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Sex and intimacy after sexual violence

Many people who experience sexual violence struggle with their sexuality, intimacy and relationships afterwards. It is essential that those working to support survivors therapeutically feel confident in exploring the impact their experience has had on their sexual selves.

In person facilitation

Join one of my training days or book me in to come and spend the day with your team

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Learning outcomes

  • How can sexual violence impact sex and intimacy?
  • How and when to introduce the topic of sex into the therapeutic process
  • The psychology of sexual fantasy, desire and behaviour and how this may relate to your client's process
  • Sharing good practice - tools and experiences of supporting clients
  • When we get in the way - exploring how our own relationship and experiences of sex and intimacy can be both an asset and a liability in our work with clients.