Dr. Tom Murray | Triad Sexpert | Greensboro Sex Therapist | Marriage Counselor

Sex Therapy and Couples Counseling for Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point

Providing sex therapy, couples counseling, individual counseling and psychotherapy, for individual and couples experiencing intimacy and/or sexual problems. Services also include transgender health evaluations, supervision, and forensic services.


May
27
to May 30

Emotional-CPR Training at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine

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Emotional CPR (eCPR) is a public health education program designed to teach people to assist others through an emotional crisis by three simple steps: C = Connecting, P = emPowering, and R = Revitalizing. People who have been through the traEmotional CPR (eCPR) is a public health education program designed to teach people to assist others through an emotional crisis by three simple steps: C = Connecting, P = emPowering, and R = Revitalizing. People who have been through the training consistently report that the skills they learned have helped them communicate better in all their relationships. They tell us that eCPR is a way of life. Presenters used real life stories to explore how eCPR is healing communities, including:

  1. How eCPR is being incorporated into diverse cultures and communities across the U.S. and overseas
  2. How eCPR is being used to heal trauma and intergenerational violence
  3. How eCPR is an effective suicide prevention approach
  4. How eCPR is useful for law enforcement/public safety personnel
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Feb
8
10:00 AM10:00

The ethical super shrink: Maximize effectiveness through Feedback Informed Therapy.

Partners in Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS; aka Feedback informed Treatment, FIT) was borne out of the recognition that clients’ preferences and their voices should be elevated above allegiance and adherence to any theory and technique. In short, PCOMS represents an evidence-based approach that is grounded in social justice and that meets the ethical obligation for counselors to monitor clinical effectiveness. Providers are encouraged to strengthen the therapeutic alliance, which is the most robust predictor of clinical

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Oct
25
11:00 AM11:00

Broken Open: Lessons Learned from Navigating Separation and Divorce

Co-Presenter

As mental health and relationship experts, the general public assumes that we are immune to relationship stress and dissolution. Yet, we, too, experience separation and divorce but may carry significant stigma and isolation vis-a-vis our navigation through this difficult life event. Very little data exist on how mental health professionals experience separation and divorce separate from the general population, despite having special considerations. The purpose of this presentation is to share views from a psychologist, social worker, and marriage and family therapist, from various school sizes and life circumstances. The presenters will highlight the various lessons learned that allowed them to navigate this often very private experience while upholding their commitment to running their counseling centers. The presenters hope to convey that such difficulty doesn't reflect being broken but an opportunity to be broken open.

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Oct
21
to Oct 25

Critical issues in counseling centers: Perspectives on mandatory psychological evaluation of first year college students

Co-Presenter. Counseling center directors are influenced by philosophical viewpoints, research information, treatment insights, and the personal/professional sensibilities of their profession when consulting and discussing center and university policies and treatments.  Administrative and contextual factors of institutional environments also inform practice and consultation choices.  A diverse panel of highly experienced counseling center directors will interact with attendees in an open discussion of the following pre-selected critical issue currently being discussed by counseling center professionals.    Critical Issue:  In 2013, the Sport Science Institute of the NCAA convened a task force to address mental health issues of student-athletes, and after consultation with campus officials and counseling center directors, drafted a "best practice" document.  Among its recommendations was the suggestion to conduct pre-participation mental health screening of all student-athletes. Similar to recent conversations about mandatory testing for plane pilots after Andreas Lubitz crashed his plane into the French Alps, these NCAA practice guidelines have prompted renewed discussion regarding the idea of mental health screening of students to assure campus safety.  In addition to questions about practicality, privacy and confidentiality, concern about psychology becoming a "big brother" presence in educational communities has been raised.

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Aug
25
10:30 AM10:30

Upping Your A-Game: Improving Sex Therapy Outcomes through Client Feedback

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Presenter. Partners in Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS; aka Feedback informed Treatment, FIT) was borne out of the recognition that clients’ preferences and their voices should be elevated above allegiance and adherence to any theory and technique. In short, PCOMS represents an evidence-based approach that is grounded in social justice. Providers are encouraged to strengthen the therapeutic alliance, which is the most robust predictor of clinical outcomes, through greater collaboration and honoring of clients’ perspective.

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Mar
23
11:00 AM11:00

Low Sexual Desire - Strategies for Igniting the Flame

Dr. Tom Murray, an AASECT certified sex therapist, marriage and family therapist and licensed professional counselor, will outline evidence-based strategies for turning up the heat on low sexual desire (aka, Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, HSDD), often referred to as the “most difficult to treat sexual problem.” In addition, Dr. Murray will also provide current information on the science and controversy of the “Viagra for Women,” flibanserin.

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Sep
20
11:00 AM11:00

Fall into Being

As the autumn equinox draws near, Dr. Tom Murray draws parallels between our respective spiritual journeys and the changing season, as well as the following lessons: (1) Balancing darkness with light; (2) Acknowledging impermanence and (3) Surrendering and letting go.

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Jul
9
to Jul 10

Emotional CPR (eCPR) Certification Training

Emotional CPR (eCPR) is a public health education program designed to teach people to assist others through an emotional crisis by three simple steps: C = Connecting, P = emPowering, and R = Revitalizing. People who have been through the training consistently report that the skills they learned have helped them communicate better in all their relationships.

Through a combination of presentations, interactive discussions, and dynamic role-plays with reflecting teams, participants will learn about and practice the key concepts involved in effectively supporting a person through an emotional crisis and into healing.

http://northwestahec.wfubmc.edu/mura/www/#/event/45741

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