The Reward Foundation has been accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners of the United Kingdom to deliver a 1-day workshop on The Impact of Internet Pornography on Mental and Physical Health. We now advertise this workshop as Pornography and sexual dysfunctions. Our training is evidence-based and includes the latest neuroscience research in the emerging field of internet addiction. We focus largely on the impact of internet pornography on health, relationships, attainment and relationships because its use is so widespread today.
We have delivered training to primary and secondary school teachers; university students; sexual health officers; doctors and psychiatrists; nurses; sex clinic professionals; solicitors, advocates and judges; religious leaders; youth leaders; social workers including criminal justice social workers; senior prison managers, academics and civil servants.
Open workshops available now
During late 2018 we presented this workshop in Belfast, Killarney, Edinburgh, Watford, London and Glasgow. Our audience was extended beyond the UK and Ireland, drawing participants from as far as Finland, Estonia and The Netherlands.
New dates for 2019 will be added in the near future throughout the UK.
We will be offering the full-day course in Killarney, Republic of Ireland on Friday 15 February. Please contact SouthWest Counselling Centre CLG at firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone +353 (0)64 6636416 or +353 (0)64 6636100.
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Please contact us at email@example.com for an initial discussion about your training needs. We will tailor talks and workshops to meet your requirements. We accept commissions for work within the United Kingdom and beyond. Our main trainers have over 25 years’ experience each of working in a multi-cultural environment, with different age groups, educational levels and in countries across the world.
Our workshops explore the ways internet pornography consumption can change sexual behaviour, social norms, interpersonal relationships and increase the potential for criminal activity. The workshops conclude by considering remedies and prevention strategies. They provide room for discussion, peer group coaching and new perspectives so that participants can incorporate this knowledge into their practice.
The Reward Foundation does not offer therapy.