As clinicians navigating COVID-related trauma and anxiety, we may need extra support from colleagues at this time.
The SAT Project is happy to provide advice and resources to therapists who are coping with compassion fatigue or who need help setting up a teletherapy practice.
You may also find the Remote Psychodynamic Treatment Forum useful. This forum allows clinicians to support one another, to vent about frustrations, and to brainstorm effective strategies for addressing changes in treatment.
Additionally, if you are interested in clinical supervision, all SAT Project sessions are currently taking place via Zoom. We’re committed to providing education and feedback for colleagues. This includes helping you explore strategies to uncover and release unconscious bias in your practice.
We understand the importance of guidance, education, and feedback in competent treatment practices. As such, we not only constantly seek to add to our skills, knowledge, and approach to helping our clients; we also provide clinical supervision to other professionals who may be facing similar challenges in their clientele.
OCSB-Net is a forum we maintain to promote discussion, research, referrals, and communication among clinicians working psychodynamically and psychoanalytically with patients and clients whose sexual behavior is compulsive, out of control, or otherwise ego-dystonic (collectively, out-of-control sexual behavior, or OCSB).
While this group includes some who are trained as certified sex addiction therapists (CSATs), the group is self-consciously formed to expand the conversation concerning OCSB, and to establish a space in which terms such as “sex addiction” are not presumed to have a shared meaning or sense of validity among all participants, and in which it is explicitly acknowledged that many among us find terms such as “sex addiction” unhelpful, inaccurate, irrelevant, even as others find such terms meaningful, helpful, and even essential.
We share no fealty to a particular treatment modality or certification program. We only are committed to exploring, in an open-minded, collegial and respectful manner, how best we can work with our patients and clients.
Disagreements are welcome, and even encouraged here, and respect is required.
If you are a clinician and you are interested in joining, please submit a request to be added to the group. Include your name, information concerning your clinical training and licensure, and a brief summary of your interest and experience.
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