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PSYCHOSEXUAL DISORDERS MASTERCLASS

Lecturer: Maggie Chapman

Psychosexual dysfunction is a class of disorders all of which reveal an inhibition of some aspect of the appetite and or physiological changes that normally characterize the complete sexual response cycle in which the dysfunction is not due to known organic factors

When symptoms are experienced they affect many other areas in our lives. Sexual responses are natural and innate, the sexual response cycle has distinct phases any of which can be affected by various external and internal factors. Recognizing the phase where the dysfunction occurs and identifying the factors affecting that phase of the cycle is an important part of informing the therapeutic process.

This masterclass will explore effective ways of working with these issues, whether they are based in cognitive factors or more primal imagery, enabling you to use your hypnotherapy skills to naturally enhance an individual's sexual experience and increase self esteem in other parts of their life.

Many therapists can find working within this area presents boundary issues, by gaining greater understanding of the sexual response cycle and how to work with the circumstances surrounding its mediation will enable you to work more effectively in other areas too.

SYLLABUS

  • Classification of Dysfunctions
  • Sexual Response Cycle
  • Sexual Case History Taking
  • Sensate Focus Exercises
  • Inhibited Sexual Desire
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Male Orgasmic Disorder
  • Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
  • Vaginismus
  • Dysparenuia

Maggie Chapman BSCH, FBAMH. Head of Academic Assessments for the LCCH, Maggie started working in the therapeutic world 28 years ago, studying Clinical Hypnosis with the LCCH , is currently a senior lecturer and clinical supervisor for the College and member of the executive committee for the BSCH. Maggie has worked within the voluntary sector as a victim support and rape counsellor and mentoring young adults with addictions and specialises in working with trauma. Maggie has private practices based in Central London and South West London. Currently she is running a longitudinal research study into the effects of relaxation on teacher stress and is involved in bringing the governments “Every Child Matters” White Paper into the educational environment working with teachers, parents and children.

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