- How can talk pros and touch pros work more closely together to support their clients?
- What is the Expanded Triadic Model, and how can it benefit you in your practice?
- What role does the Institute for Mind Body Therapy play in supporting you as a talk pro or touch pro?
Watch this FREE webinar as we learn more about how the IMBT helps to expand knowledge, create community, and build bridges of understanding between and among practitioners of mind-body practices.
Working in the mind-body arena can be challenging, whether you support clients primarily through touch or body-based work, or you support them through counseling and conversation. By learning more from those who offer different, yet complementary practices, creating relationships to work together, and participate in the larger community, you can build upon your practice, receive additional support, and enhance your interactions with clients.
During this webinar, join Dr. Kaye and Andrés as we learn more about the Institute and its offerings, and how they can benefit you as a mind-body practitioners.
This FREE webinar is part of the Online Learning Series offered by the Institute for Mind Body Therapy.
About Susan Kaye, Ph.D. and Andrés Cordero, M.B.A.
Dr. Susan Kaye has more than 20 years of experience as a body worker and yoga teacher, and more than 10 years as an intimacy coach, sex educator, specialist in the arena of sex surrogacy, and as a professor in Human Sexuality. As co-founder, president, and chief executive officer of the Institute for Mind Body Therapy, Susan believes that our cultural life is lived “in our heads.” She believes that people need to live more fully from the “neck down” for healthy balance. Her career path has taught her to help others remove years of emotional pain, trauma, secrecy, and ignorance, and enabled them to reclaim their lost pleasure birthrights of celebrating our physical being, exquisite sensuality and blissful sexuality.
Andrés Cordero, Jr., M.B.A., currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Sexuality Policy Leadership, Human Sexuality, at the California Institute of Integral Studies, currently serves as executive director of the Institute for Mind Body Therapy. A trained embodiment coach, sacred intimate, and sexuality educator, Andrés believes in the innate value of collaborative partnerships among practitioners to support clients for both therapeutic and as well as pleasure and life enhancement purposes. He is preparing to examine the phenomenon of sacred intimacy for his dissertation, and has delivered embodiment-based trainings, presentations, and lectures on topics related to embodiment, self-development, and human sexuality.