When Sex is a Chore and Non-Orgasmic: Treating Women’s Two Most Common Sexual Concerns

3 CE credit Live Interactive Webinar July 22nd
9 am-12 pm Pacific Time/12-3 pm Eastern Time
Presenter: Laurie Mintz, PhD
Fee: $69.00

For those who register but are unable to attend, CE credits (though not Live) will be available by viewing the recording and completing the post-test and evaluation. Distance Learning Board Approvals

Tokens may not be used with webinars.

This webinar satisfies requirements for live interactive CE credits for all professions.

A lack of interest in sex and difficulty orgasming with a partner are the two most prevalent concerns women bring to health-care providers. Additionally, evidence indicates that many women struggle with these concerns, yet only reveal this to clinicians upon being directly asked. Unfortunately, however, too few clinicians have any training in assessing or dealing with these common sexual concerns, even though empirically supported treatments for both exist. This webinar will help you understand the cultural reasons for the high prevalence of these sexual problems among women. You will also become well-versed in the myriad medical, individual, and relational causes underlying both concerns. Most importantly, evidence-based treatments for both diminished desire and orgasm issues will be presented. You will leave this webinar able to assess and intervene with these two common sexual concerns.

Target audience: This course is appropriate for all mental health professionals

Content level: Introductory/Intermediate