Therapists Discuss Sex Education

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-imd9f-c8ce7a

Hello again, everyone!  Jen Reeves, LMFT-S, CST is back on the podcast giving us her expert opinion on the Netflix show “Sex Education”.  We discuss the characters from the show and talk about boundaries, teen development, and sex therapy in pop culture. SPOILERS AHEAD!

Takeaways from the episode:

  • Sex education should start at an early age
  • Portrayals of sex therapists in pop culture — can be inaccurate/damaging
  • Sex therapists can work with individuals and couples about their relationships and sex lives
  • There are certain things that sex therapists (or any therapist) should not EVER DO
  • We may not be talking to our teens about sex adequately enough
  • Jen has a “Dear Abby” type sex column called “Getting Jiggy With Jen”…ask her a question here: jiggywithjen@gmail.com and follow here https://www.facebook.com/jiggywithjen/

Here is more info about Jen:

 https://houstonrelationshiptherapy.com/more-about-jennifer/

 Watch Sex Education on Netflix here: https://www.netflix.com/title/80197526

*Recommendations, discussion, and disclosures are for informational/entertainment purposes only.  You should never substitute consultations/information from your own mental health/medical professionals with information from this podcast.*

*We do not own the rights to Netflix or Sex Education materials including the images used here. All discussions about the show are for entertainment purposes only.  No copyright infringement intended.*

Published by ThroughTheEyesOfaTherapist

Mental health clinician, advocate, boxer, drummer, healer. Podcaster, blogger and creative spirit. Cristal Martinez Acosta has been working as a therapist within the border community of El Paso, Texas since 2011. Cristal is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Texas and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) through the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). She graduated with honors from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology. Then she attended New Mexico State University (CACREP accredited), where she received a Master of Arts in Counseling and Guidance with a 4.0 GPA. She has experience working with youth and adults who have been affected by traumatic events. Her areas of interest are childhood abuse, domestic violence, anxiety, high-risk youth, depression, Reality Therapy, and immigration issues. She is certified in both Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Parent Child Interaction Therapy and trained in EMDR.

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