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The Meadows Institute,  January Winter Institute, Advanced Training in Sexual Addictions Counseling, by Dr. Patrick Carnes, Scottsdale, AZ,  January, 2001.

The Meadows Institute, Counseling the Sexual Addict, Introductory Training by Dr. Patrick Carnes, Scottsdale, AZ, May, 2000.

Gender Issues in Psychotherapy.  Offered by The Masters and Johnson Program, River Oaks Treatment Center, New Orleans, LA, presented at Bethesda, MD, May, 1999.

DC Psychological Association. EMDR Protocols for Addictions’ Treatment. February, 1999.

EMDR - Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing.  Level I Training, Bethesda, MD, September, 1997; Level II Training, New York City, NY, November, 1997.

Fifth National Male Survivors Conference.  Washington, DC, Central Planning Committee, September 30 -October 2, 1992.

Third National Conference, The Male Survivor:  New Perspectives for a New Decade.  Tucson, AZ, November, 1990.

Comprehensive Treatment of Sexual Trauma and Sexual Compulsion.  River Oaks Treatment Center, New Orleans, LA, presented at Philadelphia, PA, October, 1990.

Second National Conference, Treatment of Adult Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse.  Atlanta, GA, September, 1989.

Eastern Regional Conference on Multiple Personality and Dissociative Disorders.  Mt. Vernon Hospital, Alexandria, VA, June, 1989.

Psychotherapy:  Clinical Issues with Gay Men and Lesbians.  Harvard Medical School, June, 1988.

Diagnosing and Treating Sexual Addictions.  Human Sexuality Institute, Washington, DC. April, 1987.

Child Sexual Abuse:  Assessment and Treatment.  Family Advocacy Office, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC, September, 1986.

Treating the Adolescent Sex Offender.  Human Sexuality Institute, Washington, DC, October, 1984.

Advanced Sex Therapy Training, American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT).  Washington, DC,  July,1982.

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