Why Should You Attend the 2020 SASH Annual Conference?

Going Virtual in 2020

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Saturday, October 17th, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM: What's in a Name Panel
 
What's In a Name? Debating common models for sexual behaviors that have become problematic.
Has the upcoming addition of Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder into the ICD-11 finalized the debate about how to name and treat problematic sexual behaviors? This does not appear to be the case! It is important for both the public and professionals to understand the different models, why they exist and how each may have unique potential for individuals seeking help. In this panel discussion theory will be contrasted and commonalities explored. The discussion will illuminate for the audience three of the most common models for describing and treating sexual behavior problems from well-respected experts in their various fields. Join Eli Coleman PhD, Alex Katehakis, PhD, LMFT, CSAT-S, and Marty Klein, PhD as they help us understand and maneuver this extremely difficult arena.
Learning Objective #1: Participants will be able to describe three different models of problematic sexual behaviors
Learning Objective #2: Participants will be able to discuss similarities between three different models of problematic sexual behaviors
Learning Objective #3: Participants will be able discuss differences between three different models of problematic sexual behaviors.
Level of audience: Beginner
Available CE Credits: 2
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 CPSBT1a multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors and its etiology
SASH Credential Education Credit Objective #3: General Human Sexuality GHS2f multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors or CPSBT1a multiple theories of problematic sexual behaviors and its etiology
 
Alexandra Katehakis, The Center for Healthy Sex, Clinical Director
Alexandra Katehakis, Ph.D., L.M.F.T. is Founder and Clinical Director of the Center for Healthy Sex in Los Angeles, faculty for the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals, and the recipient of the 2018 IITAP Leadership and 2012 Carnes Award. She is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist/Supervisor and AASECT Certified Sex Therapist/Supervisor. Dr. Katehakis’s most recent books include Sexual Reflections: A Workbook for Designing and Celebrating Your Sexual Health Plan (2018) and Sex Addiction As Affect Dysregulation: A Neurobiologically Informed Holistic Treatment (2016).

Eli Coleman, University of Minnesota, Director and Chair in Sexual Health
Eli Coleman, PhD, is Professor and Director of the Program in Human Sexuality. He holds the first and only endowed academic chair in sexual health.
Dr. Coleman is the author of numerous articles and books on compulsive sexual behavior, sexual offenders, sexual orientation, gender dysphoria, chemical dependency and family intimacy and on the psychological and pharmacological treatment of a variety of sexual dysfunctions and disorders. He is one of the founding editors of the International Journal of Transgenderism and is the founding and current editor of the International Journal of Sexual Health.

He is one of the past-presidents of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), the World Association for Sexual Health, the International Academy for Sex Research and the Society for Sex Therapy and Research. He is currently the Chair of the WPATH Standards of Care Revision Committee. He has been a frequent consultant to the World Health Organization (WHO), the Pan American Health Organization (the regional office of WHO), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Marty Klein
Marty Klein, PhD has been an MFT and Certified Sex Therapist for 39 years. A founding editorial board member of the Journal of Porn Studies, his recent book (his 7th) is His Porn, Her Pain: Confronting America’s PornPanic With Honest Talk About Sex. Marty has trained tens of thousands of professionals in human sexuality in over 40 countries, and he appears regularly in national media such as The New York Times, National Public Radio, and the Daily Show.

Marty is regularly called upon to give expert testimony in human sexuality in state and federal courts. He recently gave two Congressional briefings on evidence-based sex education. His award-winning Sexual Intelligence blog is at www.SexEd.org.