Sexual assault can make it difficult to have a healthy relationship and a healthy sex life. Today we will talk about it and talk about how survivors can not only survive, but reclaim a healthy sex life and relationships after sexual trauma. My goal with this podcast is to provide information for trauma survivors, their partners, their friends and families and people who want more information about what survivors face. Dr Lori Beth Bisbey from London is my guest. Below, I’ll share some of the questions we’ll discuss in the interview.
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Some questions we discussed –
- How did you become interested in this type of work?
- What are some types of sexual trauma?
- What are some challenges a person faces after asexual trauma?
- Does a sexual trauma survivor need to tell any partner about their past?
- How should they approach the subject with their partner?
- What are some reasons a partner may not be supportive?
- What should a survivor do if their partner cannot be supportive?
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About Dr Lori Bisbey –
Dr Lori Beth is a psychologist and sex and intimacy coach who has been in practice since 1987. She specialises in working with individuals, couples and polyamorous groups to help them create their ideal lasting relationships. She has particularly expertise working with people who have been traumatised and co-authored a book on the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder published by John Wiley and Sons in 1998. Dr Lori Beth sees people in person in London. She sees people in person in the US for intensive work only. She sees people by Skype, Gotomeeting and phone as well. Dr Lori Beth has a weekly podcast, The A to Z of Sex . Her writings can be found on www.atozofsex.com , www.the-intimacy-coach.com, and Yourtango.com.
For more information, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.