Modern Sex Therapy Institutes
The Six Principles of Sexual Health - Treating OCSB
November 9, 2019
West Palm Beach, FL
Join us for this one-day professional training event with acclaimed author and award-winning sex therapist Doug Braun-Harvey. The training introduces therapists to an emerging sexual health based best practice outpatient treatment model for men with out of control sexual behavior (OCSB). This six hour Continuing Education Training is a forum for expansive dialogue and sexual health conversation based upon the award winning book “Treating Out of Control Sexual Behavior: Rethinking Sex Addiction” by Doug Braun-Harvey and Michael Vigorito (2016).
Doug Braun-Harvey’s innovative OCSB treatment model, based on over 20 years of clinical experience (co-developed with Michael Vigorito), combines extensive clinical practice with science and research from sexual health, human behavior, motivational change, attachment, self-regulation and eroticism within a combined individual and group therapy treatment model. The collaborative client/therapist treatment relationship is founded on the principle of men taking responsibility for defining and integrating their personal sexual health vision.
We hope you can join us to learn with other colleagues interested in an alternative sexual health model for assessing and treating sexual behavior problems. The training is designed to optimize participant consolidation of learning through discussion, dialogue and lively critical thinking.
Participants will Learn material from Springer Publishing “Treating Out of Control Sexual Behavior: Rethinking Sex Addiction”
Participants will be able to:
- Discuss current diagnostic and psychiatric disorder theory and treatment for out of control sexual behavior
- Describe clinician’s ethical responsibility when assessing and treating problematic or out of control sexual behaviors.
- Explain the Dual Process of Human Behavior as applied to OCSB.
- Explain the OCSB Clinical Pathway for Assessment and Treatment.
- Identify the six fundamentals of sexual health as the framework to guide vision of sexual health in treating men with OCSB.
- Discuss areas of clinical vulnerability and common disruptors assessed in the preliminary screening of OCSB initial appointment.
- Apply the information gathering and treatment elements within the OCSB assessment process.
- Discuss a client sexual health plan and it’s role in agreement keeping as an essential component of OCSB group and individual therapy.
- Explain how regulation, attachment and sexual/erotic conflicts disrupt the relationship between deliberative and affective systems leading to OCSB symptoms.
Describe the appropriate use of the Braun-Harvey & Vigorito OCSB outpatient assessment and treatment protocol for men presenting with consensual, out of control sexual behavior.