Why Should You Attend the 2020 SASH Annual Conference?

Going Virtual in 2020

All times are Central Time.

Thursday, October 15th, 2020
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM: Welcome Message and Morning Breakout
 
PSB 101-for Professionals
This seminar is for professionals both new to the field of sexual health and already working in it. It addresses various labels for problematic sexual behavior as well as categorizing the types of behaviors for which people seek treatment. Sexual behavior that is problematic for some people may not be for others, and attendees will be given a framework to help them distinguish potential problems from healthy sexual behavior, as well as a list of potential risk factors that appear to contribute to the development of problems. Participants will review recent research on the effects of internet pornography , including effects on the brain, as well as the new diagnosis called "Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder" to be implemented via the World Health Organization's upcoming diagnostic manual, The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11). Finally, attendees will learn about treatment options, plus support options for those affected and their partners.
Learning Objective #1: Participants will be able to describe a framework for identifying problematic sexual behaviors
Learning Objective #2: Participants will be able to discuss potential risk factors for PSB.
Learning Objective #3: Participants will be able to list various treatment options for PSB.
Level of audience: Beginner
Available CE Credits: 1.5
SASH Credential Education Credit Objective #1: CPSBT1a multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors and its etiology
SASH Credential Education Credit Objective #2: CPSBT1a multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors and its etiology
SASH Credential Education Credit Objective #3: CPSBT1b Assessment and diagnosis related to problematic sexual behaviors.
 
Matthew Hedelius, Paradise Creek Recovery Program, Program Director
Dr. Matthew Hedelius has been providing treatment for individuals who suffer from trauma and sexual compulsivity for over 20 years and has completed over 40,000 therapy sessions in that time frame. He has experience in outpatient, residential and inpatient treatment settings. He provides bio and neurofeedback as a means of helping patients resolve their addictions and trauma issues. In addition, he has been trained in and provides EMDR to help patients resolve their traumatic histories. He enjoys running half marathons and marathons and loves working with people. He also provides supervision for therapists who are training to be sex addiction therapists.