Sex Therapy Insight
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WELCOME TO COVENANT SEX THERAPY
You, Me, & We: A Practical Guide to Marital Intimacy revolutionizes the LDS cultural transformation to owning our sexuality, being brought closer to our partner through sexual intimacy, and shifting how the culture views sexuality to that of a life preserver for the Latter-day Saint. Among other topics, Dr. Hughes has included his own model of therapy suited for LDS couples, how problematic sexual behavior impacts the couple's sexual relationship, stages of life and marriage and the unique challenges throughout the life-course in maintaining a healthy sexual relationship, how to shift our cultural narrative surrounding sex, and how to talk to our children about sex. We expect that all of our clients will be reading the book as it will move them through therapy much faster.
We have developed the first LDS sexuality app for those members struggling in their sexual relationship. This app can be used with or without therapy. We expect that all of our clients with apple devices use the app as we assign app activities between therapy sessions and find quicker results this way. The app has over 100 different activities and sends notifications daily/weekly/monthly or on a one time basis for the user to improve their sexual relationship. There is also a notes section so that progress and insight can be added regularly and insight can be brought to therapy sessions.
Dr. Anthony A. Hughes, LMFT, CST, is a noted sex therapist and devoted member of the LDS church. In What Your Parents Didn't Tell You about Sex, he shares his vast knowledge and clinical experience for LDS couples who seek to improve their sexual satisfaction, strengthen their marital bond, and glorify God through their sexual union. He has put together the best that research, theory, and thousands of hours practicing sex therapy have to offer. This book is now only available through Audible. We suggest that you purchase You, Me, & We if you'd like a paperback book.