Interactive webinar with Giselle Jones, LCSW, MSW, CSAT-C, CMF, on Everyday Mindful Intimacy
Whether single or in relationship, we can constantly develop our intimacy skills. Our bodies are constantly speaking to us. Join Giselle to explore some accessible ways to invite your body to speak, and how to listen to it and that of your partners.
Giselle Jones is a Clinical Associate at Center for Healthy Sex treating women, men and couples with sexual, relational and functional issues. Giselle is a graduate of the annual Sex Addiction Treatment Training course at Center for Healthy Sex. Following a career in entertainment and creative education, she worked as a staff therapist at Didi Hirsch Mental Health services specializing in behavioral issues, depression, anxiety and trauma recovery. Giselle achieved her Master’s degree in Social Welfare at UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and was the recipient of both the Jannette Alexander Award for clinical excellence from the CA Society of Clinical Social Work and UCLA’s Shapiro Merit Award. Throughout her final year at UCLA, Giselle practiced psychotherapy interning at the Kaiser Permanente Department of Outpatient Psychiatry, implementing cross-model training to serve a diverse caseload of children and families, adolescents, couples, adults, seniors and LGBTQI individuals. She has facilitated groups, including those focused on treating depression, anxiety and couples. Giselle is passionate about integrating body-mind wellness, and is both a Certified Mindfulness Facilitator (CMF) from UCLA’s Semel’s Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior and a 200-hour level certified Hatha Yoga Instructor with practice in leading asana and breath meditation.