Sexual Addiction Trainings in London, UK

November 9, 2012 – Understanding the Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Addiction in Gay Men

This controversial clinical topic is being offered specifically to those who provide psychotherapy and addiction treatment to gay and bi-sexual men.  This training and consultation is specifically designed to provide empathic insight and practical approaches to those providing clinical care to gay and bi-sexual male sex addicts. The goal of this training is to encourage understanding, insight and empathy to this often misunderstood diagnosis, especially as applied to gay male relational pathology. Learn more .

November 10, 2012 – Advanced Training in the Treatment of Sexual Addiction

This advanced training is meant to bring together those UK & European professionals with prior training in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of sexual addiction with the goal of expanding knowledge and treatment methods. Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S has been involved at every level in the sexual addiction field for over 22 years. Author, educator, speaker, program developer and clinician, Mr Weiss is highly qualified and motivated to engage this special group of clinicians. This program will offer a high-level overview of the state of the field and diagnosis today, with a focus on: advanced assessment, group work, fetishes and offender issues, managing and supporting betrayed spouses and couples. Evolving and developing group work- both in outpatient and residential settings. Ample time will be offered for questions, role-play and case presentation. Those wishing to attend will be asked for documentation of prior training in sexual addiction treatment. Learn more.

November 14, 2012 – Understanding the Assessment, Treatment and Diagnosis of Sexual Addiction (Hypersexual Disorder) in the Digital Age

Topics covered will include: discarding the “myths” of sexual addiction, sexual addiction as an intimacy disorder, differential diagnosis, defining types of sexual addicts, assessment tools, new social media technologies and their affect on sexual addiction, insight into the treatment of betrayed spouses and couples along with informed insight into the upcoming DSM 5 proposed Hypersexual Disorder diagnosis. The training will focus on the use of traditional addiction treatment methods as applied to addictive sex and intimacy disorders. Insight into sexual addiction pathology in both gay men and in women will be reviewed and introduced. Extra time will be allotted for case presentation and questions. Learn more.

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