Therapeutic skills building and educational workshop to help womxn/female-identified trauma survivors reclaim sexual intimacy.
Learn the basics of trauma, understand and communicate consent, and learn coping skills for dealing with trauma triggers, particularly in sexually intimate contexts. This is ideal for individuals already in therapy who have a space to process through their trauma outside of this workshop or anything that may come up as a result of the intimate content.
Contact Sarah to sign-up or register online at https://forms.gle/mni8otciSCptM9kJ7
Sarah Betz is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and certified yoga teacher in Midtown, Manhattan who works with adults across the lifespan. She specializes in trauma, including childhood trauma, emotional abuse, physical abuse, and sexual abuse, codependency, mind-body work, addiction, PTSD, disassociation, anxiety, depression, and self-harm. She is also passionate about LGBTQIA affirming, body-positive, and sex-positive therapy.
Sarah’s approach is eclectic and holistic—one that incorporates psychodynamic, relational, and trauma-informed lenses for treatment. She often uses mindfulness techniques, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), addiction models, and body-oriented therapies in sessions. She takes an individualized approach and helps clients identify the therapeutic tools that are the best fit for them.
Sarah enjoys integrating yoga into sessions, when appropriate. She shows her clients certain poses to help manage and/or combat their symptoms. For example, she will give a client with depression energizing poses they can utilize at home.
Sarah works with her clients to develop long-lasting changes. She is there to support them on their journey towards healing by offering a safe, nonjudgmental space. Her office is conveniently located near the 28 St.-Broadway, 33rd Street, and 34th St.-Herald Sq. subway stations