“Having conversations about sex and sexuality in the counselling room”

What happens when sex is talked about in a therapeutic situation?

Sexuality is a universal fundamental human drive. Every person has a relationship with sex in some way. Sex goes straight to the heart of human vulnerability. Sex incites some of the most powerful emotions. Understanding what happens when sex is talked about allows the subject to be explored within counselling professions.

How do conversations about sex fit into the therapeutic setting? What is erotic transference? What language should I use? This workshop will consider these questions and more.

Olivia Rowlatt is a relationship counsellor and sex therapist. Working with couples at Relate for ten years, Olivia noticed the significant impact sexual issues can have on relationship happiness and individual well-being. She took a Post-graduate Diploma in Sex and Relationship Therapy in order to work with and address sexual difficulties.

Currently, Olivia works as a psychosexual therapist at the Royal United Hospital. She sees couples and individuals in her private practice in central Bath, and runs workshops on female sexuality. Other qualifications include a BSc in Biological Science, Relate Certificate in Marital and Couple Counselling and Post-graduate Diploma in Systemic Theory.

Olivia is an accredited member of the College of Sex and Relationship Therapists: http://www.cosrt.org.uk . She has a significant interest in mindfulness and meditation. Olivia lives in a cohousing community. For more information see her website: http://oliviarowlatt.co.uk

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