SCHOLARSHIP, TRAINING & RESOURCES FOR SEXUAL HEALTH

The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health ( SASH ) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting sexual health and addressing the escalating consequences of problematic sexual behaviors affecting individuals, families and communities. Seeking collaboration among clinical, educational, legal, policy, and research professionals, SASH advocates a multifactorial approach to address problematic sexual behaviors, further research and to promote sexual health in general..


SASH is Coming to Virginia Beach, 2018!


ATPSB Level 2 Dallas TX, April 6-7, 2018


 

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR GOLD MEMBERS


We need to talk about sex addiction. By Paula Hall, a SASH member.
Out of Control Sexual Behavior...

September 14, 2017
Mark Bell, SASH, sex addiction, recovery

Recovery: The Air We Breathe

Are You Doing Whatever it Takes to Recover?   During my 8½ year tenure at PCS (Psychological Counseling Services, Ltd) I sat in many sessions during […]
September 13, 2017

BETRAYAL BLINDNESS: AN ADAPTIVE RESPONSE TO BETRAYAL TRAUMA

Denial or Betrayal Blindness? The impact to attachment Many betrayed partners enter therapy in a state of shock and disbelief, reeling from the discovery of their […]
August 4, 2017
men, OCSB, SASH, Michael Crocker, sex addiction

Why are Men More Vulnerable to OCSB?

Male Vulnerability to Out-of-Control Sexual Behavior The majority of individuals who experience out of control sexual behavior are men.  Why?  This question is complex as is […]
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MISSION STATEMENT

The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) is a nonprofit multidisciplinary organization...

...dedicated to scholarship, clinical training, and resources for promoting sexual health and overcoming problematic sexual behaviors.* *sex addiction, hypersexual disorder, out of control sexual behavior, sexual impulsivity, sexual abuse.

SASH VISION

SASH envisions a society...

...in which the stigma and ignorance, which currently define the perception of out of control sexual behavior, no longer exist. Instead, adequate and effective treatment modalities exist to properly address the issue.