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Watch Video > : “Raising America’s Porn Literacy—and Managing America’s Porn Panic”

  • How has our access to porn changed in recent years?
  • What is “porn panic,” and how do we address it?
  • What does science actually say about how porn affects our lives?

In this webinar we learn more about how to build “porn literacy” and understand what science actually says about how sexually explicit material actually affects us, our relationships, and our society.

Dr. Marty Klein, best-selling author, therapist, and lecturer shares his insights as offered in his new book, His Porn, Her Pain. (Order today)

This FREE webinar is part of the Online Learning Series offered by the Institute for Mind Body Therapy.

 

 

IMBT holds “Be expanded in the Triadic Model” in Philadelphia, PA

  • Are you a mental health provider, bodyworker, or somatic practitioner interested in surrogate partner therapy?
  • Are you seeking to specialize in human sexuality?
  • Would you benefit from growing your practice and increasing referrals?

8c06a198-ca43-48df-9772-a42c698c3defThe Institute held a  three-day workshop in Philadelphia, PA to teach clinicians, body practitioners, and others more about how to work with other professionals that are supporting clients in mind body interventions. The workshop helps participants learn more about how to work within an expanded model that supports multiple integrative mind/body modalities.

Dr. Susan Kaye, sexuality educator, therapist, and intimacy coach, and Andrés Cordero, Ph.D. student in human sexuality, sexuality educator, and embodiment coach,facilitated conversations with guests who shared their insights about how to work with many clients, including those that are shy or socially challenged; grieving from a life circumstance; lacking sexual self-confidence; survivors of abuse, assault, or trauma; lacking a positive body image; struggling with emotional disconnect and physical disfunction; and others.

Guest speakers included:

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William Stayton, Ph.D.

Professor, Clinical Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist

 

 

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Carol Cobb-Nettleton, Ph.D.

Founder, Wayne Counseling Center, Therapist, and Specialist in  Sexuality, Disability, and Gender Dysphoria

 

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Mitchell Tepper, Ph.D.

Internationally-recognized Sexologist, Disability Expert, and pioneer in the application of Telemedicine to sexual health

 

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Michele Angello, Ph.D.

Author, Clinical Psychologist and Gender Specialist

 

 

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Reverend Beverly Dale

Writer, Performer, Ordained Minister and Specialist in Christian-based Sexual Wounding

 

This 3-day workshop was part of the Experiential Learning Series offered by the Institute for Mind Body Therapy. It is the first step in applying for surrogate partner certification through the Institute for Mind Body Therapy.

Watch Video > : “A team of three – Supporting your clients by working with other professionals”

Originally broadcast on Thursday, July 21, 2016

One of the most important distinctions your clients can make is this difference. For one, the need for touch is a different need than the need for sexual expression, and once you can take them apart, they can meet each of those needs more authentically. On this call, we’ll talk about that difference, what the needs actually are and how to help your client (and maybe yourself) be able to tell the difference and actually meet the needs.

For most people, this means being able to experience touch that is not about sex – and doesn’t feel like sex – which for many people is even more frightening than sex. It opens a different door in the heart, and often a more vulnerable one.