May 1, 2020

Reclaiming Shame—When Porn Informs Therapy 12PM  -  12:30PM Reclaiming Shame—When Porn Informs Therapy 210 W 50th St, NYC

Reclaiming Shame—When Porn Informs Therapy

For most of us, sex is a subjective, lived experience that is as unique as our genetic make-up, our upbringing, our thoughts, values, feelings, beliefs and ideas. It is through our erotic interactions, or the absence thereof, that we form aspects of our fluid and mutable erotic paths and identities. Despite the abundance sexually explicit material (SEM) around us, many of us still struggle with what sex means to us, what we do, how we experience it and what that says about who we are as people. Some who struggle with this may seek help in making sense of their sexuality with a professional. This presentation aims to provide a compassionate case for the use of SEM in clinical contexts and will showcase several case studies of how this can work to facilitate pride, pleasure, erotisim and wellbeing.

Session Category :  2020 

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