Are You Comfortable, Competent, and Confident
Working with Sex Issues in Therapy?
If not, I can help.
Enroll in my 16-week online training and enter into a transformative journey. By the end of the training, you will:
- Feel comfortable opening the conversation about sex with every client
- Have a roadmap for how to continue the conversation with confidence
- Ground your knowledge of sex and sexuality in accurate, hard-to-find information and effectively share that knowledge with your clients
- Expertly use a variety of unique tools and interventions specifically designed to improve your effectiveness working with sex issues
- Have a solid understanding of healthy sexuality and sexual function
- Understand how to assess and treat, or refer, many common sex issues
- Know where to go for more information when you need it
- Have several strategies for untangling the many factors underlying complex sex issues like desire discrepancy
- Know how to skillfully support differentiation in relationships, and understand why this is crucial to working with sex issues
- Be able to approach sex issues through a non‐judgmental, non‐pathologizing, multifactorial framework
- Understand anatomy and physiology of arousal and pleasure; provide accurate information to your clients and integrate this information for more effective treatment
You will be well supported along the way. The learning experience includes:
- Lots of individual attention, feedback, and consultation to support your learning process—more than you will receive in almost any other course on the market
- 8 videoconference class meetings, live with Martha, to ask questions, synthesize concepts, and apply course materials through case discussion
- Private online discussion group where you and your colleagues can ask Martha questions, discuss cases and support one another on the journey
- Access to a robust annotated resource list for further study, organized by topic for easy access when you need it
I hope you will join me for the 2019 group. Your clients need you to be able to discuss sex issues with competence, confidence, and comfort. And I want you to feel comfortable doing so.