Why Should You Attend the 2020 SASH Annual Conference?

Going Virtual in 2020

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Friday, October 16th, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM: Carnes Keynote
 
A Framework For Categorizing Problematic Sexual Behavior
Based on his article of the same name, which was awarded "Article of the Year" in the journal, Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, this presentation describes a theory-neutral framework for categorizing varieties of problematic sexual behavior. It utilizes established measures of sexual health to arrive at a method for distinguishing forms of problematic sexual behavior without reference to the type and/or frequency of sexual activity, thus making it applicable to a diverse range of client populations. This framework includes five basic questions to enhance sexual health conversations about various forms of problematic sexual behavior. The framework avoids the use of labels in order to enhance inter-disciplinary collaboration across theoretical formulations. The framework is also used in the SASH "ATPSB" certificate training program.
Learning Objective #1: Participants will be able to describe five categories of problematic sexual behavior
Learning Objective #2: Participants will be able to utilize five central questions to begin an assessment of problematic sexual behavior
Learning Objective #3: Participants will be able to recite three categories of responsible sexual behavior grounded in sexual health principles
Level of audience: Beginner
Available CE Credits: 1.5
SASH Credential Education Credit Objective #1: General Human Sexuality GHS2f multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors or CPSBT1a multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors and its etiology
SASH Credential Education Credit Objective #2: General Human Sexuality GHS2f multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors or CPSBT1b assessment and diagnosis related to problematic sexual behavior.
SASH Credential Education Credit Objective #3: CPSBT1a multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors and its etiology
 
Bill Herring, Bill Herring LCSW, Clinical social worker
Bill Herring maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Atlanta. He is a former board member of SASH and served as national conference chair for three years. He is a long-time editorial board member of the journal Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity. He is recipient of both the 2004 SASH Award and the 2019 Carnes Award. He was instrumental in the content development of the SASH ATPSB certificate training.