Robert Weiss

Elements Behavioral Health, therapist and author

Therapist and author specializing in sex/intimacy disorders; Senior Vice President of National Clinical Development for Elements Behavioral Health.

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Ousted studio exec Harvey Weinstein is reportedly seeking treatment. This raises a lot of questions: What kind of treatment? Does it work? Is it a ploy to change the conversation?

Is it possible to treat chronic sex offenders?

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