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Presentation Topics Include:
- Sexual Health in Drug and Alcohol Treatment
- Sexual Health Approaches to Treating Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior (OCSB)
- Sexual Health treatment approaches for individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy
- Sexual Health integration within existing HIV Prevention and Treatment
- LGBTQ youth and sexual health
- Integrating sexual health within trauma informed practices
- Integrating sexual health treatment approaches for male victims of sexual abuse.
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Douglas Braun-Harvey interview for The Voice – The newsletter of the Austin Group Psychotherapy Society
The following is an edited version of the interview between Allen Lambert, LCSW, and Douglas Braun-Harvey, MFT, CGP, CST, conducted for The Voice – the newsletter of the Austin Group Psychotherapy Society. This is the first videoconference interview conducted for The Voice. The took place on 01/08/2014.
Douglas Braun-Harvey, MFT, CGP, CST, is a sexual health author, trainer and psychotherapist who bridges sexual and mental health and facilitates organizational change. In 2013 he co-founded The Harvey Institute: improving health care outcomes through the integration of sexual health. For over twenty years he has been developing and implementing a sexual health based treatment approach for men with out-of-control sexual behavior (OCSB). He teaches and trains nationally and internationally.
Allen Lambert, LCSW, is a group psychotherapist in private practice in Austin, Texas, and former Board Member of the Austin Group Psychotherapy Society. He leads several psychotherapy groups, including a gay men’s modern analytic psychotherapy group, and is an active member of the Austin Group Psychotherapy Society.
“Sexual Health: A New Ally for Improving Drug and Alcohol Treatment” by Douglas Braun-Harvey, MFT
While great strides have been made in treating women and men suffering from addiction, their sexuality is too often marginalized. Keeping sexuality away from a central focus of recovery for the large number of addicts with sex/drug-linked patterns of combining crystal meth, cocaine, alcohol and club drugs with sexual relations leads to treatment failure, relapse, and untold costs in the lives of addicts and their families. Sexual Health in Drug and Alcohol Treatment is an evidence-based intervention for all treatment settings, approaches, and clientele. The psycho-educational group curriculum is designed to increase client retention, identify sexual thoughts and feelings associated with increasing or decreasing risk of relapse and reduce sex/drug-linked shame—a common cause of relapse.
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