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For Professionals: Understanding Sexual Pain and Anxiety

Check below for a press release from our friends Talli Y. Rosenbaum, M.Sc., PT, IF and Tammy Nelson, PhD, LPC who are offering a virtual seminar on Understanding Sexual Pain and Anxiety for those in health professions!

Just Relax! Understanding Sexual Pain & Anxiety

A two-hour teleseminar by Talli Rosenbaum & Dr. Tammy Nelson

Available June 11, 2013, as MP3 files: LISTEN ANYTIME

$99 (approved for 2 AASECT CEs)

To Register:

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This two-hour course for therapists and health professionals will address sexual health and function, the pelvic floor, and the roles that pain, anxiety and cultural factors play in the dynamics of relationships. This course will focus on the problems and solutions for pain and anxiety during sex and the ways that these issues impact relationships. We will cover vestibulodynia, vaginismus, unconsummated relationships, and couples who report, “we can’t have sex” for a variety of reasons related to complaints about sexual discomfort.

Part One: Understanding and treating sexual pain disorders

Objective: Participants will be introduced to the multi-factorial nature of sexual pain and to mindfulness based treatment protocol to address anxiety and aversion in women with sexual pain disorders

Part Two: Exploring the dynamics of anxiety and pain – Unconsummated Relationships and Sexual Aversion

Objective: Participants will be introduced to a biopsychosocial approach to the phenomena of unconsummated marriage.

Talli Yehuda Rosenbaum, M.Sc., PT, IF, is both a physical therapist and an AASECT certified sex therapist, who is an internationally recognized expert on the integrated roles of physiotherapy, sex therapy, and couples therapy, in the treatment of sexual pain disorders and unconsummated relationships.

Tammy Nelson, PhD, LPC, is a Certified Sexologist and a Certified Imago Therapist. She is the author of Getting the Sex You Want: Shed Your Inhibitions and Reach New Heights of Passion Together, and The New Monogamy; Redefining Relationships After Infidelity.

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