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PORNOGRAPHY INTERVENTION

A TRAINING RESOURCE

Pornography Intervention - A Training Resource
By Jim Messina, Ph.D., CCMHC, NCC, DCMHS-T
COPING.US Training Programs on Pornography Intervention

Pornography Prevention Program Strategies (1st of 4 Programs on Pornography Intervention)


CEU’s: 2-3 hours based on request (CE Broker Tracking #20-615472)


Resource for Course on Coping.us: 

http://www.coping.us/pornographyintervention.html 

and

http://www.coping.us/pathfinderparenting.html


Description of Program: This program takes a prevention orientation to an emerging epidemic of internet pornography which enters the homes of families earlier and earlier with reports that children as young as 8 years of age have been exposed to it. There is a need to conduct community wide educational programming to awaken parents to this crisis and to help them develop strategies on how to deal with it in their families. The need to put monitors on all electronic devices and to limit usage of these devises to public environments in the home which parents can easily oversee is just one concept to be explored.


Learning Objectives

1. To learn about the impact of pornography on youth in America today with an exploration of what types of pornography are out there and on what platforms they are present.

2. To learn about the neuroscience of watching pornography which leads to the compulsive need for more pornography to satisfy the mesolimbic reward centers of the brain.

3. To learn techniques which parents can use to have the "talk" with their children prior to and immediately after their exposure to pornography to prevent the movement toward compulsive viewing of it as the child’s brain increasingly craves it after extended exposure to it.

4. To learn about the resources to supplement the delivery of pornography prevention services in the community, school and family so that the children are kept safe from this new attack on their mental health.

Pornography Intervention for Couples (2nd of 4 Programs on Pornography Intervention)


CEU’s: 2-3 hours based on request (CE Broker Tracking #20-615474)


Resource for Course on Coping.us: 

http://www.coping.us/pornographyintervention.html

and

http://www.coping.us/marriageworkout.html


Description of Program: This program takes an intervention orientation to an emerging epidemic of internet pornography that threatens marriages and family life of compulsive pornography users. There is a need to train mental health professionals on how to assist couples who are dealing with the grips of compulsive pornography use in their relationships. Also, therapists need to learn how to conduct community wide education programming to awaken married couples to this crisis and to help them develop strategies to deal with it in their marriages. Helping couples grapple with this new challenge to their marital happiness can result in renewed marital commitment and conviction to fight this issue in a joint way. Therapists need help on what to say, how to say it and how not to use shame, guilting and outing to get the couples to come to grips with this issue in their lives


Leaning Objectives

1. To learn about the impact of pornography on marriage in America today with an exploration of what types of pornography are out there and on what platforms they are present.

2.  To learn about the neuroscience of watching pornography which leads to the compulsive need for more pornography to satisfy the mesolimbic reward centers of the brain.

3. To learn techniques which couples can use to collaboratively work to lessen the impact of compulsive pornography in their lives and to learn how to grow stronger as couples committed to a strengthened marital bond to enable them to face any future challenges that come its ways.

4. To learn about the resources to supplement the treatment of couples coping with compulsive pornography use, which can be incorporated into all types of institutions in the community, churches, civic organizations and social media.

Pornography Intervention for Adults (3rd of 4 Programs on Pornography Intervention)


CEU’s: 2-3 hours based on request (CE Broker Tracking #20-615476)


Resource for Course on Coping.us: 

http://www.coping.us/pornographyintervention.html

and

http://www.coping.us/seasmanual.html

and

http://www.coping.us/motivationalinterviewing.html


Description of Program: This program takes an intervention orientation to an emerging epidemic of internet pornography which threatens adults who have become addicted compulsive pornography users. There is a need to train mental health professionals to learn how to assist adults who are dealing with the grips of compulsive pornography use in their lives. Also, therapists need to learn how to conduct community wide educational programming to awaken citizens to this crisis and to help them develop strategies on how to deal with it in their communities. Helping adults grapple with this new challenge to their mental health and happiness can result in renewed commitment and conviction to fight this issue to regain complete recovery and wellness in their lives. Therapists need help on what to say, how to say it and how not to use shame, guilting and outing to get the adults to come to grips with this issues in their lives.


Learning Objectives

1. To learn about the impact of Compulsive pornography use on Adults in America today with an exploration of what types of pornography are out there and on what platforms they are present.

2.To learn about the neuroscience of watching pornography by adults which leads to the compulsive need for more pornography to satisfy the mesolimbic reward centers of the brain.

3. To learn techniques which adults can use to lessen the impact of compulsive pornography in their lives and to help them learn how to grow stronger, committed to strengthened personal growth and recovery despite what challenges come their way.

4. To learn about the resources to supplement the treatment of adults coping with compulsive pornography use, which can be incorporated into all types of institutions in the community churches, civic organizations and social media.

Pornography Therapeutic Interventions (4th of 4 Programs on Pornography Intervention)


CEU’s: 2-3 hours based on request (CE Broker Tracking #20-615478)


Resource for Course on Coping.us: 

http://www.coping.us/pornographyintervention.html

and

http://www.coping.us/seasmanual.html

and

http://www.coping.us/marriageworkout.html

and

http://www.coping.us/pathfinderparenting.html

and

http://www.coping.us/motivationalinterviewing.html


Description of the Program: This program takes an intervention orientation to an emerging epidemic of internet pornography which threatens communities in which youth, adults and marital spouses who have become addicted compulsive pornography users. There is a need to train mental health professionals in specific treatments strategies on how to assist youth, adults and spouses who are dealing with the grips of compulsive pornography use in their lives Therapists need to use tools which are easily accessible to develop their intervention strategies. Also, therapists need to learn how to conduct community wide education programming to awaken citizens to this crisis and to help them develop strategies on how to deal with it in their communities. Helping all community members to grapple with this new challenge to their mental health and happiness can result in renewed commitment and conviction to fight this issue so that the community can support those addicted to compulsive pornography use gain complete recovery and wellness in their lives. Therapists need help on what to say, how to say it and how not to use shame, guilting and outing to get the compulsive pornography users to come to grips with this issue in their lives. 


Learning Objectives

1. To learn about the impact of Compulsive pornography use on Youth, Adults and Married Couples in America today with an exploration of what types of pornography are out there and on what platforms they are present.

2 To learn about the neuroscience of watching pornography by Youth and Adults which leads to the compulsive need for more pornography to satisfy the mesolimbic reward centers of the brain.

3. To learn therapeutic techniques which clients can use to lessen the impact of compulsive pornography in their lives and to help them learn how to grow stronger committed to strengthened personal growth and recovery despite what challenges that come their way.

4. To learn about the resources to supplement the treatment of youth, adults and couples coping with compulsive pornography use, which can be incorporated and used in to all types of institutions in the community, churches, civic organizations and social media.