What’s New with Sex?
Energy Psychology Conference, May 16, 2020
(1 CE hour**)
Sexuality issues can challenge a clinician’s skill set in a world where virtual reality, artificial intelligence, teledildonics, sex robots, tantra, BDSM, expanded definitions of monogamy, polyamory and more have changed our understanding of sexual behavior and relationships. Our beliefs, values and ideas can be challenged by this changing landscape. Exploring unconventional sexual practices will help us face our preconceived notions and countertransference issues around sex and intimacy. We will also learn how to effectively discuss these issues with our clients.
Describe 2 behavioral communication skills you can use to intervene around sex and intimacy in order to decrease your own and clients’ anxiety in a session.
Define sexual wellness and describe how your sex-related stereotypes may impact treatment outcomes.
Register for the Conference to enjoy Tammy’s Keynote
Tammy Nelson, PhD, is a board-certified sexologist, certified sex and couples therapist, and certified Imago Relationship therapist. She is author of several books on sex and couples therapy. Tammy is the director and founder of the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute in Washington DC., a training institute and think tank focused on obtaining and creating sustainable relationships.