Webinar Recording Available Now $25.00
Join me for a (recorded live) webinar session devoted to the needs and perspective of the survivor of sexual abuse/assault, and who is the Client of sexual healing. We will be exploring the issues and concerns that survivors face in safely getting the help they seek.
If you are someone who has been considering working with a sexual healer and have questions or would like a more in-depth understanding of the process, what to expect in working with a healer and what to watch out for, then please join us.
Therapists & Healers
We will be considering the topic of Consent and how to meet a survivor-client’s unique needs. We will also be looking at the healer’s and client’s contribution to the Healing Alliance.
In this session we will be covering these four main topics:
|Consent||Working with a Healer|
|Surviving & Thriving||Transformation Tools|
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If you’re a healing facilitator, therapist, coach or counselor who works with emotional trauma from abuse or assault, this session will give guidance with How and When to have your client’s Consent. And, #2, know the signs of emotional shock and what to do when it happens.
Survivors will receive 2 techniques to use in dealing with feeling “frozen” mentally/emotionally and when being triggered, or fragmenting.
Healers will receive practical suggestions in stewarding sessions and supporting their client’s need to safely heal. Survivors will find out what to expect and how to get the most out of working with a sexual healer in a session and in a sexual healing program.
Use hashtag: #CLIENTWEBINARSAFESEXUALHEALING
In 2007 I synthesized my knowledge of the sexual-science of Tantra with 27 years of spiritual and family counseling and became certified a Tantric Healer so I could more directly address the wounds of sexual abuse and assault my clients were attempting to heal from.
In 2011 a “perfect storm” of public complaints, email listserv thread revelations and discussions with other healers recounted how survivors were feeling abused and rewounded by sexual healers. It became clear that in many cases the contributing causes included poor communication and consent practices as well as a lack of knowing what to expect from sexual healers and in healing sessions. This nexus prompted me to write the book “Safe Sexual Healing: a Guidebook for Healers and Clients” (Balboa Press; coming soon)
My mission is to help broaden appreciation of sexual healing and to foster trust and acceptance in safe sexual healing methods, treatments and healing facilitators so that everyone who desires/needs sexual healing can safely get the help they seek.
This webinar is part of a series designed to create more public awareness, knowledge and acceptance of safe sexual healing.