Pathway 1I – What They’re not Telling You: The Neuroscience of How Trauma Treatment Triggers Spontaneous Sexuality Change [P1I-22-23]

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Dr. Joseph Nicolosi Jr., clinical psychologist, details the new neuroscientific findings of how trauma treatment can trigger spontaneous sexuality changes. New brain scan evidence will be reviewed, and a short video of a young man and this very new approach will be played. Dr. Nicolosi Jr. is convinced that this approach is innovative and will inevitably play a role in revolutionizing the future of this work.

Proposed Learning Objectives

  • Identify a possible difference between male same-sex and opposite-sex attractions in the brain.
  • Give an example of how non-volitional (spontaneous) sexuality change for women occurred in one brain-scan study.
  • Provide evidence that spontaneous sexuality change can be triggered by activating short-term memory.
  • Provide an example of a technique that can trigger spontaneous sexuality change by activating short-term memory.
  • Explain how a therapist can learn more about how to train in this approach.

Course Content


  • Video Lesson