RCGP Accredited Workshop

Since 2017 The Reward Foundation has been awarded RCGP Accredited status to deliver a one-day workshop accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners of the United Kingdom on Pornography and Sexual Dysfunctions. It provides 7 CPD points for the full-day version and 4 credits for the half-day version. You can get more details of each course or begin a booking by clicking on this link.

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RCGP is the professional membership body and guardian of standards for family doctors working to promote excellence in primary healthcare. As a General Practitioner (GP), maintaining your knowledge and keeping your skills up-to-date through Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a professional responsibility. GPs are required to undertake 50 credits (hours) of Continuing Professional Education each year as a part of their professional revalidation process.

The Core Principles for Continuing Professional Development from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges provides guidance on how medical professionals should undertake their CPD. This course may be relevant for gaining CPD credits for members of the following Medical Royal Colleges:

Our course is also open to lawyers, educationalists and other professionals. The Law Society of Scotland accepts it for CPD under their self-certification protocol.

The Impact of Internet Pornography on Mental and Physical Health

Our one-day workshop offers 6 hours of face-to-face teaching and an hour of pre-course reading, delivering up to 7 hours of CPD credits.

A half-day version of the workshop is available on request. We can also deliver the full course as half-day sessions over 2 days or as 2-hour sessions over 3 days.


Course content is fully evidence-based and offers a good opportunity for reflective learning and discussion, which covers:


  1. Definitions of sexual health issues linked to pornography
  2. Brain basics regarding addiction
  3. Pornography usage and its implications
  4. Impact on physical health
  5. Impact on mental health – adults and adolescents
  6. Treatment options
  7. Challenges in practice

Teaching materials include supporting handouts. Attendees will have access to a range of online resources, including extensive links to the underlying research papers.

If you would like The Reward Foundation to deliver this workshop to your practice, Royal College or Health Board, please drop us a note using the contact form at the bottom of this page. We have experience in teaching in the USA and around Europe.