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Pornography and Sexual Dysfunctions Workshop

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University of Strathclyde

Room JA504, John Anderson Building

107 Rottenrow East

Glasgow

G4 0NG

United Kingdom

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Glasgow Workshop

This event is presented in collaboration with the Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice.

Overuse of internet pornography is fast emerging as a compulsive sexual behaviour disorder. This corresponds to the greater use of smartphones and easy access to streaming video in the past 10 years. A wide range of mental and physical health issues has ensued. For instance, a staggering increase in erectile dysfunction in younger men, widespread evidence of lower sexual satisfaction in men and women, and more social anxiety and body dysmorphia in adolescents all appear to be related to this cultural phenomenon.

Healthcare practitioners and other caring professionals need to be aware of the evidence that supports the addiction model along with effective treatment options and remedies that enhance recovery including effective social prescribing.

This workshop is also suitable all kinds of professionals including GPs, psychiatrists, sex therapists, relationship counsellors, recovery coaches, social workers, religious leaders, lawyers, HR professionals, teachers and youth workers. Anyone who needs to understand the impact of internet pornography on people today, especially on young people, are welcome.

'Pornography and Sexual Dysfunctions' is a course accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners and is worth 4 CPD credits. This interactive half-day workshop will provide an introduction to addiction neuroscience in general, and internet pornography use in particular, based on the latest research. It will look at different types of physical health and mental health conditions related to porn use emerging from the research. We will encourage reflective discussion among practitioners about best practice, possible improvements, and signpost recovery options.

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We appreciate that circumstances can change. For those unable to attend, a substitute delegate may be registered with us (by email or phone) at any time for no additional charge. Participants can also choose an alternative date and venue (by email or phone) at no extra cost. Alternatively, a refund will be given for cancellations confirmed in writing, up to 7 days prior to the event, less an administration charge of 25%.

We regret that no refunds can be offered for cancellations made less than 7 days before the event or for delegates who fail to attend on the day.

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Should The Reward Foundation postpone or reschedule an event, delegates will first be offered the opportunity to attend on the rescheduled date. If this proves unsuitable to a delegate, a full refund will be made to the billing contact/organisation within 30 days.

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Location

University of Strathclyde

Room JA504, John Anderson Building

107 Rottenrow East

Glasgow

G4 0NG

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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