Oct
6
Fri
2017
CSX 7406: Paraphilias with Dr. Granzig @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology
Oct 6 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
CSX 7406: Paraphilias with Dr. Granzig @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology | Orlando | Florida | United States

CSX 7406
Paraphilias:  Diagnosis and Treatment
3 Semester Hours

Course Description: (There are no prerequisites for this course). This course will examine and evaluate in depth the following:

  • DSM IV diagnostic criteria for Paraphilias
  • Exhibitionism (302.4), Fetishism (302.81), Frotteurism (302.83), Sexual sadism (302.84), Transvestic fetishism (302.3), Voyeurism (302.82), paraphilias not otherwise specified (302.4).
  • Clinical treatment of the paraphilias including concepts in the treatment of sex offenders. Overview of sexual sado-masochism and transvestic fetishes.

FOUNDING HISTORY

 The American Academy of Clinical Sexology, the premiere approved provider for sex therapy training, was founded in 1989 by William Granzig, PhD.

Dr. Granzig has a worldwide reputation as a pioneering expert in clinical sexology education. Among his many professional faculty appointments, he has served as a professor of sexology, teaching graduate classes in human sexuality, at the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine at the University of Illinois, University of Florida Medical School, Shu-Te University (Taiwan) and Peking University (Beijing, China).

This much-honored professor of sexology received the prestigious Magnus Hirschfeld Medal for Sex Reform from the German Sexological Society (DGSS) in 2002 and the Lifetime

Achievement Medal from the Portuguese Academy of Sexology in 2014. He served as president of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, president of the World Congress of Sexology and founding editor of the Journal of Sex Education and Therapy.

His vast array of professional publications includes The Parent Test published by G.P Putnam’s Sons and The Sexual Template and Erotolgy.

Dr. Granzig founded the American Board of Sexology (ABS) in 1986 to provide quality assurance to the public through an objective certification program for clinical sexologists worldwide. Currently, he is the ABS President Emeritus.

Dr. Granzig continues to actively teach, speak and has a limited clinical practice in Winter Park, Florida, where he resides.

Oct
7
Sat
2017
CSX 7408: Forensics with Dr. Granzig @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology
Oct 7 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
CSX 7408: Forensics with Dr. Granzig @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology | Orlando | Florida | United States

CSX 7408
Forensic Sexology: Sexology and the Law
3 Semester Hours

Course Description: (There are no prerequisites for this course). This course will examine and evaluate in depth the following:

  • Forensic sexology.
  • Definition of forensic sexology.
  • The sexologist’s legal role when affecting legal cases.
  • The sexologist’s role as a witness in court and issues in dealing with sex offenders.
  • Expert witnesses.
  • Ethical, legal and moral issues involved for the sexologist. Legal issues facing sexologists and clientele.

FOUNDING HISTORY

 The American Academy of Clinical Sexology, the premiere approved provider for sex therapy training, was founded in 1989 by William Granzig, PhD.

Dr. Granzig has a worldwide reputation as a pioneering expert in clinical sexology education. Among his many professional faculty appointments, he has served as a professor of sexology, teaching graduate classes in human sexuality, at the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine at the University of Illinois, University of Florida Medical School, Shu-Te University (Taiwan) and Peking University (Beijing, China).

This much-honored professor of sexology received the prestigious Magnus Hirschfeld Medal for Sex Reform from the German Sexological Society (DGSS) in 2002 and the Lifetime

Achievement Medal from the Portuguese Academy of Sexology in 2014. He served as president of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, president of the World Congress of Sexology and founding editor of the Journal of Sex Education and Therapy.

His vast array of professional publications includes The Parent Test published by G.P Putnam’s Sons and The Sexual Template and Erotolgy.

Dr. Granzig founded the American Board of Sexology (ABS) in 1986 to provide quality assurance to the public through an objective certification program for clinical sexologists worldwide. Currently, he is the ABS President Emeritus.

Dr. Granzig continues to actively teach, speak and has a limited clinical practice in Winter Park, Florida, where he resides.

