Patrick Bluett discusses his background and experiences in the field of sex therapy and specifically how he’s noticed a lot of programming around shame. He focuses on men’s sexuality teaching men after the “me too” movement about consent in all areas of sexuality and how to move forward in a healthy way. Bluett emphasizes the importance of a more open and honest dialogue about sex and questioning why current narratives keep us away from sex-positive truths. He believes this is done intentionally from a place of control. Patrick believes the companionship and connection models bring members is important socially, and he still encourages those who are seeking therapy to explore it with those who are trained specifically for it.
You can learn more about Patrick here: www.bluettcounseling.com