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Episode 15 | Sex work or therapy? With Dr Sarah Ashton from SHIPS

Georgie Wolf
Georgie Wolf

Are you struggling with insecurity in the bedroom? Are you getting over a bad experience? Or perhaps you have a sexual secret that you need to get off your chest?

Sex workers can be an amazing way to grow your confidence, feel better about yourself and learn more about lovemaking. But they’re not the only option. This episode, I’m speaking with Dr Sarah Ashton from SHIPS to explore why (and when) you might want to see a therapist before booking a sex worker.

About our guest

Dr Sarah Ashton (she/her) is a registered psychologist (AHPRA), Board Approved Supervisor (AHPRA), researcher, and the Director and Founder of SHIPS, which provides sexual health and intimacy psychological services in Melbourne, Australia. She understands and supports diverse relationship structures (such as polyamory and non-monogamy) and sexual practices (such as kink) and advocates for sexual autonomy.

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