Melissa Fritchle, a licensed marriage and family therapist, has some unique and exciting ideas about sexuality. She shares many of them in her new self-help book, The Conscious Sexual Self Workbook.
There are many books that examine sexuality but Fritchle’s workbook is very different. “It’s based in the idea that the most useful sexual information you can get comes from inside you, that understanding your own sexuality will help you have more satisfying sex,” she explained.
The Conscious Sexual Self Workbook includes questions, exercises and journaling prompts to help people explore their own sexual history, values, and desires. It encourages readers to discover the richness and passion of their unique and dynamic sexuality.
“I offer lots of sexual information and ways to enhance sexual relationships but I keep inviting people to return to themselves for answers,” noted Fritchle (www.mf-therapy.com). “There is no one right way to have sex or be a great sex partner. Sexuality is incredibly diverse and so it is more important to expand our understanding of sex so that we can find our own best-sex solutions.”
In addition, this self-help book is designed to be a resource for psychotherapists, medical and psychology professionals, coaches, counselors, spiritual advisors and others who are interested in promoting sexual “positivity.” Fritchle offers training sessions at her Santa Cruz office in conjunction with the workbook.
“By doing the training, you can delve deeper to gain ideas and insights into how to expand the workbook concepts into a dynamic experience by using expressive arts, group dynamics, ritual and movement and more,” she said.
The book is available for $17.96 at Amazon.
The Conscious Sexual Self Workbook was inspired by Fritchle’s diverse experiences as a sex educator and sex therapist. “In so many cases, I worked with people through questions and concerns that they had about their relationships,” she said. “I saw them transform not only their sex lives but their confidence and sense of self.
“I wrote about foundational things that come up again and again in therapy. I love doing therapy but I also understand that not everyone is comfortable coming to therapy or a workshop. So I wanted a way for people to explore these important topics from the comfort of their home.”
For additional information about Fritchle and The Conscious Sexual Self Workbook, visit her website, www.mf-therapy.com. Questions, comments and media inquiries can be directed to her at email@example.com
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Company Name: Conscious Sexual Self
Contact Person: Melissa Fritchle
City: Santa Cruz
Country: United States