Sexuality & Recovery is an online workshop presented in two parts. It is highly recommended that participants attend both parts.
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Sexuality & Recovery is designed for individuals and couples who desire a safe space to intentionally deepen their understanding of healthy sexuality.
This workshop will place an emphasis on exploring sexual health for those in recovering relationships but is open to participants who are not in recovery but want to improve their sexual relationship or increase their understanding of their own sexuality.
Who Should Attend this Workshop?
- Individuals or couples in recovery who want to learn more about sexual health.
Individuals or couples who are dealing with sexual betrayal and want to heal the negative impacts to their sexual relationship.
Those interested in understanding how their childhood impacted sexual development and influenced beliefs and thinking they may still hold as adults.
- Anyone who wants to better understand their and/or their partner’s sexuality and grow in sexual and emotional intelligence.
- Define sexual health and the personal values that shape and guide sexual expression
- Identify the dimensions of healthy sexuality
- Identify communication styles around sexual issues
- Increase ease and self-confidence in communicating about sexual matters
- Learn about common sexual problems and how to address them
- Identify common fears inhibiting sexual expression and how to work with these fears to move them out of the way
- Increase knowledge and understanding of desire and arousal
Michelle Mays, LPC, CSAT-S is the Founder of PartnerHope.com and the Center for Relational Recovery, an outpatient treatment center located in Northern Virginia. She has helped hundreds of betrayed partners and sexually addicted clients transform their lives and relationships. Michelle is the author of The Aftermath of Betrayal and When It All Breaks Bad and leads the field in identifying and crafting effective treatment strategies for betrayed partners.