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Let’s not talk about sex - a workshop for people who offer couple work
Accredited course, £130 per day inclusive of refreshments and all course material. If booking all three workshops together (loss, geno, and sex) then a discount of £60 will be applied (£330 for all three workshops).
Being bold in talking about sex in the therapy room is quite a hesitant process with most therapists. Sex in our culture is usually a taboo subject, and as such it’s something we would withdraw from exploring or using in the therapeutic process. At the end of this day, you will feel more comfortable and able to freely and openly discuss the sexual aspects of all humans with your clients.
In this experiential full-day workshop we will explore the familiarisation of working with a sexual focus in our work with clients. Learn the language and understand the terminology that sexual groups use and have as part of their relationships with the world.
It will desensitise any stereotypical views you may have from your cultural norms, and increase your awareness of the vast difference we all have as our sexual identity and norms. It will give you more awareness of how you might help all clients to be more fulfilled in their sexual relationships with themselves and others.
It will also give you the tools to help both you and your clients to have a meaningful and fulfilling sexual relationship.
Join us today in this fascinating topic and expand your awareness and understanding of the things we don't talk about but should.
All enquires please contact Ian on 07769 976 620 or via email@example.com.
About Ian Wallace
Ian is a qualified Counsellor/Supervisor and Teacher having over 11,000 hours of client work and a specialist in helping people develop their skills. He constructs and facilitates workshops/training programs around the country for professionals, extending their awareness in understanding the human dynamic and helping people through difficult times.