October 11th, 2022 8 pm CEST
How can stress or anxiety affect our libido and how can we support our mental health through conscious sex?

When we talk about sexual health we often factor out mental health. We know the amazing things sex can do for our mood and mind—from the release of endorphins and oxytocin to the emotional intimacy we can feel with a partner. But what to do if we are almost never in the mood due to stress, anxiety, depression or other mental health issues? In this workshop Camilla Storgaard, a counselor in sexology, will talk with us about mental health stigmata and how to integrate taking care of ourselves before, during and after sex. Our mental health has a big impact on our libido, our presence during sex and our needs for aftercare. We will talk about how different mental health conditions can affect our sex lives and what we can do to support ourselves and our (sexual) partners.

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Included in this course

  • How to minimize distractions 
  • How to care for your mental sexual health
  • How to ask for support

About the host

Camilla Storgaard

Camilla Storgaard is a certified counselor in sexology, a practicing sexual therapist and couples counselor. She works with women, men, couples and gender-divers individuals. She helps them improve their day-to-day life, overcome personal difficulties, make postitive changes to their relationships and improve the sexual functioning. Her approach is based on feminist and queer theory, greater knowledge of the female sexuality, sex and body positivity movements. An important goal of her work is to combat stigma around sexual health and knowledge by encouraging open and honest conversations about these topics.

What to expect

1h of workshop: 45m workshop/tutorial/talk + 15m Q&A

Live workshop: No access afterwards

Full incognito mode: You won’t be seen or heard at all

18+: explicit/intimate content

Members only: Exclusive content for CHEEX-Members

About the host

Camilla Storgaard

Camilla Storgaard is a certified counselor in sexology, a practicing sexual therapist and couples counselor. She works with women, men, couples and gender-divers individuals. She helps them improve their day-to-day life, overcome personal difficulties, make postitive changes to their relationships and improve the sexual functioning. Her approach is based on feminist and queer theory, greater knowledge of the female sexuality, sex and body positivity movements. An important goal of her work is to combat stigma around sexual health and knowledge by encouraging open and honest conversations about these topics.

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