Chatsworth, CA — AVN, Hall of Famers and owners of FallenAngel.TV, Alexandra Silk and Luc Wylder, appearing live on Playboy Radio to promote the completion of their professional sex surrogacy training with International Professional Surrogates Association.
IPSA is an organization that provides education, referral and support to a worldwide community of professionals in the field of surrogate partner therapy. IPSA’s surrogate training is based on the successful methods of Masters and Johnson. The training is for individuals who want to become certified, sex surrogates and therapists, who want to enhance their clinical skills, and learn more about sex therapy and surrogate partner therapy.
“It’s very soulful and rewarding work we are doing” said Luc Wylder. “We work with clients with a wide range of sexual dysfunctions. There’s a desperate unrecognized need for this type of health care in our society. Promoting sexual health has been my primary objective since I first entered the adult industry”.
“Many people don’t understand what a sex surrogate is” explains Alexandra Silk. “The simple way to explain it is, it’s the perfect ménage a trios. A therapist, a client and a sex surrogate or in other terms, a surrogate partner. We are hired only through a professional therapist. This three person therapeutic team has a long term goal for the client to develop healthy relationships with physical and emotional intimacy. We teach them how to touch and how to receive touch. I model effective communication skills and emotional honesty. Genital to genital contact is often not a part of the therapy. I offer experiences of shared physical intimacy, to facilitate in the development of healthy concepts of self esteem, and improve their overall sexual health. It’s a gradual skill building and healing process which requires time and practice”.
Surrogate partner therapy deals with problems from general social anxiety, to specific sexual dysfunctions. Concerns for either gender might result from any of the following: problematic relationships, medical conditions, negative body image or physical disfigurement; sexual, physical or emotional abuse or trauma, confusion about sexual orientation, lack of social or sexual self confidence. Some common sexual concerns for male clients involve dissatisfaction with orgasm, ejaculation, and/or erection difficulties. Female client sexual issues might involve difficulties with orgasmic release or penetration. Clients of either gender may seek therapy to address problems relating to lack of experience, fear of intimacy, shame or anxiety regarding sex, low level of arousal or lack of sexual desire. For more information about IPSA please visit www.surrogatetherapy.org.
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