Ethics – Sex, Touch & Intimacy

$80.00

This course has been cancelled. Please join our mailing list for future offerings.

Date: Sunday September 13, 2020

Location: New Hope Camp and Conference Center: 4805 NC-86 S, Chapel Hill, NC

This fun and engaging workshop explores the confusion between sex, touch and intimacy. Using a variety of activities, we will:

  • compare the differences and similarities between sex, touch and intimacy
  • review historical, cultural and personal influences
  • discuss factors that influence the interpretation of touch
  • review laws and rules regarding sexual misconduct
  • learn ways to desexualize the touch experience

 

“This was the best ethics course I’ve had. Clear, concise, very informative.”

“I’ve taken ethics courses before that were so boring and dry. Beverly is very knowledgeable and made it interesting in a fun and creative way.”

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Ethics – Sex, Touch & Intimacy

This course has been cancelled. Please join our mailing list for future offerings.

September 13 (Sunday) 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
4 CE hours
Early Registration Discount- Register by August 13 and Save 10%

Massage has been confused with sex throughout millennia. We are in a time where massage therapy is changing its image, becoming an accepted and widely-used healthcare modality. In a healing profession that uses touch as its prime method, the lines need to be clear.

In this workshop, we will explore the common confusion between sex, touch and intimacy. Using lecture, experiential exercises, personal reflection and group discussions, we will compare the differences in these overlapping topics and discover ways to desexualize the massage experience. We will review historical and cultural influences as well as how our own personal association with sex, touch and intimacy can express itself in our therapeutic relationship style and interactions with clients. We will discuss factors that influence the interpretation of touch and understand the laws and rules governing NC Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapists regarding sexual misconduct.