Sex, lies and technology with Susan Tyler - online workshop
This workshop will be delivered via Zoom online.
Why are people having less sex than ever? What role does technology play in this and how can we understand it clinically?
- Would you like toexplore the impact of technology, artificial intelligence and the internet on sex, desire and relationships to address these issues in therapy?
- How technology has affected sexual and erotic norms over the last two decades?
- Would you like to learn how the sexual use of technology (via internet porn, AI and fantasy relationships) can be understood and used therapeutically to enhance connection and avoid dehumanisation?
By the end of this workshop you will:
- Have abroader understanding of how technology influences and subverts the work of desire.
- Be able to link ways technology can be used to express internal conflicts.
- Gain ideas of how to help clients use technology as a bridge to connection rather than an escape or psychic retreat.
- To know how therapy can help when the use of technology has become addictive or perverse.
Sue Tyler is a psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice in central London and Brighton. She is currently training as a Jungian Analyst at the SAP.
Psychotherapists and counsellors in private practice and trainees. The focus of the workshop will be psychodynamic but practitioners in other modalities are welcome to apply.
Applications must be received by Thursday, 17th February 2022.
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Hosted by WPF Therapy
WPF Therapy is a well established and respected therapy training organisation. Throughout the year we provide CPD workshops and lectures to augment the clinical and theoretical learning offered by training organisations. This also offers the opportunity to focus on topics pertinent to the clinical work provided by new and established practitioners.