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Webinar I Menopause, Sex, Pleasure & Intimacy I January 11 @ 7pm EST
January 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST$20.00
Join us in our discussion about sex, sexuality, pleasure, desire, and relationships during perimenopause and menopause!
What about libido? Desire? Drive? Do these things die with the end of menstruation?
What are ways to create pleasure if pain presents itself?
Toys! Toys! Toys!….. and lube.
This 90 minute webinar will discuss the in’s and out’s of physiological changes, the implications of perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms on sex and sexuality, and how we can inform our clients from a place of ongoing sex-positive and body-positive exploration and understanding.
What is the most important sex organ in perimenopause and menopause?
Join us to find out more….
We will dig deep into why the world “normal” should be thrown in the rubbish bin, consider the impact of environment and relationship diversity, brain, those little things called hormones, and sexaccessible toys.
Partners, when to refer to healthcare, and more!
This webinar is sure to be fun, flirty, and full of facts.
Next session? Wednesday January 11th at 7pm EST.
Session held via Zoom and recorded for playback.
Link will be sent to registrants one (1) day prior.
Shaunacy (she/they) is the current Director of Operations for Doula Canada and is a qualifying student therapist in the MACP program at Yorkville University. She has combined a long history of working in reproductive and sexual support with a calling to reach clients from a trauma-focused and identity affirming place of counsel. Their approach to sex, sexuality, and relationships embodies a sex-positive and body-positive approach that calls forth the need for affirmative and autonomous definitions of sex, sexuality, pleasure, and identity as individually defined at all ages. She has practical experience in a wide range of theoretical frameworks and has a deep interest in in supporting and educating individuals in topics related sex, emotional and psychological well-being, sexual diversity, relationship diversity, preference and pleasure, and gender and non-binary support models. Shaunacy has lived experience working with clients who have a history of sexual and relationship trauma and is currently a qualifying member in various trauma-focused therapeutic modalities.