Sexual grounding: NFP fagkveld med Geoff Lamb & Helena Løvendal, 4 april i Oslo.

Sexual grounding therapy.

Sexual grounding: NFP ønsker velkommen til fagkveld, foredragsholdere er Geoff Lamb og Helena Løvendal.

In this presentation, Helena and Geoff would like to introduce you to the history and theory of Sexual Grounding Therapy, give you one or more reflective exercises based on the work and to answer any questions, which may arise. These could include any cases you’d like to discuss from a Sexual Grounding perspective.

 

Sexual grounding NFP fagkveld med Geoff Lamb & Helena Loevendal symbol

An introduction to Sexual Grounding Therapy

Above all, Sexual Grounding Therapy© is about relationships – our relationship to ourselves, our parents – as our two sexual sources, one masculine, one feminine – throughout our lives (even after they are no longer with us physically), our relationships with our sexual partners, with our children, with friends and the wider community and even with the planet on which we live. One of the problems which frequently arises in couple relationships is where one or both partners is trying to get from their partner what they didn’t get earlier from their parent(s?). Many schools of couple therapy recognise this, but what is different about Sexual Grounding Therapy is that it sees this in terms of triadic and dyadic relationships.

 

When we, as most of us do, relate to our partner in the same way as we related to one or both parents, we create a triadic relationship, i.e. one with three people in it. We also approach the relationship from a position either of entitlement or need; the need or entitlement being that our partner affirms us as a sexual being. Sexual Grounding would assert that this is our parents’ job. If our parents have done that job, or if we’ve worked on this in a Sexual Grounding context, we’re then able to approach the relationship from a position of wanting to share ourselves with our partner rather than needing something from them.

 

Sexual grounding NFP fagkveld Geoff Lamb
Sexual grounding therapy, NFP fagkveld, foredragsholder Geoff Lamb

Geoff Lamb

is a Sexual Grounding Trainer, psychotherapist, psychosexual therapist and couple therapist. He trained in Reichian Bioenergetic therapy with Tricia Scott and David Boadella, qualifying in 1985 and has been practicing ever since. He has also been involved in counselling training since 1987, first as Course Leader on the Diploma in Counselling at East Surrey College and later, between 2005 and 2017 as Director of Inter-Psyche, a counselling training organisation within the British National Health Service. Geoff has written numerous articles on counselling and psychotherapy and is currently working on a book about Sexual Grounding Therapy© Geoff is married with two grown up children and nourishes himself and relaxes by singing choral music and by growing vegetables on his allotment.

Sexual grounding NFP fagkveld Helena Loevendal
Sexual grounding NFP fagkveld, foredragsholder Helena Loevendal

Helena Løvendal

Amongst the first qualified Sexual Grounding Therapists®, Helena is a SGT Senior Therapist & Trainer and was appointed Head of Education SGT International in May 2013. Together with Geoff Lamb, the UK centre for Psychosexual Therapy & Education was founded in 2017 to bring this pioneering work to the UK .
In 2016 she joined Kim McCabe, Founder of ‘Rites for Girls’ and they co-founded the first ever ‘Rites for Girls Facilitator Training’.
She is passionate about re-connecting men and women to their natural power and beauty and re-awaken their innate potentials for living wholehearted and passionate lives, enjoying loving and deeply fulfilling relationships. When not in London or working abroad, she lives close to nature in the deep south of France, learning how to grow plants and vegetables and live a sustainable lifestyle while trying to make time for writing.

Her kan du lese mer om bakgrunnen for workshopen og foredragsholderne.

 

Sted: Pilestredet 75 C på bislett i Oslo. I Norsk Gestaltinstitutts lokaler.

Tid: Torsdag 4 april klokken 18:00 – 21:00.