Moving along with my review of key talks from the most recent Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR) conference, I will focus this particular article on the fascinating research on peak sexual experiences by Dr. Peggy Kleinplatz, from the University of Ottawa. In my previous review, I summarized the groundbreaking work of Doug Braun-Harvey and Michael Vigorito in creating a competing model to the sex addiction model in treating out of control sexual behaviors.
But before diving in, let’s first take care of some housekeeping. As many of you know, we just wrapped up the 1st Annual AltSex NYC Conference, which I created and co-produced with my colleague, Dulcinea Pitagora. It was a smashing success, in which over 150 attendees participated in a day long conversation around sexuality topics that are rarely discussed anywhere else. We had numerous media in attendance. New York Magazine just posted a nice summation, and additional reviews will be forthcoming in other media outlets. Feel free to continuously check the media page for additional updates.
Also, I am proud to announce that I am now blogging for Psychology Today, with my new blog entitled Standard Deviations. There is no content up there yet, as I am just getting started, and have been busy finishing up other matters, but feel free to subscribe there as well, as I will be posting a few articles to that blog in the next few weeks. I will still be blogging here, but my articles here will be more focused on clinical issues relevant to clients, while my writing for Psychology Today will be more big picture […]