Sex On The Mind
Sue Fuller-Good is a well-known Johannesburg based Physiotherapist and Mindfulness Coach. She is the Founder and Director of Body Brilliance and has a special interest in the pelvis and in chronic pain. She has been working in the field of pelvic pain and dysfunction, including sexual dysfunction since 2002. Sue completed her MSc in 2002 through the University of Witwatersrand (WITS), with her research focusing on pelvic function. She then became a post-graduate teacher in the field of treating the pelvis and all aspects of dysfunction including pain and sexual difficulties. Sue has been invited to speak at international conferences in the field of mindfulness practice.
Sue will be speaking on the use of mindfulness in treating sexual difficulties. Psycho-socially based anxiety and physiological tension are often precipitating and perpetuating factors in sexual dysfunction. The use of mindfulness in combination with physiotherapy is a highly effective evidence-based treatment. This modality is an excellent complement to other elements of comprehensive sexual pain treatment such as medication and psychotherapy. As such this event introduces medical and mental health care professionals to this clinical treatment modality.
The event includes an hour presentation on mindfulness and physiotherapy in treating sexual dysfunction, as well as a practical training hour in mindfulness interventions.