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In Depth Look Into SPT – 3 Video Interviews

Two of my fabulous IPSA colleagues were interviewed for a three part series in Charlottesville, SC. I am so excited to share the links to this three part series – please watch ALL of them – I’m so proud of their representation and clarity of this life changing work.

You’ll hear from two therapists with their opposite views. And that’s OK!

http://www.newsplex.com/content/news/Teaching-intimacy-through-surrogate-partner-therapy-420945073.html

Please note – there’s a great segment about Surrogate Partner Therapy and the stance of the law. Also note; there has never been any type of legal issue with SPT surrogates, therapists or clients.

What Is Surrogate Partner Therapy? (An Interview)

I recently came across an interview with my IPSA mentor, Vena Blanchard that I thought was just amazing. I wish every potential client and therapist would read through it; it answers so many questions! Here’s the link to the sexuality.org interview. I didn’t want to re-post it here because it’s already written up nicely for you there.

Here are some of the interview questions (go to the link to read the responses):

How effective is surrogate partner therapy, in comparison to “pure talk” therapies involving only the client and his or her therapist?

What misconceptions do clients typically have about surrogate therapy, if any?

What misconceptions do therapists sometimes have?

How should the therapist respond if a client begins to focus on the surrogate’s body type as being relevant, before even meeting him or her?

Articles and interviews like this one make me so proud to be a Surrogate Partner Intern working with IPSA!

~ Tara

Learn More About Surrogate Partner Therapy (SPT)

Welcome and thank you for visiting sessionswithtara.com 20130913_185848

You’re here to learn more about Surrogate Partner Therapy and it is my sincere hope to provide you with that information.

Please use the links provided above to learn more about SPT and myself.

I also encourage you to reach out and contact me so that we can talk about SPT one on one. I welcome hearing from therapists and potential clients as well.

Tara