Sex Addiction: What you need to know
Rick Isenberg, M.D. serves as medical director at Psychological Counseling Services (Scottsdale AZ), a premier outpatient treatment center for sexual and other process addictions, where he focuses on the mind-body connection and integrative medicine. Dr. Isenberg also is the Executive Director of the American Foundation for Addiction Research (AFAR) and is presently directing a multicenter study of the genetics and psychopathology of sexual addiction.
Dr. Isenberg is a certified sex addiction therapist and serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling. Dr. Isenberg is pursuing a Master’s Degree in clinical counseling.
Dr. Isenberg is a licensed Obstetrician/Gynecologist, with subspecialty in pelvic reconstructive surgery and uro-gynecology, and a focus on menopausal issues and human sexuality. Dr. Isenberg has sixteen years of experience in clinical research with research interests including acute and chronic pain, cancer screening, incontinence and wound healing. Dr. Isenberg has served on the medical faculties of the University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University.
Dr. Isenberg has authored text book chapters, original research, and review articles in the medical literature on subjects including sexual addiction, human sexuality, pain management, wound healing and complications of surgery.