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Sexual Dysfunction Series - Premature Ejaculation

Science-Based Sex Education for Sex Therapists (3 CEU Credits)
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What you are going to learn

Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual dysfunction in men.

Learning Objectives Include:
  • Name and recognize the prevalence rates of the various forms of premature ejaculation (PE).
  • Describe the etiologies of PE from a biopsychosocial perspective. 
  • Evaluate and explain the history of PE diagnostic criteria, current DSM-5-TR criteria, and diagnostic considerations.
  • Analyze and contrast psychological factors involved in individuals with PE, including: temperament and character, metacognition, attachment relationships, perception of control, alexithymia, sexual orientation, history of childhood maltreatment, and posttraumatic stress. 
  • Distinguish and review interdisciplinary treatments for PE, including medical interventions, urological treatments, and sex therapy.
  • Evaluate and employ the functional-sexocorporal sex therapy approach in the treatment of PE.
  • Identify a sex therapy roadmap for treating patients with PE.
  • Analyze a case study and explain a treatment plan utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to treat PE. 

For a more in-depth look at PE in men, sign up for the course today.

The following core areas will be explored related to premature ejaculation (PE):

  • Prevalence & Etiology
  • Diagnosis
  • Psychological Factors
  • Medical Treatments
  • Psychological & Sex Therapy Interventions
  • Interdisciplinary Approaches
  • Case Presentation and Treatment Integration

Kimberly Keiser

Founder of MendEd


Kimberly Keiser is licensed professional counselor, AASECT certified sex therapist, AASECT certified sex therapist supervisor, EMDRIA certified EMDR therapist and trauma expert providing client care, clinical supervision, and clinical consultation. Kimberly is a researcher in Dr. Kristine Jacquin's clinical forensic neuropsychology lab at Fielding Graduate University. Kimberly develops educational training, presentations, CEUs, and webinars for professional and lay audiences in the fields of sex therapy and trauma therapy.