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In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom continues his discussion with somatic psychotherapist Kendra Bloom, LMHC. She explains that eroticism—being intimate with self or others—is a way to create energy and awareness. It can be enhanced through movement, dance and doing things in a group which helps us bypass our usual thought processes, opening up energy and flow in the body and psychologically. In this way it opens a doorway to play and healing. In a group setting, it creates a setting where clients can be safe and brave.
Kendra Bloom is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, PACT-Trained Couples Therapist, Somatic Psychotherapist and Certified Intuitive Energy Healer. Kendra combines modern neuroscience with the holistic healing arts, positive psychology and body-based practices to create a dynamic and experiential method of transformation on all levels. She holds master’s degrees in both Sexuality Studies and Counseling Psychology, and enjoys weaving these skills with over a decade of deep spiritual inquiry, yogic study, and love of the embodied arts. Through groups, workshops and individual or couples sessions—Kendra has supported hundreds of people with a process of radical transformation. For more information, visit: https://www.kendra-bloom.com