Ken, you call your coaching practice
"integrative, body-centered coaching."
What does this mean?
 
 
What kinds of issues do men present to you?
 
 
Tell us more about the kinds of issues
that men bring to coaching.
 
 
Can't a man find resolution for his issues
using "talk therapy?"
 
You work with gay, straight, bi and
transgendered men.  Do you use a
different approach based on a man's
sexual orientation?
 
Can you work with someone who's
not physically present with you?
 
 
Is there a relationship between a man's
spirituality and his sexuality?
 
 
 
 
 
 
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What about trauma? Do men come
to you who have been molested?
What kind of trama do you address?
 
What about a man who is sexually
active and is happy in his body?  Can
he still benefit from your coaching?
 
Tell us more about how coaching
can further improve a man being
more fully in his body.
 
 
Is your practice open to couples too?
 
 
Tell us about how you came to
develop your coaching practice.
 
 
Closing:  a breathing exercise.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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NEW: Listen to
Ken's latest 
Radio Interview
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Host: Dr. Amy
Marsh, Sexologist,
BlogTalkRadio
July 16, 2011
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