Presented by: Cara Tripodi, LCSW
When: August 21, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Who: Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, MFTs, Counselors, Substance Abuse Counselors, and Nurses
Cost: $30 for CPA Members, $60 for Non-members, $15 for Students/Clergy Members
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CE Credit: 3.25 CE hours are available for $20 here. This is a separate purchase.
This workshop will teach participants the role and function of assessment strategies in the evaluation, treatment planning and intervention of Problematic Sexual Behavior (PSB) in the Catholic seminarian and clergy population. An overview of instruments and qualitative approaches that are effective with this population will also be discussed. The role of shame and/versus moral incongruency will explored.
Identify major screening instruments available for assessing PSB in the religious population (seminarian and priest)
Translate assessment data into appropriate treatment planning goals.
Identify the role of shame and moral incongruence in the assessment and treatment of seminarians and priests.
Address/evaluate tools and resources helpful with this special population.
Cara Tripodi, LCSW is the President and Executive Director of S.T.A.R-Sexual Trauma & Recovery, Inc. In Wynnewood, PA. She is an expert in the treatment of problematic sexual behavior to include sex and love addiction and betrayed partners of addicts. Ms. Tripodi has written about sexually betrayed partners and integrated a post-traumatic stress disorder model of treatment based on her prior work in medical settings. A clinical educator, Ms. Tripodi has provided trainings to various groups and the behavioral healthcare community throughout the country on topics related to problematic sexual behavior and intimate betrayed partners. Ms. Tripodi has contributed to the field through her writing in “Mending a Shattered Heart: A Guide for Partners of Sex Addicts” and co-authoring with Claudia Black, “Intimate Treason: Healing the Trauma for Partners Confronting Sex Addiction”