Functional sex therapy training
The training provides clinicians with clinical tools to carry out effective sex therapy interventions. The training is essential for all clinicians who want to become more competent and effective in their treatment of sexual problems within their practice.
The Functional Sex Therapy model offers a clear understanding of the biological, personal, relational and social components involved in adequate sexual functioning. It includes the cognitive and corporeal methods of managing sexual excitement and enhancing emotional and physical connections.
The training provides clear guidelines and effective tools to assess and treat the full spectrum of sexual dysfunctions including premature ejaculation, coital orgasmic disorder, vaginismus/ dyspareunia, sexual desire disorders, erectile disorder, delayed ejaculation. Functional Sex Therapy treatments are structured, and training provides a detailed approach demonstrating to clinicians how they can integrate this way of working into their individual practices, session by session. The techniques demonstrated are different form the techniques taught in traditional psychosexual and relationship therapy, psychotherapy and medical training programs.
This training is aimed at psychosexual therapists, psychotherapists, physiotherapists, nurses, midwives, sex educators and other health professionals and students within those disciplines.
About the host
Francois de Careful, PhD.
Psychologist, Sex Therapist, Founder of Functional Sex Therapy
Stuart Brody, Phd DSc CPsychol FBPsS
Professor of Psychology, Sex Therapist, Sex Researcher
Sarah Calvert PgDip UKCP COSRT
Psychotherapist, Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist