5-Day Online Sex and Love Addiction Intensive Program Now Accepting Registration

The Relationship between Sexual Dysfunction Disorders and Sexual Abuse Trauma

Alexandria Morgan

by Alexandria Morgan, LMFT

Friday, March 16, 2018

1:15pm – 2:30pm

1 CEU available

Often when we experience a trauma we cope with it by burying it so deeply that it ceases to exist in our conscious minds. When clients have a history of sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse they frequently come in with symptoms that are remnants of their abuse. Our job is to highlight the connection between their symptoms and their trauma, in order to reveal the meaning behind their behavior and help lead them to healing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Assess for history of childhood sexual abuse & sexual assault.
  • Understand the relationship between sexual abuse trauma and sexual dysfunction.
  • Understand the relationship between sexual abuse trauma and sex addiction.

Alexandria Morgan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and the founder of Her Healing. Her Healing is located in Los Angeles and provides mental health services and education to women, children, and families. Alexandria specializes in trauma work and helping others achieve emotional, mental, and physical healing. Alexandria provides workshops and presentations on trauma, coping skills, compassion fatigue, relationships and other mental health related topics. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) and is a certified Sexual Assault Victims Counselor. Her passion is to talk about the impact trauma has on individuals and their communities in order to enhance trauma informed care, promote mental health treatment, and provide healing.

This lecture takes
place at Center for Healthy Sex

RSVP to charlie@centerforhealthysex.com

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