Sex Addiction

  • Instructor: Robert Weiss

Description

This full day presentation provides non-judgmental insight and clinical understanding sexual addiction/compulsivity and its relationship to both early trauma survival and problems with intimacy and healthy adult sexuality. We will review the relationship between sex/intimacy problems and related co-occurring drug abuse and drug relapse concerns. The material will offer a review of the diagnosis of sexual compulsivity/addiction, explaining the common behaviors and problems encountered by sex addicts, while offering direction toward eliminating problematic sexual behavior. The relationship between sexual addiction and early trauma survival will be reviewed offering clear direction toward sexual sobriety and relationship healing. Material will be offered at a level useful to both the layperson and professional. A thorough introduction into the ways digital technology has led to an escalation in addictive behaviors will be fully explored and explained.

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between online porn and “cam-girl, cam-boy” live online experiences
  • Explain how culture, religion and personal bias affect each person’s experience of online pornography.
  • Explain how conditioning can drive compulsive porn use versus early complex trauma and attachment disorders, 

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Price

Plan Name Price
This workshop: $ 159.00

Instructor

Robert Weiss

Robert Weiss PhD, MSW, Chief Clinical Officer of Seeking Integrity LLC, is an expert in the treatment of adult intimacy disorders and related addictions, most notably sex/porn/relationship addictions along with co-occurring drug/sex addiction. A clinical sexologist and practicing psychotherapist, Dr. Rob frequently serves as a subject matter expert for major media outlets including CNN, HLN, MSNBC, OWN, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and NPR, among others. He is the author of Prodependence: Moving Beyond Codependency, Out of the Doghouse, Sex Addiction 101, and Cruise Control, among other books. He blogs regularly for Psychology Today and Psych Central. His podcast, Sex, Love, & Addiction, is rated as a Top 10 addiction podcast for 2019. He also hosts a weekly live no cost Webinar with Q&A on SexandRelationshipHealing.com. A skilled clinical educator, Dr. Rob routinely provides training to therapists, hospitals, psychiatric organizations, and even the US military. Over the years, he has created and overseen nearly a dozen high-end addiction and mental health treatment facilities across the globe. For more information or to reach Dr. Weiss, visit SeekingIntegrity.com. You can also follow him on Twitter (@RobWeissMSW), LinkedIn (Robert Weiss LCSW), and Facebook (Rob Weiss MSW).

Courses by this instructor

Name Level Release Date
Sex Addiction 05/14/2020

This full day presentation provides non-judgmental insight and clinical understanding sexual addiction/compulsivity and its relationship to both early trauma survival and problems with intimacy and healthy adult sexuality. We will review the relationship between sex/intimacy problems and related co-occurring drug abuse and drug relapse concerns. The material will offer a review of the diagnosis of sexual compulsivity/addiction, explaining the common behaviors and problems encountered by sex addicts, while offering direction toward eliminating problematic sexual behavior. The relationship between sexual addiction and early trauma survival will be reviewed offering clear direction toward sexual sobriety and relationship healing. Material will be offered at a level useful to both the layperson and professional. A thorough introduction into the ways digital technology has led to an escalation in addictive behaviors will be fully explored and explained.

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between online porn and “cam-girl, cam-boy” live online experiences
  • Explain how culture, religion and personal bias affect each person’s experience of online pornography.
  • Explain how conditioning can drive compulsive porn use versus early complex trauma and attachment disorders, 

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