SSTAR 2022 Fall Clinical Case Conference: Hybrid, In-Person & Virtual - Register online here.
October 21, 2022
Etc. venues - 360 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10017 and Virtually
The SSTAR 2022 Fall Clinical Case Conference will be held Friday, October 21, at Etc. venues 360 Madison in New York and also virtually via Zoom. This meeting is designed for practicing sex therapists, psychologists, physicians, advanced practice nurses, marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers, other health care professionals, and researchers seeking state-of-the-art information on the rapidly evolving field of human sexuality. The primary goal of the meeting is to serve as a multidisciplinary forum in which to discuss the clinical assessment and management, ethical and societal issues, and outcome of sex therapy interventions in clinical cases.
Assessing and Treating the Damage to a Couple’s Emotional and Sexual Connection
Presenter: Laurie Mintz, PhD and Discussant: Marta Meana, PhD
Afternoon Session: Liberated Spaces – The Complexities of Integrating Sexuaal Health into Meth Recovery
Presenter: Michael A. Vigorito, LMFT, CGP, CST-S and Discussant: Jason Winters, PhD
Hotel: A limited block of rooms has been reserved at the Gotham Hotel in New York for SSTAR attendees at a rate of $329 per night for a Midtown Balcony King room. Book now to reserve the SSTAR Rate! Please Click Here to reserve your room online and use the group code SSTAR. Or call Dominique Lahens at the hotel at 646-396-2705 to make reservations, referenceing the “SSTAR” meeting. Please book your room by by Tuesday, September 22 to guarantee the SSTAR rate.
SSTAR 48th Annual Meeting - Sex Science for Social Change (in person and including a virtual option!)
May 4 - May 7, 2023
Tampa Marriott Waterfront and Virtually
Kristen Mark, PhD – Scientific Program Chair
Samantha Dawson, PhD – Scientific Program Co-chair
Abstracts are now being accepted for consideration for the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR). SSTAR meetings are devoted to understanding and treating a wide variety of sexual health concerns within cultural context. Abstracts may include empirical research, clinical observation, or theoretical formulations. Presentations may be given orally or in poster format. Judging selection for various awards begins with the abstracts. New poster award categories include recognition for research that focuses on the sexual health of marginalized groups, and we highly encourage submission of this work.
Submission Deadline: October 14, 2022
Details on submission requirements can be found here.