Talking with your new partner about first time sex can be difficult to do. This workshop addresses the idea of being sexually healthy in a comprehensive way. Sex Matters in A Developing Relationship invites participants to spend
some time working on common challenge points in a developing relationship.
Find Someone Who…
Don’t sit down! For starters, participants will meet each other to find out about
the other participants’ personal stories and experiences while practicing conversation starters and follow up questions.
clients always welcome.
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Drawing Your Line
We move on to defining and describing different ways in which people are intimate. Participants
will evaluate risky and non-risky behaviors and decide where they will draw the line.
Communication about Sex
Finally, participants will develop ways of communicating with their partners about sex.
Time permitting, we will conclude with the array sexually healthy questions one might ask him/herself before becoming sexual with a new partner.
Mary M Buxton LCSW, Inc., AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, has a private practice in psychotherapy in Campbell, CA. She has 25 years counseling
experience with individuals and couples and specializes in sex and couple therapy. She has worked with shyness, self-esteem and social skill
development in individual and group therapy sessions. She also works with anxiety, depression, grief, parenting, divorce, assertion, work related issues,
recovery from abuse and adjustment to change in personal or professional life.
What: Presentation at RCISV’s Friday speaker series
When: Friday Nov. 18, 2005
Time: Doors open at 7:00pm, Program 7:30-9:15pm, with socializing after.
Where: Campbell Community Center, JFK University, One West Campbell Ave. Bldg A, Room 212, Campbell CA, 95008 (*Not affiliated with JFK University)
For driving instructions to the Friday speaker series please visit: http://rcisv.org/directions
Cost: $15 paid at the door, members get in for free
Information: For more information contact Carol Daly (408) 261-3332 ext. 4; or email carol@RCISV.org