General Description: This plan provides supervision on specific domains of sexology. Sessions last 60 minutes. Start with a minimum of 3 sessions.

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  • Couple Therapy

    Couple Therapy

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Learning objectives

    Supervisees will learn about:

    • How to identify and focus on a specific problem (i.e. sexual difficulties, jealousy, fertility, etc.)
    • How to active participate in treating the relationship itself, rather than each individual separately.
    • How to remain balanced, despite cognitive or emotional engagement with one of the partners
    • How to establish clear treatment objectives
    • How to choose solution-focused, change-oriented interventions early on in treatment
    • Specific clinical techniques for couple therapy

    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.

  • Gynecological Disorders & Sexual Problems

    Gynecological Disorders, Pain and Sexual Problems

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Clinical cases will be analyzed on the following aspects:

    • Interpretation of the clinical history, the individual and couple biopsychosocial profile including the sexual history
    • Defining a descriptive diagnosis
    • Based on the biopsychosocial model elaborating a comprehensive explanatory diagnosis
    • Based on the explanatory diagnosis developing a treatment plan (medical, psychotherapy, physiotherapy) together with the patient or the couple tailored to their need and possibilities
    • Implementation and follow up of the therapy
    • Implementation and follow up of the therapy

    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.

  • LGTBQ

    LGBTQ Therapy

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Clinical cases will be analysed on the following aspects:

    1- Interpretation of the sexual history, relational history, childhood history and the patient’s resources.

    2- Interpretation of symptoms and possible identification of conscious or subconscious homo-negativity and sexual shame.

    3- Identifying all relevant factors: relationship diversity, sexual diversity, social system, the culture and/or sub-culture the patient lives in or identifies with.

    3- Decision making when choosing treatment strategies.

    4- Appropriate patient education. Normalisation and validation of relationship and sexuality diversity. Shame reduction.

    5- Appropriate clinical suggestions tailored to the patient’s needs.

    6- Psychosexual Therapy. Relationship therapy. Couples therapy when appropriate.


    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.

  • Pedophylic Disorders and Sex Offenders

    Paraphilias & Sex Offending

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Learning objectives

     Supervisees will learn about:

    • How to identify and focus on a specific sexual problem, disorder or problematic behavior (e.g. paraphilic disorders, sexual violence, psychiatric comorbidity)
    • How to establish a good patient-doctor relationship and incorporate the partner or relatives where necessary
    • How to conduct careful psychoeducation and counselling which may resolve problems in a considerable number of subjects
    • How to help patients to develop treatment objectives and how to guide them through psychotherapy
    • How to initiate and control pharmacotherapy of sexual or psychiatric disorder and how to assess pharmacological interactions

    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.

  • Paraphyllic Disorders and Hypersexuality-09 (1)
  • Erectile Dysfunctions

    Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Clinical cases will be analyzed on the following aspects:

    • Interpretation of the sexual history
    • Decision making when choosing treatment strategy
    • Appropriate patient education
    • Appropriate clinical suggestions tailored to patient needs
    • Basic level psychosexual therapy (including sexual, cognitive-behavioral, simple couple, and medical interventions).

    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.

  • Physical Disabilities & Sexuality-08-08

    Sexual Health & Physical Disabilites

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Clinical cases will be analyzed on the following topics:

    • Biopsychosocial impact of the physical disability in general terms and the specific impact on sexual health.
    • Sexual expression before the disability occurred.
    • Examination of general acceptance and adaptation process.
    • Examination of acceptance and adaptation process regarding sexuality.
    • Examining the social sexual development for people with congenital and early onset disabilities.
    • Formulating realistic treatment goals.
    • Examining treatment possibilities from a multidisciplinary approach.
    • Examining treatment strategies based on adaptation, compensation and acceptance processes.

     


    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.

  • Infertility

    Sexual Health Care for Infertile Couples

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Clinical cases will be analyzed on the following aspects:

    • Interpretation of the clinical history, the individual and couple biopsychosocial profile including the sexual history
    • Defining a descriptive diagnosis
    • Based on the biopsychosocial model elaborating a comprehensive explanatory diagnosis
    • Based on the explanatory diagnosis developing a treatment plan (medical, psychotherapy, physiotherapy) together with the patient or the couple tailored to their need and possibilities
    • Implementation and follow up of the therapy

    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.

  • Psychiatry and Sexual Problems

    Sexual Problems in Psychiatry

    390.00

    For 3 sessions

    Sexual dysfunctions and sexual content psychopathology are prevalent among individuals with psychiatric conditions. Appropriate sexual function may be challenging for individuals with affective and anxiety disorders, schizophrenia-spectrum and other psychotic conditions, personality disorders, eating disorders, etc. The interpretation of every sexual content psychopathology or sexual dysfunction should be based on the bio-psycho-social model. Understanding the relationship between sexual function and mental disorders allows for the selection of an appropriate treatment for each individual. Sexual content psychopathology and/or the sexual function may be improved via an appropriate treatment of mental disorders, and adverse effects of psychotropic medications on the sexual function can be managed by using several treatment strategies. The diagnostics and treatment of a specific sexual problem require taking into consideration the predominant disorder, the pharmacotherapy applied, the patient’s somatic condition, the couple’s interpersonal relationships, and the patient’s major expectations.


    Your Frequency and Starting Date is Preferable.