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As a certified treatment partner with the International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals (IITAP), we’re looking forward to this year’s IITAP Symposium, and we hope you are too!
IITAP offers premier training and cutting-edge educational resources for practitioners who treat people with addictive and compulsive sexual behaviors. Their CSAT® (Certified Sex Addiction Therapist) program is one of the most highly regarded programs of its kind, offering a complete group of training, products, and services to help behavioral health professionals enhance their practices.
Each year at the IITAP Symposium, members of the professional community gather to share ideas and learn of the latest research in sex addiction. In order to attend the Symposium, you must be a member of the IITAP Community, having completed at least one CSAT-module training. This year’s symposium will be held at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in sunny Phoenix, Arizona, Feb. 18 – 20. Gentle Path at The Meadows is a co-sponsor of the event and several members of our staff will be presenting.
Thursday, February 18:
Alexandra Katehakis, Senior Fellow for Gentle Path at The Meadows will present Mirror of Intimacy: Loving Deeply Begins with Loving Yourself at a Lunch and Learn Event. (Pre-registration is required.) Then, later that afternoon, she’ll present Love and Play: Therapeutic Action and the Integration of Self.
Friday, February 19:
Gentle Path Senior Fellow Dr. Patrick Carnes will kick off the day’s events with a keynote address. Later in the day, Dr. Isabel Nino de Guzman will present Sex Addiction and Dual Diagnosis Case Management, and Dr. Monica Meyer, Clinical Director of Gentle Path at The Meadows will present on Asphyxiation, Bondage & Cuckoldry: Sadomasochistic Behaviors in Sexual Addiction.
Professionals can earn up to 18 CEUs, with courses being offered as both ethics and supervision credits. Visit the IITAP website for more information and register today!
February 15th, 2016
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