— On-demand training
Sexual Side Effects of Psychiatric Medications and How to Manage
2 CE HOURS
This presentation will provide an overview of the different psychiatric medications that are used which are known to have sexual side effects. The focus will expand into the evidence base for the presentation of these side effects. There will be a discussion of desired and undesired uses of the side effects. Treatment management and considerations will be addressed.
*This on-demand content was originally presented live in 2021
No Prerequisites Needed
ASSECT & APA Approved
Accessible on Mobile
What You’ll Learn in this Course
Know the sexual side effects of common psychiatric medications.
Describe the typical presentation of sexual dysfunction due to medication.
What Course Requirements Will I Meet?
This course may count toward fulfilling Sex Therapy Training (STT-D)
Theory and method of approach to medical intervention in the evaluation and treatment of psychosexual disorders.
This course may count toward fulfilling Sexuality Counseling Techniques (SCT-D)
Theory and methods of decision-making concerning sexually related medical interventions
What Our Students Say
Learned a lot about the various medications and their impacts.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Super informative and useful to learn about effects of medication on sexual health.
Licensed Social Work Associate
Great slides, lots of info. Great speaker.
— About the Instructor
Amir Mohebbi, MD
Dr. Amir Mohebbi is originally from Southern California. He went on to study medicine and complete psychiatric residency at Saint Louis University. His passion for teaching began at Saddleback Community College in Mission Viejo, California as a volunteer tutor for the learning assistance program.
Are you ready to take this course?
Dr. Amir Mohebbi is originally from Southern California. He went on to study medicine and complete psychiatric residency at Saint Louis University. His passion for teaching began at Saddleback Community College in Mission Viejo, California as a volunteer tutor for the learning assistance program. Dr. Mohebbi’s scholarly interests in forensic psychiatry and sleep medicine developed while working toward his medical degree. In 2018, he worked with first-year and second-year medical students to establish a student-run psychiatry clinic through the Health Resource Center which helped earn him a prestigious institutional teaching award for Excellence in Professionalism.