Working with Sexuality: Bodies, Desires and Imagination

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With Module Speaker:
Professor Brett KahrDr Ronald DoctorDany NobusChristiane SandersonDr Thaddeus BirchardJanice HillerProfessor Stephen PorgesDr Meg John BarkerDr Anton HartJoyce SlochowerCabby LaffyChris OakleyDr Andrea CelenzaDr Christopher ClulowDr Galit AtlasDr Jessica BenjaminDr Estela Welldon

This package of resources provides 16 hours of CE on a range of contemporary clinical perspectives to help support practitioners in working more confidently with this vast and complex subject. It combines a rich archive of:

  • Video and audio lectures and presentations
  • Interviews and discussions

ONLINE BOOKING

Self-funded: $230
Organizationally-funded: $260
Institutional account (4 or more): $100 per user
This account is for several post-qualified subscribers within an organization. Use the continue shopping button to add one payment per person in your group. We will then contact you for their names and email addresses, and open a personal account for each one.
Teaching license: (10 or more): $65 per student
This account is for using the module as a teaching aid for pre-qualified students. Use the continue shopping button to add one payment per person in your group. We will then contact you for their names and email addresses, and open a personal account for each one.
CE Certificate of Attendance: $50 per user
You are purchasing here a certificate of attendance for up to a maximum of 16 hours CE offered on the basis of correctly answering 75% of the multiple choice questions correctly. We recommend that you print your test form and consider the answers in advance as you view the videos.
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FEES

Self-funded:
$230

Organizationally-funded:
$260

Institutional account (4 or more):
$100 per user

Teaching license (10 or more):
$65 per student

Test and Certificate of Attendance:
$50

CE

A certificate of attendance may be applied for 17 hours CE on the basis of passing a multiple choice questionnaire. $50

MODULE
INCLUDES

  • 15 hours of video and audio presentations illustrated with captions, diagrams or images
  • Supporting notes, slides or references
  • Study guides
  • Bibliography linked to relevant articles and books
  • Additional resources relating to each speaker
  • discussion forum
  • A Certificate of Attendance through which you can acquire up to 16 hours CE on the basis of a multiple choice questionnaire assessing your knowledge of the module.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To be able to describe the historical development of the concept of perversion, and to know the current clinical terminology and definition
  2. To be able to identify the differences between the male and female arousal cycle, and how this can impact the lifecycle of relationships
  3. To understand how Childhood Sexual Abuse impacts the ability to self-regulate affect and to tolerate intimacy
  4. To be able to discuss how psychic equivalence and pretend modes of relating can affect a couple’s sexual life
  5. To be able to describe the Window of Tolerance and Polyvagal Theory and their use in treating sexual trauma
  6. To demonstrate an awareness of the concept of consent and its complexities
  7. To be able to list the 4 diagnostic elements of sexual compulsivity and to understand the behavior cycle
  8. To be able to consider the ways in which sexual fantasy life can point to past trauma and attempts to live with it
  9. To be able to assess how your own sexual identity, as well as your attitudes towards sexual preference and behavior may affect your clinical work.
  10. To be able to assess and compare different interpretations of and approaches to psychosexual difficulties in your clinical work

STUDY GUIDES

  • Introduction
  • History
  • Terminology; diagnosis; labeling; classification
  • Biological, medical and sociological background
  • Trauma
  • Forensic aspects and the criminal justice system
  • Ethics
  • Diversity
  • Specific issues for psychotherapists and counselors