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Intimacy & Illness Class
Friday, July 22nd
6:30-7pm Cocktails, 7-8:30pm Class
Velvet Box off W7, 2917 Morton Street
- Gift Bags
- Location Off W7, 2917 Morton Street +Google Link
YOU MUST SIGN UP. COST IS $10 PER PERSON. NO REFUNDS IF YOU DO NOT SHOW UP TO CLASS.
- Has your intimate relationship changed since your diagnosis?
- Is pain getting in the way of your love life?
- Are you too exhausted from medical treatments to enjoy your sex life?
If you can answer yes to any of these questions this class is for you and your spouse.
This one-hour lecture style class will discuss how illnesses (cancer, chronic pain, and heart conditions) impact both sexual function and the nuances of an intimate relationship. This class will cover the basics to renegotiating your sex-life and products that can help spark erotic imagination. Whether you are a cancer survivor or managing chronic pain, the importance of physically connecting with your spouse is a matter of quality of life.
Class taught by Elizabeth Boatman. Elizabeth is a Sex Educator & Consultant and holds a Masters degree in Human Sexuality Education from Widener University. Widener University has the only nationally accredited human sexuality program in the U.S.
Beth Boatman received a Masters Degree in Human Sexuality Education at Widener University and is a Certified Sexuality Educator (AASECT) and a Board Certified Sexologist (ACS). She is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Family Therapy at Texas Woman’s University. Beth specializes in counseling/psychotherapy for individuals and couples facing issues related to sexual dysfunction, intimacy issues, chronic illness, and medical family therapy.
Beth is a lifelong resident of the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area and provides counseling services, education, speaker presentations, and professional trainings on topics ranging from sexually transmitted infection prevention to treatment and diagnosis of sexual dysfunctions. Beth believes in providing direct, age appropriate information on sexual health to individuals, families, and the community. Her sex positive perspective provides an open and non-judgmental atmosphere where clients can have enhanced quality of life and relationships.
You can connect with Beth at Your Sensual Health.