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Sex and Aging
Thursday, September 19, 2019, 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM EST
Category: Affiliate Programs

Middlesex County Association of Psychologists presents Sex and Aging
Date of Program: September 19, 2019
Venue Address: Rutger’s Club, 985 East Street Piscataway, NJ
Activity Schedule: Luncheon at 11:30 AM; Program 12 to 2 PM
Continuing Education Credit Available: 2 CE

Cost of Program: MCAP Members: $30.00. Non-MCAP Members: $35.00. ECP Members $20. Student Members $15. Registration link: 
https://www.mcapnj.org/upcoming-events


Refund Policy: On Request

Additional Fees: CE obtained through NJPA; $15.00 NJPA Members; $25.00 non-NJPA Members and No fee for NJPA sustaining members.
This workshop is sponsored by NJPA. NJPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. NJPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content

Presenter:  Marilyn Lyga, PhD
Marilyn Lyga received her PhD in 1982 after having completed training at Ohio State University. She is Board certified in Counseling Psychology, and is ASSECT (pronounced “A sect”) certified in sex therapy. She teaches sex therapy at Seton Hall University in their marriage and family professional psychology program, and is in private practice in Basking Ridge and in Princeton. She has presented nationally in the field of sex therapy, and has written for publication on the subject, most recently an article entitled “Knowing what you don’t know: Treating eroticism vs intimacy”.

Program Narrative:
What distinguishes those couples who maintain an active sex life into their 70’s and 80’s from those that don’t. We know from the research that it’s not a matter of health status- couples who are disabled can still be great lovers. In this lecture, Marilyn Lyga will discuss the effect of aging on relationship and self-esteem, and what can be done for those couples who want to continue to have an active erotic life with age.

Learning Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. Identify the major sexual health problems that occur with advancing age.
2. Identify the challenges to self-concept that such health problems cause, and implications for the couple.
3. Apply treatment strategies that assist patients coming to terms with their “new normal”.

Target Audience: Psychologists
Program sophistication: Introductory, no prior knowledge of the specific topic is required

Identification of Conflicts of Interest and Commercial Support – None

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Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations are available upon request. Requests must be made at least 14 days prior to the event.