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A Systems Approach to Sex Therapy

  • Friday, March 17, 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 4:15 PM
  • Family and Nursing Care | 962 Wayne Avenue, Silver Spring, MD
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INSTRUCTOR NAME: Gail Guttman

Email: gail@gpatherapy.com | Website: www.gpatherapy.com

Type of Event: Continuing Education

Category: Cat 1 | CE Credit Hours: 6.0


Overview: 

Originally sex therapy was considered a cognitive behavior therapy. We now know when working with sex therapy issues, we need to consider such factors: the family of origin, the impact of our culture, relationship issues and medical factors. Attend this workshop to learn a systems approach to couples and sex therapy. The basics of sex therapy: the physiology of sexuality; the sexual response cycle; and male and female sexual dysfunctions and their treatment, will be explored. The workshop includes an in-depth presentation of the relational paradigm and CBT approach to sex therapy. You will leave with skills to begin to address sex issues with couples and individuals, including sensate focus and defining the couples sexuality “dance”.

Objectives:

  1. Describe the various systems approaches involved in treating sexual dysfunction
  2. Describe the sexual response cycle and its evolution
  3. Classify the following male sexual dysfunctions: inhibited desire, erectile dysfunctions, premature ejaculation and delayed ejaculation
  4. Classify the following female sexual dysfunctions: inhibited desire, anorgasmia, vaginismus and pelvic pain
  5. Formulate some treatment ideas for each of the aforementioned dysfunctions
  6. Practice sensate focus
  7. Identify a couples “sexual dance”

SPECIFIC AGENDA:

  • 9:00 to 9:20 | Introduction
  • 9:20 to 10:30 | Sexual Response Cycle
  • 10:30 to 10:45 | Break
  • 10:45 to 12:00 | Components of a systems approach to sex therapy, including a number of exercises
  • 12:00 to 12:45 | Lunch
  • 12:45 to 2:15 | Components of a systems approach to sex therapy, including a number of exercises (continued)
  • 2:15 to 2:30 | Break
  • 2:30 to 4:15 | Male and female Sexual dysfunctions
  • 4:15 to 4:30 | Learnings

RECOMMENDED BOOKS/BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Basson, Rosemary. “The Female Sexual Response Cycle”. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy. An updated version of the sexual response cycle.

Binik, Yitzchak M. and Hall, Kathryn, editors. The Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy, 5th Edition. New York: Guildford Press, 2014. An updated version of the diagnosis and treatment of sex therapy, by leading authorities in the field.

Buehler, Stephanie. What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know About Sex Therapy. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 2013. A practical guide for mental health practitioners on how to comfortably discuss, assess, and treat sexual issues that arise in practice.

Carter, Mark & Lisa. Completely Overcome Vaginismus. Vaginismus.com, 2004. A thorough guide to diagnosing and treating vaginismus.

Coady, Deborah and Fish, Nancy. Healing Painful Sex. Berkley: California: Seal Press, 2011. A woman’s guide to confronting, diagnosing and treating sexual pain.

Foley, Sally; Kope, Sally; and Sugrue, Dennis. Sex Matters for Women, 2nd Edition: A Complete Guide to Taking Care of Your Sexual Self. New York: Guilford Press, 2011. In-depth look at all aspects of female sexuality.

Goldstein, Andrew, Pukall, Caroline, and Goldstein, Irwin. When Sex Hurts. Massachusetts: Da Capo Press, 2011. A woman’s guide to banishing sexual pain.

Heiman, Julia and LoPiccolo, Joseph. Becoming Orgasmic. New York: Prentice Hall Press, 1988. A systematic guide to overcoming anorgasmia.

Joannides, Paul. The Guide to Getting It On. Oregon: Goofy Foot Press, 2012. A complete guide to the wide range of sexuality. Goofy Foot Press, 2015.

Love, Patricia and Robinson, Jo. Hot Monogamy. New York: Plume Book, 1994. Exercises to improve both the couples’ emotional and sexual relationship, with a focus on low sexual desire.

Kaplan, Helen Singer. The Illustrated Manual of Sex Therapy. Florence, Kentucky: Routledge Press, 1988. Reviews the nature and causes of male and female sexual dysfunctions, and describes and portrays the various erotic techniques and exercises employed in sex therapy.

Klein, Marty. Sexual Intelligence. California: Harper Collins, 2012. A guide to remove the obsession with sexual normalcy and teach people how to bring the focus back to intimacy

Kerner, Ian. She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman. New York: William Morrow Publishing, 2009. A guide to pleasuring a woman through other methods than intercourse.

McCarthy, Barry. Male Sexual Awareness. New York: Carroll and Graf Publishers, Inc., 1988. A complete guide to male sexual dysfunctions and healthy male sexuality.

McCarthy, Barry, Rekindling Desire. Florence, Kentucky: Brunner-Routledge, 2003. A self help model for treating inhibited sexual desire in couples.

McCarthy, Barry and Metz, Michael. Coping with Erectile Dysfunction. California: New Harbinger Publications, 2004. A complete guide to diagnosing and treating erectile dysfunction.

McCarthy, Barry and Metz, Michael. Coping with Premature Ejaculation. California: New Harbinger Publications, 2004. A complete guide to diagnosing and treating premature ejaculation.

Nagowski, Emily. Come as You Are. NY: Simon and Shuster, 2015. Research that normalizes and enhances female sexuality.

Nelson, Tammy, Getting the Sex You Want. Massachusetts: Quiver Books, 2008. An integration of Imago relationship therapy and sex therapy.

Perel, Esther. Mating in Captivity: Unlocking Erotic Intelligence. New York: Harper Perennial, 2007. Explore the paradoxical union of domesticity and sexual desire, and explains what it takes to bring lust back into a home.

Solot, Dorian and Miller, Marsall. I “Heart” Female Orgasm. New York: Da Capo Press, 2007. A guide to create enhance female orgasm.

Stein, Amy. Heal Pelvic Pain. New York: McGraw Hill, 2009. Addresses the variety of issues for treatment of pelvic pain.

Weeks, Gerald, Gambescia, Nancy, and Hertlein. A clinician’s Guide to Systemic Sex Therapy. New York: Routledge: 2016.

Weiner, Linda and Constance Avery Clark. “Sensate Focus: Clarifying the Masters and Johnson’s Model.” Sexual and Relationship Therapy. New York: Routledge, 2014. An in-depth look at sensate focus.

Weiner Davis, Michelle. The Sex Starved Marriage: Boosting Your Marriage Libido. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2003. This book deals with lack of desire and ways to improve desire in a marriage.

Zilbergeld, Bernie. The New Male Sexuality. New York: Bantam Books, 1993. This book describes all aspects of make sexuality

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