Sex and the hijacked brain - training day
About this training day
We all recognise different parts of ourselves that behave and feel differently in different circumstances. We may notice, say, sexual, serious, clever, funny, creative or shy parts.
What we don’t necessarily realise is that we can become hijacked by depressed or traumatised parts so that we aren’t functioning as the people we want to be.
In sex and relationship therapy, they can rob people of the ability to be playful, inventive and sexy.
What you will learn
This study day will introduce you to some parts theory and show how you can use this to help clients re-engage with their sexual selves, with advice and exercises to start using right away.
This Cosrt live seminar will be delivered by Cate Campbell; a sex, relationships and trauma therapist, supervisor, writer and lecturer. She has a particular interest in trauma and attachment. She is a lecturer with the Foundation for Counselling & Relationship Studies and previously with the Relate Institute.