In the era of the #MeToo Movement, sex and relationships at work have become a taboo subject. Integrative health and sexuality educator and founder of the Sex and Medicine Summit Anita Teresa join us on this episode of #ProofofLove to answer some tough questions such as:
How do we approach sexuality in the workplace?
What are some ways to distinguish between flirting and harassment?
How do we create better environments to bring up touchy subjects?
Is it ok to date in the workplace in this day and age?
How can a company implement a more modern policy concerning dating and relationships in the workplace?
We investigate the recent cases of Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein and the cultural conditioning of women to stay silent, the need for setting clear boundaries, and the steps people can take to have conversations and develop compassion and empathy for the opposite sex.
About the Guests:
Anita Teresa Boeninger is a New York-based integrative health & sexuality educator with a background in Clinical Social Work, Mind-Body Therapies, Performing Arts, and Somatic Movement Education. She was a Heath Educator in the Department of Integrative Health Programs at NYU Hospital for nearly five years, and is the founder of The Sex & Medicine Summit, an education platform reaching tens of thousands of health and wellness professionals globally.
During her tenure at NYU Langone Medical Center (NYULMC), she innovated an extensive array of staff wellness education, corporate wellness (for clients of NYULMC), and administered a pre-surgical preparation program to thousands of patients. She continues to collaborate with experts in the field of neurobiology, sex therapy and mind-body integration.
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