On this episode of the Sexology podcast I’m joined by Michael Vigorito, LMFT to talk about the topic of out of control sexual behavior. It’s important to start by having a shared language of what out of control sexual behavior is. Michael is trying to expand this issue as a sexual problem that subjectively feels out of control.
Michael conducts assessments and treatments with clients that can span 4, 8 or 12 sessions. There are many reasons for out of control sexual behavior. It could even be a sexual symptom of another psychiatric disorder. It could be related to having value conflicts with what’s going on.
Learn more about regulating behavior, when to stop, motivations for change, clarifying vision for sexual health and so much more during this episode.
- Defining out of control sexual behaviors
- Understanding motivation for change
- The prevalence of out of control sexual behavior
- Identifying discrete disorders
- Reasons why people feel out of control
- Feeling shame around your sexuality
- Fidelity of thought
- How long treatment lasts
- Driving sexual factors in out of control sexual behaviors
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a clinical psychologist, sex expert, sexologist and sex therapist in the Los Angeles area. Dr. Moali has helped couples and individuals overcome sexual concerns, including pornography addiction. Dr. Moali hosts confidential consultation sessions for clients and potential clients in her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices. You can also book a session with her online, via a secure video-counseling platform.
About Michael Vigorito
Mr. Vigorito is a sex therapist, author and consultant. As a psychotherapist, he provides individual, couples and group psychotherapy for a range of sexual and behavioral health concerns. As a sexual health consultant for Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore and University of Maryland – Prevention Research Center, Mr. Vigorito designed and implemented capacity-building initiatives to integrate sexual health into mental health and substance use disorder treatment.
For More Information
Website – http://michaelvigorito.com/
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