Sex in the therapy room
Sex is an important part of many people’s lives, and can have an impact on a persons’ emotional well-being. Sex can be overlooked in therapy.
The key areas this morning will look at are:
- Personal attitudes towards sex and how this impacts on discussing sex in therapy.
- Exploring the correlation between depression/anxiety and a person’s sex life.
- How you can introduce and explore a person’s sex life in a person-centred way.
- Erotic transference; how to identify this and work with it in the therapy room.
About the host
Jill Ulman & Sue Crossland
Jill works at Harrogate College since 2010 and also for North Yorkshire Adult Learning and Skills Sector.
Sue has worked as a counsellor in the NHS and private practice for 9 years.
They each have a wide range of experience writing training courses and working creatively to make training stimulating and engaging.