Annon, 1976) of Permission-Giving, Limited Information, Specific Suggestions and Intensive Therapy.  This will help medical and counseling professionals increase comfort in assessing a patient’s sexual status with an eye toward differentiating between physiological/medical and psychological/relational contributors to sexual complaints, disorders and dysfunctions, which are almost always multi-factorial. A brief outline of the Sexual Dysfunction and Disorders section of the DSM-5 will be presented, distinguishing those conditions related to phase-specific problems in sexual response (desire, arousal, orgasm, etc.) and those related to paraphilias (“fetishes” or “kink”) or gender identity. Some sample case presentations will demonstrate how much diagnostic material can be generated, even in a brief, 15-20 minute examination and assessment interview, simply by projecting a sex-positive and affirming stance when asking important questions about sexual safety, sexual health (both clinical and attitudinal), awareness of sexual functioning and sexual pleasure, and about sexual dysfunction and/or relationship distress or dissatisfaction, as well as assessing desire and motivation for change.

Finally, the session will introduce the “Dream Team” concept of an Integrated Sexual Medicine Practice Model.

After attending this course, participants will be able to:

• Describe the multi-factorial, bio-psycho-social nature of most sexual disorders and dysfunction, and differentiate between physiological/medical and psychological/relational contributors to sexual complaints.

• Discuss the benefits of an integrated practice model, i.e., moving toward better integration of sex therapy and sexual medicine, to improve patient compliance with medical treatment while maintaining strong relationships and helping couples adapt to medical challenges as lovers.

Presenter Bio:

Dr. Richard M. Siegel, is the Co-Director of Modern Sex Therapy Institutes. Dr. Siegel is a Florida-licensed mental health counselor and Board-certified sex therapist and is certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) as a sex therapist and supervisor. He has a rich experiential background, including over 30 years working in sexuality education, in- and out-patient counseling and training, and private practice sex therapy. He enjoys a reputation as a seasoned and in-demand workshop and conference presenter, in addition to his primary passion of training, supervising, and participating in the clinical and academic development of the next generation of sex therapists, counselors, and sexologists of all strip

Courses

Sex Therapy and Sexuality Counseling in the Context of an Integrated Sexual Medicine Practice (2 CE Hours), Sexuality And Cancer: Addressing The Male Experience With And Around Cancer (2 CE Hours), Both

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