In this interview (see the embedded link below) I chat with Dr Mary Deitch about problematical sexual behaviour, how to diagnose and how to seek help. Mary Deitch, a graduate from Widener University, is currently the President of SASH, the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, and is a licensed psychologist and attorney in the state of Pennsylvania. Her previous relevant work experiences includes being a former director of Keystone Center Extended Care Unit.
In the interview we discuss how to identify problematical sexual behaviour as well as defining a healthy sexual life and the role of 12 step fellowship meetings (such as SA, SAA and SLAA) as part of a recovery journey. Mary also explains which assessment tools can be used by clinicians as well as the most effective treatment models in treating behavioural addictions.
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