When

Saturday, April 18, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM CDT
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This is an online event. 
 

 
 

Contact

Jessica St. Pierre 
Tulane University School of Social Work 
504-247-1446 
jstpierre@tulane.edu 
 

Sexual Addiction 2.0: Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder 

In this workshop, you will be able to identify and understand sexual addiction as it pertains to addiction, compulsiveness, applicable indicators, evidence based research and treatment, and the role of trauma. Garry Eldridge, Lynette Duhe, and Anna Gray Baker presenting. 

Garry Eldridge, LMFT, LPC-S, CSAT, CPPT, CMAT, EFT Therapist

OBJECTIVES:

  • Identify the recent movement from “sexual addiction” to “compulsive sexual behavior disorder”
  • Understand sexual addiction/compulsive sexual addiction as a brain disorder affecting the reward centers of the brain
  • Understand accepted addiction criteria as applicable to sexual addiction/compulsive sexual behavior disorder
  • Understand collateral indicators applicable to sexual addiction/compulsive sexual behavior disorder
  • Identify the Four Core Beliefs/Core Lies of Sexual Addiction
  • Identify the engines of sexual addiction: Entitlement and Eroticized Rage/Resentment
  • Understand the role of trauma history in the etiology of sexual addiction/compulsive sexual behavior disorder
  • Become familiar with the Sexual Addiction Screening Test-Revised
  • Understand the evidence base recipe and treatment process for sexual addiction/compulsive sexual behavior disorder recovery 

THE EXPERIENCE OF THE TRAUMATIZED PARTNER

Lynette Duhe, LPC-S, LMFT, CSAT

OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand the stages of recovery & healing for the betrayed partner
  • Identify the symptoms of Betrayal Trauma
  • Understand how “Gaslighting” impacts a partner’s trauma responses
  • Understand the impact of a Staggered Disclosure
  • Identify what betrayed partners need from their sexually addicted partners to begin the healing and recovery process
  • Understand some basic strategies for helping traumatized partners heal

HOOKED—TEENAGERS WITH PROBLEMATIC TECHNOLOGY AND PORNOGRAPHY USE

Anna Gray Baker, MA, LPC, NCC

OBJECTIVES:

  • Explore the personal benefits and consequences of technology use
  • Define abnormal behavior involving technology
  • Gain awareness of where/what pornography is accessed by teenagers
  • Understand the effects of pornographic content on the developing brain
  • Identify methods and strategies to assess and address problematic technology and pornography use
  • Understand the importance of working within the whole family system to address this problem

 

Trainings are designed for mental health professionals. This continuing education workshop provides 5.5 clinical hours. The cost of 1 ticket is $150. Tulane University adjuncts, DSW students, faculty, and staff may contact us for discount codes. Only Master Card and Visa Accepted.

Garry Eldridge, LMFT, LPC-S, CSAT, CPPT, CMAT, EFT Therapist has worked with the lighthouse Counseling Center, Greenbrier Psychiatric Hospital and his own private practice. He has been a guest instructor for counseling track human sexually class at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA with general orientation to the topic of sexual addiction & appropriate treatment. He has presented to the community of local therapists on the topic of sexual addiction, hosted by Church of King, Mandeville, LA in addition to many other presentations. 

Lynette K. Duhe, LPC-S, LMFT, CSAT specializes in treating problematic sexual behavior and sexual addictions. She has 20 years of experience in helping those experiencing betrayal traumas because of a partner’s sexual addiction. She works with people individual and in group therapy. She also works with a number of other problems including trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues.

Anna Gray Baker, LPC, NCC, CSAT-C is a board member for certified counselors with the International Center for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy and with the Louisiana Community for Emotionally Focused Therapy.

 

Registration
The registration fee is $150. Please fill out the online form to register. Payments can be made via credit card or via check or money order (payable to Tulane School of Social Work). 

Only MasterCard and Visa accepted. If you pay by check, payment should be mailed immediately after completing the online registration form. Your registration is NOT complete until we have received your payment.  Please mail your payment to:

ATTN:  Jessica St. Pierre
School of Social Work
Tulane University #8906
127 Elk Place
New Orleans, LA 70112-2627

Please fill out the registration form.  Our final registration is predicated on receiving your payment. Once your payment is received, you will receive an e-mail confirming your registration into the program, and you will be guaranteed a spot at the workshop.

CANCELLATION POLICY -- In the event you cannot come to our program, it is important for you to notify us 24 hours before the program begins, either by email (preferred) at jstpierre@tulane.edu or via phone at 504-247-1446.  We will refund the registration fee if notified 24 hours prior to the workshop. 

Parking Information
The Tulane School of Social Work is located at 127 Elk Place. Please see the location map.

There are various surface lots in close proximity to the school that you use if you would like. The Saratoga Parking Garage is the closest parking garage and is located at 111 S. Saratoga St. The daily rate for the garage is $8, but the garage does have direct access to the school via the skywalk on the second floor. 

Questions?
For more information, please contact Jessica St. Pierre at 504-247-1446