An introduction to psychosexual and relationship therapy
This workshop will introduce how to work with psychosexual issues within the therapy. It will cover working with individuals and couples. We will also be introducing how to work with couples in crisis.
What will be covered?
The day will be interactive, allowing the attendees to see a trained psychosexual and relationship therapist working with a couple’s presentation of psychosexual and relationship problems.
- Case studies and live supervision
- Knowledge of psychosexual presentation
- A knowledge of the developmental and enhancement models for couples/relationship work
- Tools to work with psychosexual/relationship presentations
- A clear pathway of how to train and qualify as a psychosexual and relationship therapist.
If unresolved, these issues can have a significant impact on individual, sexual, emotional, and relationship functioning and well-being.
People may seek psychosexual therapy for a wide range of issues, including:
- issues with sexual intimacy.
- difficulties with orgasm.
- sexual diversity.
- male erection problems (erectile dysfunction).
- orgasming too quickly (premature ejaculation).
- sexual trauma.
- sexual abuse.
- loss of sexual desire and arousal difficulties.
- sexual phobias.
- dyspareunia (pain during sex).
- vaginismus (difficulty or inability to have penetrative sex).
Couples can experience problems with many areas of their lives, from dealing with roles and patterns in relationships, “stuckness”, conflict, dealing with affairs, trust, intimacy, and sexual issues.
Part of the therapy process will help you to uncover and work with difficulties that are keeping you in the same unhelpful patterns and enable you to develop ways to become happier and more positive.
About Keeley Mardon
Keeley Mardon is the Director if Aurora Therapy Centre. She had over 15 years in the field of therapy. She delivers training for the Naos Institute and University ‘s in the South East of the UK