Understanding Persistent Pelvic Pain in Men: A Biopsychosocial Perspective


Presenter: Dr. Janice Bacak, PT, DPT


When: Saturday, July 31, 2021 1pm-4pm EST Live Synchronous Webinar


Price:  $105 (3 AASECT CEUs Available)


Synopsis: Persistent pelvic pain in men is often complex and can be best managed with an interdisciplinary team approach.  Not only does persistent pelvic pain impact sexual function, it can affect one's overall quality of life. This course will give insights into the biopsychosocial causes and treatments of male pelvic pain and provide you with reasoning to advocate for evidence based treatment .  After this course you will able to:

1. Identity several chronic pelvic pain diagnoses, including their potential physiological mechanisms. 

2. Discuss at least 3 barriers that exist to men seeking or receiving care for      chronic pelvic pain. 

3. Identify key members of the treatment team for chronic pelvic pain in men and how to find these practitioners in your community. 

This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 3 CE credits and is considered synchronous learning if in attendance to the live webinar. Participants will be expected to complete a post webinar assignment as part of the completion of the 3 AASECT CE's. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification through the Sexuality Training Institute. Completion of this program does not ensure or guarantee AASECT Certification. For further information please contact ce@aasect.org.

Sex Therapy Content Area: D. Theory and method of approach to medical intervention in the evaluation and treatment of psychosexual disorders
 OR Sex Counseling Content Area: D.Theory and methods of decision-making concerning sexually related medical interventions OR Sexuality Education Training Area D: Theory and methods of approaches to sexuality education with specific populations (e.g., youth, older adults, couples, ethnic/ cultural/ faith-based populations, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities).


Contact: Ashley Grinonneau-Denton
Email: dr.ashley@ocrsh.org
Phone: 2162007928

Understanding Persistent Pelvic Pain in Men: A Biopsychosocial Perspective