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2-part mini-workshop:

How to Get a Strong Start Talking
About Sex in Therapy:

Why, When, How, and Then What?

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“Bringing Up Sex in Therapy: When, Why, and How” and

“Brief Assessment: The Right Questions to Ask your Clients about Sex”

Free 2-part mini-workshop

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Why, When, How, and Then What?”

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By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Bring up the topic of sex with confidence, and follow through skillfully
  • Use a simple yet powerful brief assessment tool
  • Put your clients at ease by asking the right questions about sex
  • Prevent harm by identifying urgent issues before it’s too late
  • Make skilled and targeted referrals when needed; stay within your scope of practice
  • Create a treatment plan that covers all the bases

Here’s what people are saying:

Martha has an incredible talent to teach complicated material in a digestible way. Every time I have heard Martha present, I have implemented what I have learned in my sessions right away. I am incredibly grateful for all I have learned from her and believe the couples I work with have benefited from all she has taught me.

Kelly Scharver, Couples Counselor, Virginia

Martha’s brief assessment is a fantastic tool. It helps me elicit crucial information and categorize a labyrinth of possible concerns regarding sexual interactions. My clients have stated that the questions are gentle and thorough, and allow them to focus on parts of their sexual interactions they have not even considered previously.

Lauren C. Ostrowski, MA, LPC, NCC, DCC, CCTP
Licensed Professional Counselor, Pennsylvania

Martha’s brief assessment has become my go-to tool for initiating conversations around sexual challenges, and assessing the components. It gives me a clean, simple, easy-to-remember format. I also use it to to track my clients’ progress over time.

Rev. Erich Moraine, Certified IFS Practitioner

I have used Martha Kauppi’s brief assessment tool twice now with clients (since learning it yesterday) and IT’S LIKE MAGIC! Wow! So happy to have that — thank you, thank you!

Jenny Glick, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Denver, CO