In Landscapes for the Heart: The performing realm of a Sex and Relationship Therapist, Juliet Grayson takes us through the doorway to the concealed realm of a psychotherapy session. She shakes our presumptions regarding how relationships work, and what to anticipate from our intimate lovers, showing us various channels to more satisfying and loving intimacy, and providing us a grounded understanding of the thing that makes relationships effective.
The guide provides ‘therapist-eye view’ of partners’ treatment drawing on Juliet’s 25 many years of medical experience.
Recently I interviewed Juliet to learn more about her work along with her guide. Juliet is just a therapist that is psychosexual was specialising as a relationship and sex specialist for over two decades. She actually is a certified PBSP (Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor) trainer, PBSP therapist and supervisor. Along with dealing with those that have been sexually abused, she works together with those prone to intimate offending or re-offending. Her aim would be to avoid more victims being produced. She’s UKCP-registered with two systems being accredited by the school of Sexual and Relationship practitioners (COSRT) as well as the Neuro-Linguistic Psychotherapy and Counselling Associated (NLPtCA). She actually is a supervisor that is recognised for COSRT and NLPtCA.