Understanding Loss of Sexual Interest: Assessment & Treatment

w/ Suzanne Iasenza , PhD

  • Date: October 27, 2023
  • Time:
    9:30 am - 12:30 pm
  • Location: Online
  • Fee: $100.00
    FIW Alumni: $90.00
  • CEU's: 3
Sexual interest issues are frequently reported problems in couple psychotherapy.

How do we best understand the vicissitudes of sexual interest over the lifespan of couples including the absence of interest from the beginning of relationships to it’s decline over time.  How can therapists co-create safe therapeutic space to promote change in one of the most elusive of human experiences? 

We will discuss assessment and treatment techniques that help clarify the intrapsychic, interpersonal, developmental, and environmental factors that affect sexual interest. 

Cancellation Policy:  Cancel up to 2 weeks before event for a refund fee, minus a $30.00 administrative charge; Less than 2 weeks, credit applied towards a future workshop.  Visit our website at to register.

CEU’s:  CEU’s will be distributed to anyone holding a degree in social work and marriage and family therapy in the state of New York. If you have an out-of-state license, please contact your states education department and ask if they are willing to allow CEU’s from NYSED approved providers.  Please follow your state education departments rules and procedures. Evaluation forms will be emailed to you after the workshop and must be completed and emailed back to FIW in order to receive your CEU certificate.

The Family Institute of Westchester will offer this Workshop online via Zoom.  A link will be sent to all registered attendees one week prior to the date of the workshop

Contact us :

Family Institute of Westchester

333 Westchester Ave, St. E106, White Plains, NY 10604

914-777-3909 O  
914-341-1478 F


Suzanne Iasenza , PhD

Is on the faculties of the Adelphi University Derner Institute’s Postgraduate Program in Psychoanalysis, and the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy (ICP), where she is Co-Founder of the Sex Therapy Training Program (STP). She also teaches at the Ackerman Institute for the Family, the Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy and the Family Institute of Westchester. She maintains a private practice in psychotherapy and sex therapy in New York. Her latest book, Transforming Sexual Narratives: A Relational Approach to Sex Therapy was published by Routledge.