The SAT Project provides bi-monthly continuing education classes for LMSWs and LCSWs and we are in the process of obtaining approval to issue CEUs for other professions.
The workshops that we are provided so far include:
  1. Desire and Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior – A Psychodynamic View
  2. Killing Time: The Paradox of Time and Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior
  3. Using Body-Based and Psychoneurologically-Informed Methods to Help Clients Who Have Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior
  4. Narcissism and its Sexual Discontents 

OUR NEXT WORKSHOP!  REGISTER TODAY!

OCSB as Schizoid Compromise: Safety, Fantasy, and one foot in – one foot out – JUNE 10TH, 2018, 1:00PM-4:30PM

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sexual-behavior-as-schizoid-compromise-safety-fantasy-and-one-foot-in-one-foot-out-sunday-june-10th-tickets-46105791664

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Schizoid issues (regulating degree of psychological closeness and distance) are often involved in men with Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior, particularly men who seek out more anonymous and/or virtual sexual experiences.

Many therapists are unfamiliar with the range and forms of presentation of schizoid problems, or of effective ways to work with these people.

This workshop will focus on effective analytically based interventions with this personality type, that can be essential to dealing with OCSB. The therapist’s ability to deal with often feeling unconnected, even dead, in working with schizoid clients is essential to effective change. Instruction in the Masterson technique of intervening will be our clinical focus .

At the end of this 3.5 hour didactic/experiential workshop, participants will be able to do the following:

1. To have an understanding of Schizoid psychopathology historically, theoretically, and clinically.

2. To have an understanding of the Schizoid Personality Disorder (SPD) in its forms of clinical presentation as they relate to OCSB and it treatment.

3. To understand how to allow clients a sufficient sense of SAFETY in the work so that they can risk a greater degree of connection with their therapist and others.

4. To have information about why therapists working with schizoid individuals may often feel a sense of alienation, so the therapist can better manage such feelings.

Presented by:           Jerry Katz.LCSW

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sexual-behavior-as-schizoid-compromise-safety-fantasy-and-one-foot-in-one-foot-out-sunday-june-10th-tickets-46105791664