What are the values and beliefs I want to uphold in my sex life?
What do my erotic and sexual desires say about me?
Week 2: Identifying Dis-integrity
What are the underlying wound, beliefs, and traumas that prevent me from living in integrity?
Where am I repressing and masking desires or sexual interests?
How can I handle the emotions and feelings that prompt dis-integrity?
Week 3: Building Integrity
How can I build pillars of integrity using communication, boundaries and agreements?
How can I better connect to the parts of me that are holding shame, anger, and limiting beliefs?
Week 4: Maintaining Integrity
How do we build integrity into the fabric of our relationship?
What are obstacles that keep me from integrity and what skills can I use to navigate through them?
The course will:
help create a vision and gain clarity of the person you would like to be sexually, not the person you think your partner wants you to be.
help you identify actions and beliefs about the type of person you want to be.
bring awareness of ways you are breaking your sexual integrity.
give you a game plan to take action so you can be the person you want to become.
provide ways to maintain your sexual integrity for permanent change.
help you engage in sex with integrity – respect honesty, consent and mutual agreement.
help you avoid conflicts in your relationship.
help you find ways you are falling short on sexual integrity.
help you build and maintain sexual integrity.
Introducing your course facilitators
Joe Kort, PhD, LMSW, is the founding director of The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health. He has been in practice since 1985. He has worked successfully with hundreds of individuals and couples to improve their lives and their relationships, using a variety of therapy modalities. He is a board certified sexologist, and he is certified in EMCR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), Imago Relationship Therapy and LGBTQIA Affirmative Therapy. Dr. Kort is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists; and the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health. He completed his PhD in Clinical Sexology.
Adam Letica is a life coach and an expert in the field of behavior changes. When working with individuals and couples, his goal is to help close the gap between who you are and who you are capable of being. He is trained in Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Somatic Experiencing, a therapeutic technique that helps individuals understand what emotional obstacles are holding them back and how to overcome them in a sustainable manner. Adam works with clients on making major life decisions, building positive relationships, finding clarity and direction, creating a compelling future, developing more confidence, becoming more optimistic, dealing with identity crisis, increasing focus and productivity, and much more to improve your quality of life.