Fri, Jan 17 - Sat, Jan 18 | Private Residence—Bella Vista, Arkansas
Desire and Sexuality:
Come to our course on intercourse, and other such things. Jocelyn Peterson, LMFT, LPC, will be co-hosting this workshop designed to help you finally make time for the one thing that might continually get put on the back burner—your sexuality, wherever that is right now.
You can talk about it.
You can love it.
Time & Location
Friday, Jan 17th from 3 PM - 8:30 PM
Saturday, Jan 18th from 8 AM - 4 PM
Friday dinner, and Saturday breakfast and lunch, are provided.
Bella Vista, AR 72715
(Address sent after registration)
About the Event
Jocelyn Peterson, LMFT, LPC, has been in private practice for several years, specializing in Couples Therapy and Attachment, along with several other cutting-edge models and approaches.
She is regularly asked to speak on marriage, intimacy, parenting, depression, and anxiety at local community events and serves as a facilitator at Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy trainings.
Paul Peterson, LAMFT, is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Professionally, he's published in a national research journal (JMFT) and been accepted to present research at national therapy conferences (NCFR & AAMFT).
He recently moved to Northwest Arkansas to start his private practice. He regularly sees clients dealing with a range of sexual issues, including desire, vulnerability, identity, and abuse.
Anna Peterson has studied applied theatre, education, and performance at Brigham Young University, and has since pursued further studies and certifications in body-mind-spirit work.
She is a yoga/intuitive movement teacher, guided imagery facilitator, healing drum circle facilitator, and Ayurvedic/Conscious-Living educator.
We are excited to offer you a time and place to invest in your own sexuality—time that everyday life just won't naturally provide for.
We don't have a certain agenda about what or how you should engage with your own sexuality. However, we will be holding discussions and giving you tools that can help you answer common questions we hear over and over again:
-I haven't had an orgasm—is that normal or I am broken?
-My partner seems to want sex way more than I do. What do I do in that situation?
-I definitely want sex way more than my partner. What do I do in that situation?
-I learned in Church what not to do (like, over and over). But, what am I actually supposed to do regarding sex? Or do I just try and figure it out somehow?
-I feel like my cycle makes me a very different person each week and month. Is that normal?
-Sex was fine until we had kids. Now? I'm just tapped out. Is that okay? Can I change that?
-My partner and I don't really talk about sex, so I don't really know what he likes and he certainly doesn't know what I like. In fact, I don't even know what I like. How can I find that out?
-How do I say No to sex with my partner in a way that won't hurt him or her?
This workshop is open to any women interested in exploring these topics. We are both informed by our Church culture and doctrine and will use it as an example of how cultural and religious messaging can help and hurt our sexual development. We welcome your unique contexts as well and will be happy to apply these principles to any and all that attend.
With a woman and man hosting this workshop, we hope to provide insights from both ends, and there will be portions of the workshop where Paul is not present to invite greater sisterhood.
Pricing & Registration:
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