Patients typically want sex to be simple, natural, and spontaneous—but it isn’t.
We can’t make sex natural or spontaneous, but we CAN make it less complicated. We can empower people with the emotional, communication, and practical tools they need. And we can help them reshape their narratives, developing ideas about sex that involve adequacy, pleasure, intimacy, and fun.
Despite social factors—including religion, our sex-negative culture, and Hollywood and porn—we can help people face their personal issues: WHY they’re afraid or angry about sex, WHY they won’t communicate with their partner, WHY they fear their fantasies and preferences, WHY they’re afraid of failing in bed. And why they are SO embarrassed or ashamed.
This webinar is about empowering people. We can help individuals and couples create sexuality as a place of comfort and ease, a place where they can’t make a mistake, a place where they can be recognized and accepted exactly as they are.
In this down-to-earth, practical seminar we’ll examine:
- Helping clients overcome performance anxiety
- Helping couples confront why they don’t have sex
- Why sexual relaxation is more important than sexual excitement
- Kinky sex: Problem, solution, orientation, or good clean fun?
- Couples counseling when pornography is an issue
- Helping clients discover their conditions for sexual desire and pleasure