Intimate conversations with practitioners - Workshop
WHO SHOULD COME?
Psychologists, Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Doctors, Nurses, Allied Health Practitioners, Alternative Medicine Practitioners, Sexual Health Practitioners
Date: Monday 26 March 2018
Time: 9am – 5pm
Cost: $340 (early bird $295, before 02 March)
Where: Cambridge Hotel, 212 Riley Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010
People find it so difficult to talk about sex yet it is such an important part life. In the words of Shirley MacLaine sex is hardly ever about sex! It’s easy to pathologise dysfunction and treat sexual issues in isolation, yet they very rarely occur outside of people’s lives and relationships.
Participants will learn why sex is so important and methods to allow easy communication and an open and relaxed way with their clients, patients or even their own loved ones! This includes personal and relational influences in clients lives as well as sitting with the emotions that may come up for them.
Tanya will give participants language and techniques to help them bring up and discuss sex, sexuality and sexual issues with their clients.
An in-depth look at sexual issues faced by individuals and couples; causes; useful interventions and processes that you can use to help your clients.
THIS WORKSHOP WILL COVER
- Relationship pulse check: communication, patterns (useful and not useful)
- Sexual expectations/beliefs/meanings and their impacts on libido, performance, relationships and self esteem
- The importance of consent
- Factors affecting desire
- Desire and arousal systems
- Tips on how to make time and space for intimacy in long-term relationships
- Male and female sexual dysfunctions that you may encounter in a treatment environment
- The physiology of pleasure – how it works, what feels good and what doesn’t!
- Case studies
To Register, fill in a registration form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a PDF flyer, click here.