Talking About Sex: Essential Tools for Clinicians and ClergySeptember 17th, 2014Jenni Skyler, PhD, MSEd Sex Therapist, Board Certified Sexologist, Director, The Intimacy Institute for Sex and Relationship TherapyHost: Barry Erdman
About The Presentation
This program will offer clinicians and clergy the courage and tools to ask about sex in order to more comprehensively cover all the components of a client’s identity and human experience. Why it is important to ask our clients about their sexuality and/or sex lives When do we ask? How do we ask? And most importantly, what do we do with this information in order to best help our clients towards healthy sexuality and a more satisfying life?
About the Presenter
Jenni Skyler PhD, MSEd is a sex therapist and board certified sexologist. She has been the director of The Intimacy Institute for sex and relationship therapy in Boulder, Colorado for the past five years. She holds a doctorate in Clinical Sexology and a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Jenni has lectured nationwide and written numerous advice columns in SexualHealth.com, The Boulder Weekly, Boulder Jewish News, BuffSecret.com, and Kraze Magazine. She was most recently featured as the sexuality expert in the 5280 Health edition for top doctors. Read more about Dr. Jenni at www.theintimacyinstitute.org
Here are the key slides that participants we asking for – including my Intimacy Map.
The Intimacy Institute
Sex and Relationship Therapy