Oct 13, 2019
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Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Dr. Julie Hanks De
, author of the The Assertiveness Guide
and The Burnout Cure
how the ability to develop good assertiveness skills can help with
sexual satisfaction. They discuss cultural gender messages,
both within Mormonism and without, that get in the way of such
things as differentiation, communication skills, self-care and
self-awareness. They cover the 5 skills Julie delves into in
her book that can help shift these patterns around. They
dialogue about managing libido differences, increasing female
arousal and pleasure, sexual education for our teens, how to get
past “chastity” language and more.
Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks, PhD, LCSW is a licensed clinical
social worker and psychotherapist, founder and director
of Wasatch Family Therapy
author, blogger, local and national media contributor, online
influencer, consultant, and award-winning performing
songwriter. A native Californian, Hanks currently lives in
Salt Lake City, UT with her husband and their 4 children. She
enjoys spending time with family, taking naps, reading, writing,
eating a lot of chocolate, and playing roller derby.
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