ModernĀ Anarchy

112. Basic Sex Ed As A Therapist Will Get You Fired?

"On today's episode, we have sex therapist, licensed clinical social worker, sex worker, and co-founder of the Equitable Care Certification, Soleil Merroir (She/They) join us for a conversation about how structural oppression is embedded in psychotherapy. Together we talk about burnout in therapy under capitalism, building a new world of connected healing, and how basic sex education can get you fired."

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ModernĀ Anarchy

115. Are Therapists Causing Harm When It Comes To Sexuality?

"On today's episode, we have therapist, educator, and sex worker Raquel Savage (She/Her) join us for a conversation about the need for a more relationally focused world. Together we talk about the healing power of intimacy, the isolation of our existential existence, and talking shit about mental health system."

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PsychologyĀ Today

How Therapists Can Support Their Sex Worker Clients: As the field of sex work broadens, many therapists are navigating new issues

As the field of sex work expands, more therapists are encountering sex workers seeking therapy. A common mistaken assumption is that sex workers need the therapist to rescue themā€”they don't! Therapists working with sex workers are best when they approach their patients with nonjudgmental, affirmative curiosity. Therapists can, and should, seek professional education about sex work, in order to provide effective and non-discriminatory treatment.

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Sex Worker-Affirming Clinical Care: An Introductory Conversation Addressing the Complexities of Caring for Sex Workers, 2023 & 2024