Hot to Trot: Integrated Women’s SexualityMay 18th, 2011Sat Tara Kaur Khalsa, MS, LPCPrivate Practice, BoulderHost: Laurie Branch
About the Presentation
Integrated Women’s Sexuality, developed by Sat Tara Kaur Khalsa, is a comprehensive, holistic and clearly organized therapeutic approach to women’s sexuality. Many things can affect one’s sexual response, including one’s relationship, physical health, communication, hormone balance, attitudes towards sex, family history, trauma history, and more.
If you are a clergyperson or therapist who does marital therapy, this presentation may well give you new insights, including demystifying women’s sexuality by identifying the 17 factors that affect a woman’s sexual response. An experiential and mindful exercise will be included. A handout will be provided for further exploration.
About the Presenter
Sat Tara Kaur Khalsa, MS, LPC, received her B.A. from Smith College and her Master of Science Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling in 1974. Since that time, she has been in the mental health field in a variety of settings. In 2002, she developed her model of Integrated Women’s Sexuality, a model that honors the physical, emotional, relational and spiritual complexity of a woman’s sexual response. She is particularly delighted to offer a gentle but powerful form of Neuro-Emotional Processing called “Brainspotting”. She has taught Kundalini Yoga and Meditation since 1972, combining it with psychotherapy to create Personalized Wellness Programs.
Sat Tara has received extensive training in Mediation, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Eriksonian Hypnotherapy, Brainspotting, E.M.D.R. and various other modalities. She is the author of numerous CDs, articles and a book entitled Divorce Survival and Recovery. For seven years of her career she worked as a social worker handling hundreds of cases of child abuse and sexual abuse. In private practice, she has assessed hundreds of cases regarding custody and divorce issues. She is a former faculty member of the Institute for Advanced Dispute Resolution.
Sat Tara has been actively involved in community service through a group she founded five years ago called the Women’s Global Forum, a consortium of over 100 organizations and individuals doing international work. She has also worked extensively in Collaborative Law and community mediation. She is the past president of Women Caring for Women. Sat Tara has been a Sikh since 1972. She speaks several languages and has an interest in other cultures.
Handout: Low Libido?
For information about women’s sexuality, Brainspotting, and Yoga and Wellness:www.SatTaraTherapy.com