with Psychologist Dr. Tracy Dalgleish
It’s time for a replay episode on a topic that raises so many questions for parents. Have you and your partner struggled to find your groove postpartum? Do you find it hard to prioritize each other and sex while juggling all. of. the. roles and responsibilities of being parents? Join the club! So many women I speak with wonder why they have no sex drive or why they struggle with arousal. Sex is a hot topic! Tune in today as Dr. Tracy Dalgleish and I explore the reasons why and help you to better understand your own arousal system!
It’s easy for us to think that everyone else is doing better than us, adjusting to being a parent better than us, having more sex than us, and the list goes on. Are people really having as much sex as we think they are? Are other couples struggling to find their sex groove as new parents? I created a short poll to collect the details on what’s really going on behind closed doors and would love it if you would take a couple of minutes to fill it out. You can find it at happyasamother.co/sex.
Dr. Tracy Dalgleish helps individuals and couples navigate the challenges we all face in our relationships and within ourselves to create a more meaningful life through therapy, wellness seminars, and her work outside of the therapy room.
For over 15 years, Dr. Dalgleish has provided direct clinical services as well as researching, writing, and speaking about relationships. She provides psychological assessments, diagnosis, and individual and couple therapy for a variety of difficulties, including depression, anxiety, postpartum difficulties, stress and burnout, and relationship difficulties. Having trained with world renowned couples therapists, she aims to understand the couple dynamic and help partners shift from disconnected to connected.
A mother of two young children and owner of Integrated Wellness, a mental health clinic in Ottawa Ontario, she understands what it means to juggle the full load of being a mother and a professional woman.
To learn more about what she does every day with clients in her therapy office, join her online community. Visit her website, https://drtracyd.com, or check out her Instagram page. If you prefer to learn on the go, Dr. Dalgleish offers a variety of ways to learn, including an online community for women who want to improve their relationship, or tune into her podcast, ‘I’m Not Your Shrink’ where she dives deeper into clinical knowledge and research, in a relatable and informal way.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- Understanding sexual desire or lack thereof
- Understanding attachment in relationships
- Exploring reasons why you may not want to have sex
- Understanding female vs. male arousal
- Practical tips and realistic expectations around sex during postpartum period
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- Resentment Workshop: When Parenting Feels Unfair
- Connection Workshop: Intimacy After Children