Neurosexuality of Traumatic Brain Injury


 

FREE NEUROSEXUALITY OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY TWO-PART WEBINAR

Mon, Oct 11, 2021:
Prerecorded
90 minutes
Available until the start of the live webinar


And

Mon, Oct 25, 2021:
Guided Discussion
90 minutes
5:00pm-6:30pm

 

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In collaboration with DMHAS ABI Program:
Please join us for this FREE two-part virtual webinar

Presented by Alexander Moreno:

Dr. Alexander Moreno is a licensed Clinical Neuropsychologist/Psychologist member of the College of Psychologists of Quebec (Ordre des Psychologues du Québec, OPQ) in Canada and the College of Psychologists of Colombia (Colegio Colombiano de Psicólogos, COLPSIC). He holds a master's degree in health psychology from the National University of Colombia, a doctoral degree in cognitive sciences and neuropsychology from the University of Montreal and completed his postdoctoral fellowship at McGill University. Currently, Dr. Moreno is an adjunct professor in the Department of Psychology at Université de Montréal and works as a Clinical Neuropsychologist/Psychologist at Notre-Dame Hospital in Montreal (CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal). For several years, he has been working in the areas of rehabilitation and neurodisability. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed scientific and review articles in the areas of neurosexuality, health psychology, neuropsychology, and neurorehabilitation. At Notre-Dame Hospital, he supervises clinical and research students at the bachelors, masters and doctoral levels in palliative care, grief and loss issues, neurocognitive disorders, and neurorehabilitation. As a researcher, a clinician, and a mentor, he advocates for the inclusion of clients’ intervention priorities in individuals with brain injuries and their families. He is also a researcher at Quebec Network for Research on Aging (RQRV) and the Réseau québécois de recherche en soins palliatifs et de fin de vie (RQSPAL). He is also a Researcher and Laboratory Director at the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal (CRIUGM).

 

Please see below for the anticipated agenda:

 

•Introduction to neurosexuality

•TBI and sexuality

Study 1 : Experiences, attitudes, and needs related to sexuality in individuals with TBI

Study 2 : A taxonomy of sexuality following TBI

Study 3 : Postconcussion symptoms and sexual quality of life in individuals with TBI

Study 4 : Risky sexual behavior, dysexecutive problems, and mental health after TBI

Study 5 : Sociosexuality and infidelity after TBI

Study 6 : Changing the culture of neurodisability – LGBTQIA+ issues

•Therapeutic models

•Conclusions

 

*Content is subject to change upon decision of presenter

 

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Questions?

Contact Cassandra Riley

860-994-7962 // criley@biact.org