We are certified by the NY State Dept. of Education to provide CEU credits for Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Mental Health Workers, and Psychoanalysts.
Seminars take place in our offices unless otherwise noted. 333 West 57th Street Suite 102 New York, NY 10019
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6.0 Continuing Education Units
Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior (OCSB) and insecure attachment styles are deeply interconnected. More challenging still is that those individuals who struggle with OCSB may actually want a connection but are fearful of exposing the vulnerability required in intimacy.
How can we help our clients with this vulnerability impasse?
The SAT Project has incorporated modern attachment theory and affect theory into an effective treatment. This personalized and non-formulaic model helps identify affect scripts that perpetuate out-of-control sexual behaviors.
During this full-day workshop presenters Michael Crocker and Art Baur will provide an extensive overview of psychodynamic psychotherapy which focuses on treating the underlying attachment and affect issues that exist in clients with OCSB. Through lecture, group discussion, and case studies attendees will come away with new techniques for treating OCSB using attachment, affect, and script theory.
As a result of attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
Define Attachment Theory and how it relates to OCSB
Define Affect Theory and how it relates to OCSB
Define various affect scripts that relate to OCSB
Describe 3-4 techniques in which to treat OCSB using Attachment, Affect and Script Theory
Seminar appropriate for clinicians with all levels of experience. Who should attend: Social Workers, psychoanalysts, psychologists, psychotherapists, family and marriage counselors and mental health counselors.
Personalized CE certificates will be distributed at the end of events. Due to NY State requirements, persons arriving more than 15 minutes late or leaving more than 15 minutes early will not receive a CE certificate. Certificates are provided after each participant submits an evaluation of the workshop.
Michael Crocker, DSW, LCSW, MA is the founder of The Sexuality, Attachment, and Trauma Project as well as a private practitioner since 1997. He has a doctorate in clinical social work from the University of Pennsylvania where he studied the connection between out-of-control sexual behavior and insecure attachment. His recent publications are related to OCSB and Attachment and Affect Theory. Dr. Crocker is an adjunct professor for Touro College, Rutgers University and Iona College.
Art Baur, LCSW is a psychoanalyst in private practice since 1979, a supervisor since 1982, and has been teaching since 1987. He currently teaches and supervises at the National Institute of the Psychotherapies as well as The Sexuality, Attachment, and Trauma Project. Art was also the Director of Training at the Object Relations Institute. He has published articles in psychoanalysis and is an active private clinical supervisor and psychoanalyst.