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A differentiated way of working with sex, intimacy and the fragility of life and how practitioners respond to working with couples regardless of gender

Stan Korosi

Do your clients dream about a relationship in harmonious balance between the personal and the interpersonal, between the sexual and the intimate? Just as dreams tantalise us with a surreal and metaphoric view of reality so too do relationships challenge people to recognise how they know their partners, how their partners know them and to differentiate one from the other and themselves from the other person. Relationships have their own surrealistic lens through which people can conflate different aspects. Sometimes, we as practitioners find ourselves working with the intimate and sexual aspects of our client's relationship where we, like our clients, can confuse one for the other. Yet, a relationship can be experienced as the harmonious intersection of both intimate and sexual aspects that leads to a creative expression of human passion and to a transcendent experience of the human condition. By nature, many practitioners are more prepared to enquire into the aspect of intimacy more than the other aspect of sexuality. 

WORLD DREAMING: WORLD CONGRESS FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY
24-28 August 2011 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Darling Harbour, Australia.
Visit The World Council for Psychotherapy at [http://www.worldpsyche.org

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Stan Korosi

Stan Korosi is an independent counsellor and psychotherapist with post-graduate qualifications in counselling and human services. He works in community and private practice, and has a special interest in working with step-families, parents and children whose relationships are affected by high conflict separation and divorce. He has a deep appreciation of these issues from his personal experience and from research driven by his insider perspective and counselling experience. In particular, Stan is interested in working with parents and step-parents to defuse high conflict relationships with ex-partners and to foster the needs of their children for a relationship with both parents.

Visit Stan at: www.dialogueingrowth.com.au and at: www.speakeasycounselling.com.au

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