Gerald R. Weeks and his co-authors Nancy Gambescia and Katherine Hertlein have published a second edition of A Clinician's Guide to Sex Therapy, Routledge, 2016. This edition is completely revised and re-written, updated, and significantly expanded to include contemporary new topics. This book is the companion book to the second edition of Systemic Sex Therapy.
Dawn Michael, M.A. PhD ACS CSC, Publishes New Book - My Husband Won’t Have Sex With Me Has the intimacy disappeared from your marriage? Does your husband now reject your advances, leaving you feeling lonely, frustrated, hurt or confused? Is the shame and humiliation keeping you from telling anyone about your problem? You are not alone!
Singer/Songwriter Alanis Morissette has a lively interview with long-time AASECT member, Wendy Maltz LCSW, DST, in Episode 5 of her personal growth podcast series, "Conversation with Alanis." Maltz says, "We had a fun time and really 'clicked' talking about love, sex, porn issues, sexual healing, and more."
April 4, 2016. 11am to 1:30pm: Sex for Sale: Supporting Sex Workers in a Therapeutic Setting, Presented by Nicole Danielle - 1 AASECT CE Credit
Cline Cellars Wine Social Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 11 AM to 2 PM 24737 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA 95476 Join chapter members over some wine and good conversation! We will have a relaxing afternoon at Cline Cellars, located near Sonoma Raceway (40 minutes north of San Francisco). This will be a wonderful opportunity to meet other professionals in the field. Friends & family are welcome!
August 1, 2016. 11am to 1:30pm: Honoring the Rise and Fall of Sexual Arousal and Pleasure, Presented by Karen Jensen - 1 AASECT CE Credit Description: We all want satisfying sex lives. But let's face it: we don't always feel turned on. In fact, trying too hard to feel turned on is actually detrimental to sexual arousal. This talk will provide tools on how to help people honor both the rise, the arousal, the pleasure, of being sexual, as well as honor the fall, the disinterest, the lack of arousal.