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Two Types of Trauma

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When addressing trauma it is important to understand that there are two very distinct types of trauma that we will come across. What is Trauma? First let’s define trauma. DSM-V (the US psychiatric manual for psychological disorders) defines trauma as “Exposure to actual or threatened death, serious injury, or sexual…

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Expansion and Integration

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When working with both trauma and sexual energy it is absolutely essential to move slowly and not to overwhelm the client’s system. I will talk later about resourcing the client. This is the process of ensuring that the client has sufficient self-awareness and ability to self-regulate their nervous system without…

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The Sweet Spot for Therapy

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To develop as human beings, especially as socially engaged beings allowing connection with others, that is to say, intimacy, we must allow ourselves to walk in unknown territory, since each of us has wounds and traumas that inhibit our being in our fullness, especially when relating to other people. As…

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Pussy Power

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Since my appearance on Chanel 5’s Make or Break, “pussy power” has been the buzzword. Combined with the message that “a woman’s power is not up here, but down in her vagina”, it’s left a lot of people amused, some provoked and others just plainly curious. What is it? How…

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Own Your Balls

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How are you ever going to feel good about yourself if your girlfriend (or your mum) has got your balls in a jar?? Many men of all ages I speak to feel in some ways disempowered in their lives. They don’t know what they want and they can’t seem to…

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The Argument

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My beloved and I had an argument this morning. That’s not especially noteworthy in itself. We argue sometimes just like any other couple, no matter how well attuned we are with one another. The content of the argument isn’t even important. What does feel interesting however is the way we…

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Psychosexual Somatics (PST) Practitioner Training Obtains University Accreditation and Student Loan Approval

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Psychosexual Somatics (PST) Practitioner Training obtains university accreditation and student loan approval In further steps to make this work more accessible, the PST Practitioner Training has recently been approved for a Post-Graduate Certificate in Psychosexual Somatics Therapy by Middlesex University. Students successfully completing the one year PST training course may now be awarded…

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Birthing Trauma

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As I continue to work with female clients, I have noticed how many have been effected by some form of birthing trauma. I’m beginning to realise that this is a significant and often unspoken issue in our society. Statistics show that 25% of women will miscarriage at some time in…

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