Addressing Sexual Challenges in Marital Therapy- Inquiry and Intervention
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Webinar Description

This intermediate level course, is designed to enhance skills in assessing and treating sexual challenges in married couples. Mental health professionals will become more competent in talking about and addressing intimacy and sexual functioning challenges throughout the life cycle and with special populations.

Coordinated by: Talli Y. Rosenbaum, MSc, Certified Sex Therapist (AASECT and ITAM)

Included in this package are 10 Self-Study NYS ED Contact hours (CEs) webinars.

Participants in this class are expected to have a basic knowledge of sexual anatomy and physiology, and the basics of sexual functioning and dysfunctions. If you do not yet have this, the webinars below are the suggested prerequisites:


  • Basics of Sexual Function and Dysfunction
  • Adjusting to Intimacy: Addressing Sexuality in Newly Married Traditional Couples
  • Bridging Emotional and Physical Intimacy



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Webinars included in this package:

First Session - Talking About Sex

Assessing Sexual Function through a Biopsychosocial Lens

Engaging in Sexual Intimacy After Child Sexual Abuse

Infertility, Pregnancy Postpartum and Sexual Issues

Taking an Active Approach: Basic Sex Therapy Exercises

Ageing and Sexual Health

Medical Causes of Sexual Dysfunction and Mood Disorders

Sex Therapy and Physical Disability

Autism Spectrum and Cognitive Impairment in Sex Therapy

Clinical Issues and Boundaries in Sex Therapy

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