Jun 14, 2020
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Mormon Sex Info interviews Dr. Doug Braun-Harvey for part five in a 6-part series to discuss the principles of Sexual Health, developed by the World Health Organization.
The fifth principle of “shared values” is discussed in length and detail. How do our values get shaped? What’s the difference between our beliefs and our values? What happens when we have competing values that are in conflict with one another? Or when we have competing values and/or beliefs with our sexual partner?
Douglas Braun-Harvey is a sexual health author, trainer and psychotherapist. Doug is a co-founder of the The Harvey Institute, an international education, training, consulting and supervision service for Improving health care through integration of sexual health. He teaches and trains nationally and internationally linking sexual health principles within drug and alcohol treatment, group psychotherapy, HIV prevention and treatment, and child maltreatment. Previous publications include “Sexual Health in Recovery: Professional Counselor’s Manual” (2011) and “Sexual Health in Drug and Alcohol Treatment: Group Facilitator’s Manual”(2009). Doug is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Group Psychotherapist and Certified Sex Therapist. He currently serves as Treasurer of AASECT and, as an alumni of the University of Minnesota, to join their Advisory Board for the Program in Human Sexuality in which he is a founding donor of the Doug Braun-Harvey Fellowship in Compulsive Sexual Behavior. He has been providing individual and group therapy in his San Diego private practice since 1987.