What’s up with it?”

On sexual dysfunction during the war.


What’s up with it?”

On sexual dysfunction during the war.

Once a month

Every first Saturday of the month.

Four hours

A double lecture – two lectures 1.5 hours each, plus a small break.

Two viewpoints

Body-oriented psychotherapy and sexology

The announcement of the next course is in the Telegram channel about War Trauma

About relationship difficulties

Our double lecture is about how our guys have a sense of being a “burden” to their wives after being wounded/ambushed. How they don’t want women to save their male self-esteem by fussing and furtively wiping away tears. How sure they are that wives initiate intimacy out of pity and get angry at themselves for refusing intimacy.

About how, even without injuries, the military homes continue to mentally stay at the front. How they want to go back and can’t adapt to this, the other reality. Not giving themselves the right to rest, while the war and all the brothers are there….

These are two perspectives from two experts who see the problem from different angles. Join us!

Irina Khrisanfova

Body psychotherapist

Tatiana Stanislavskaya

Psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist

A double lecture on sexual dysfunction – for psychologists working with the following requests:

Sexual dysfunction: reasons, diagnostics, psychotherapy.

Change of feelings towards a partner: too much aggression or on the contrary, apathy and alienation.

Consequences of combat traumas and long absence of sex – in men and women.

Masking sexual dysfunction with the help of distracting requests.

Difficulties with libido and achieving satisfaction during the contact.

Shame and guilt, inferiority complex, feeling of own worth.

Psychological discrepancies in relationships which “weren’t there before”.

Psychological exhaustion, psychosomatic consequences.

This course is developed for Ukrainian-speaking audience. For English-speaking patients, the description is for informative purposes only. You can always request the price of a video recording or other course materials with translation into English.

Please use the provided contact details.