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Too Hot To Handle: Approaches to Working with Infidelity, Porn, and “Sex Addiction”-16 CE’s

Infidelity, porn, and the concept of “sex addiction” are subjects that often bring up strong emotions in both clients and therapists. Additionally, many therapy training programs do not cover these subjects in detail, leaving professionals to find their own way through these tricky and common concerns. This class will combine the most up-to-date practices in sex therapy with exploration of the “self-of-the-therapist.” Offered through New Earth Institute and offering 16 AASECT CE’s

Pleasure and the erotic in a time of emotional winter

Check out my new post on Southwestern College/New Earth Institute’s blog. There are still spaces open for the upcoming weekend intensive Erotic Intelligence and Pleasure Literacy. Erotic Intelligence & Pleasure Literacy (3/4/22-3/6/22) Because much traditional (abstinence only) sex education is associated with managing risk (pregnancy prevention, HIV) and discouraging sexual expression in young adulthood, thereContinue reading “Pleasure and the erotic in a time of emotional winter”

Check Out My New Podcast

Check out a new monthly podcast featuring Dr. Tera Jansen and Laura Rademacher called Sex Therapists Shoot the Sh*t. Presented by University of Pleasure.

New AASECT Supervision Group Starting March, 2022

My current group is finishing up in February and I will be starting a new group in March of 2022. Group supervision is a wonderful opportunity to meet colleagues, consult about a wide variety of cases, and decrease the cost of supervision. Email me at supervision@laurarademacher.com for more information.

Sexual Inheritance

Check out my latest blog post at the Southwestern College/New Earth Institute blog about sexual inheritance, working with generational trauma, and identifying the messages we received about sex from our families, caregivers, cultures, and communities.

A couple is shown in a therapy office, sitting on a couch together. The white, plus size, androgynous member of the couple is wearing glasses and seems to be talking while their partner, a brown, plus size person wearing glasses throws back their head in laughter.

You’re a sex therapist and I just want to talk about my relationship. Do you do that?

Yes. Yes I do. I get this question really often. So often, it seemed to be worth a blog post. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. While I love my work, I don’t love the name of my license because there are many kinds of relationships that aren’t covered under the categories ofContinue reading “You’re a sex therapist and I just want to talk about my relationship. Do you do that?”

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