Nov
3
Fri
2017
CSX 7407: Sexual Trauma with Dr. Bloom @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology
Nov 3 @ 9:00 am – Nov 4 @ 5:00 pm
CSX 7407: Sexual Trauma with Dr. Bloom @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology | Orlando | Florida | United States

CSX 7407
Clinical Management of Sexual Trauma
3 Semester Hours

Course Description: (There are no prerequisites for this course). This course will examine and evaluate in depth the following:

  • Clinical Management of Sexual Trauma.
  • Emphasis on treating the victim of incest, child molestation, acquaintance rape and physical abuse, domestic violence.
  • Compulsivity management, arousal control, anger regulation and relapse prevention.
  • Implications for sexual adjustment
  • Coercion sex including rape, acquaintance rape, marital rape, adult and juvenile victims of sexual violence and those sexually abused as children. False memory
  • Victim empathy and victimology

FOUNDING HISTORY

 The American Academy of Clinical Sexology, the premiere approved provider for sex therapy training, was founded in 1989 by William Granzig, PhD.

Dr. Granzig has a worldwide reputation as a pioneering expert in clinical sexology education. Among his many professional faculty appointments, he has served as a professor of sexology, teaching graduate classes in human sexuality, at the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine at the University of Illinois, University of Florida Medical School, Shu-Te University (Taiwan) and Peking University (Beijing, China).

This much-honored professor of sexology received the prestigious Magnus Hirschfeld Medal for Sex Reform from the German Sexological Society (DGSS) in 2002 and the Lifetime

Achievement Medal from the Portuguese Academy of Sexology in 2014. He served as president of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, president of the World Congress of Sexology and founding editor of the Journal of Sex Education and Therapy.

His vast array of professional publications includes The Parent Test published by G.P Putnam’s Sons and The Sexual Template and Erotolgy.

Dr. Granzig founded the American Board of Sexology (ABS) in 1986 to provide quality assurance to the public through an objective certification program for clinical sexologists worldwide. Currently, he is the ABS President Emeritus.

Dr. Granzig continues to actively teach, speak and has a limited clinical practice in Winter Park, Florida, where he resides.

Dec
1
Fri
2017
CSX 7410: Sexual Offenders with Dr. Garma @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology
Dec 1 @ 9:00 am – Dec 2 @ 5:00 pm
CSX 7410: Sexual Offenders with Dr. Garma @ American Academy of Clinical Sexology | Orlando | Florida | United States

CSX 7410
Treatment of Juvenile Sexual Offenders
3 Semester Hours

Course description: (There are no prerequisites for this course). At the conclusion of this course the student will be able to:

  • List theories of child and adolescent development and psychological pathology;
  • Understand sexual arousal patterns, typical and deviant;
  • Describe the power and control, including the use and misuse of defense mechanisms;
  • Utilize approaches in treating sexual dysfunctions, disorders and deviancy in juvenile offenders.

FOUNDING HISTORY

 The American Academy of Clinical Sexology, the premiere approved provider for sex therapy training, was founded in 1989 by William Granzig, PhD.

Dr. Granzig has a worldwide reputation as a pioneering expert in clinical sexology education. Among his many professional faculty appointments, he has served as a professor of sexology, teaching graduate classes in human sexuality, at the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine at the University of Illinois, University of Florida Medical School, Shu-Te University (Taiwan) and Peking University (Beijing, China).

This much-honored professor of sexology received the prestigious Magnus Hirschfeld Medal for Sex Reform from the German Sexological Society (DGSS) in 2002 and the Lifetime

Achievement Medal from the Portuguese Academy of Sexology in 2014. He served as president of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, president of the World Congress of Sexology and founding editor of the Journal of Sex Education and Therapy.

His vast array of professional publications includes The Parent Test published by G.P Putnam’s Sons and The Sexual Template and Erotolgy.

Dr. Granzig founded the American Board of Sexology (ABS) in 1986 to provide quality assurance to the public through an objective certification program for clinical sexologists worldwide. Currently, he is the ABS President Emeritus.

Dr. Granzig continues to actively teach, speak and has a limited clinical practice in Winter Park, Florida, where he resides.