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The OCSB Model: A Clinical Approach to Treating Patients

In this presentation we will explore the history and current state of out of control sexual behavior and some clinical approaches to working with problems surrounding out of control sexual behavior. The audience will leave with an increased understanding of some alternative language, assessment measures and practices that may give men insight about problems related to out of control sexual behavior.
*This on-demand content was originally presented live in 2021
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    • Intermediate Level
    • No Prerequisites Needed
      • ASSECT & APA Approved 
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        What You’ll Learn in this Course

        Define OCSB.
        Describe the application of the OCSB model and the motivational interviewing model.
        Identify the affective and deliberative systems and how they impact dilemmas around competing motivations.
        Define and examine erotic conflicts, sexual health principles, and sexual health plans.
        Describe how to do clinical work in the OCSB pathway.
        Provide resources for applying the model with female identifying participants.
        AASECT Certification

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        —   About the Instructor

        Mike Giancola, LMFT

        Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

        Mike has been working with people experiencing Out of Control Sexual Behavior in clinical and community settings since 2005. He helps people understand their motivations, conflicts and values around their sexual behavior, and takes pride in supporting people and their loved ones during difficult moments in their lives.
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