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CPD Course

Saturday June 12th 10:00-17:00

Key psychosexual tools that every psychotherapist should have

with Silva Neves

COSRT-accredited and UKCP-registered psychosexual and relationship therapist. Specialising in EMDR therapy, compulsive sexual behaviours and trauma.

Most therapists report feeling uncomfortable talking to clients about their sex lives because traditional psychotherapy does not cover this essential skill. We aim to bridge the gap in this CPD training which covers:

1. Common sexual difficulties that clients present with

2. Essential knowledge about gender, sexuality and relationship diversity

3. Common psychosexual methods you can employ with your clients

4. Exploring your own sexual and relationship biases

You will receive a 6-hour CPD certificate for this workshop which includes lectures, self-reflection and Q&A.

Book now £100

*The course lectures will be recorded. If you are unable to make it on the day, you can click to register your interest and we will get in touch with the details.

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Access to:

-expert tutorials and video on a range of psychosexual issues

-clinically proven exercises and techniques

-mindfulness exercises for specific sexual issues

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We’re offering free expert memberships to professionals so they can use our resources in their private practice.

Use the clinically-proven exercises and techniques as part of the support you give your clients. Our content can help your clients and their partners with a range of specific sexual issues, including:

-erectile dysfunction, close to 3/5 men in the USA have suffered from this

-premature ejaculation, experienced by between 30% and 40% of men

-delayed ejaculation, affects around 10% of men

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