New CE Course on Really Bizarre Sexual Behaviors

By Louis R. Franzini, PhD

The range of extant human behavior is truly extraordinary. But, the range of sexual behaviors is exponentially more so. Some are so infrequent and atypical that we call them “bizarre.” Such sexual practices may be described by some laypersons as “sick” or “abnormal.” Even some health care professionals may label such behaviors as “paraphilic” or “psychopathological” or a major behavior or personality disorder or as simply symptomatic of very serious emotional disturbances.


Really Bizarre Sexual Behaviors is a new 3-hour online CEU course intended to familiarize clinicians with a variety of “really bizarre sexual behaviors” that you might at least occasionally encounter in your practice. It is useful to be aware of what some people like to do sexually and also to know where to go to learn more.

This course will suggest criteria on how to make the decision on whether or not to treat such behaviors and will include ethical implications about treatment programs for behaviors that are consensual and not harmful to anyone.

Course #30-88 | 2016 | 41 pages | 26 posttest questions | 3 Hours CE only $39!

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​Gina Ulery, MS, RD, LD/N
Director of Operations & Marketing
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