Where is he - He is not into me or in me anymore?
October 21, 2016
Hosted by Jessica Ford, MA, M.S.W., LCSW
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At the beginning of your relationship he couldn’t keep his hand off of you and you felt the same way. A few years, children and various life events later there is a shift and he no longer comes to bed until after you are asleep. He moves away when you touch him. When you do have sex it is good just not too connected. You try and talk to him…you hear everything is fine. You argue with him always wanted to hang out with his friends instead of doing things with you. The strain and tension in the relationship boils over into your daily lives and you find you can’t agree on anything. What’s going on you wonder and you seek help, asking the therapist is he gay. Two amazing guests, Dr. Emily Nagoski, a sex educator and Dr. Joe Kort, a sex therapist join the show to discuss when sexual desire changes…how to understand it and learn to what to do.
The Sexual Voice
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The Sexual Voice is a compassionate journey to discover a healthier, happier and more fruitful sexual self by utilizing the broad lens of sex therapy. The skills of master sex therapists, prominent authors, sex researchers and scholars guide you in this exploration to gain insights into your own unique sexual voice through curiosity, self-compassion and acceptance. Be empowered to filter out the voices of culture, society, religion and other influences and transcend to the authentic expression of your sexual self. Are you seeking to know more about your sexual needs? At times do you feel in conflict to the other voices in your life? If you struggle with finding the words to express your true feelings, this is the show to listen to. Connect with your authentic sexual self to understand and appreciate your own unique sexual needs and desire. Everyone has a sexual voice no matter gender or orientation.
Jessica Ford, MA, M.S.W., LCSW
Jessica Ford is a licensed clinical social worker and AASECT certified sex therapist with a private practice in Oak Creek, WI where she provides relationship psychotherapy to individuals and couples who experience challenges in their relationships and issues with sexual dysfunctions. She holds a Master’s degree in cultural anthropology from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, a Master’s degree in clinical social work, family systems from the University of Chicago – School of Social Administration (SSA).
Her extensive post-graduate training in sex therapy and marriage/family therapy includes work with master couples and sex therapists, Esther Perel, Dr. Sue Johnson, Terry Real, and Dr. Gina Ogden. She completed the required teacher training with Jon Kabat-Zinn and the Oasis/University of Massachusetts Medical School for Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).
Her professional certifications and memberships include American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapist (AASECT), Society of Sex Therapist and Researcher (SSTAR), International Society of Sex Medicine (ISSM) and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). She was awarded Who’s Who in American for Mental Health 2009.
After living and working in Ontario Canada for 15 years she returned to Wisconsin in 2015. She is the proud mother of two grown children, five grandchildren and a great granddaughter. In her spare time she loves to sail on Lake Michigan and garden.