ATTACHMENT, SEXUALITY, AND THE BODY
An Integrated Approach to Comprehensive Couples and Sex Therapy
When: Saturday, May 18, 2013 - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where: UCLA Extension Lindbrook Center, Room 201, Westwood, CA
Reg#: CE credit for Psychologists Z0123
Reg#: MFT/LCSW Credit Z0124
Reg #: Not for credit Z0122
6 CE credits (AASECT, APA, MFT/LCSW)
The seminar draws the links between multidisciplinary research and the everyday love life of committed couples. A brief review of relevant findings in attachment neuroscience, neuroplasticity, sexology, and the psychology of flourishing demonstrates the value of an integrative approach that includes talk therapy, mindful stress-regulation, personal and interpersonal body-attunement, and skills-development.
Participants will have an opportunity to experiment with several body-based practices like mindful awareness, breath and body attunement, taking an emotional inventory, and tools for becoming aware of underlying visceral and sensory experiences.
The emphasis will be on helping clients resolve old patterns and develop skills for enjoying a wide spectrum of loving pleasures in an intimate relationship.
Recommended Reading: The Heart of Desire: Keys to the Pleasures of Love
For more information: https://www.uclaextension.edu/pages/Course.aspx?reg=Z0122
Call: (310) 825-7093
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