Welcome to the Sexology Podcast! Today I am joined by Robert Cox. Robert is a therapist who specializes in trauma, addiction and autism. His private practice is based in the Kansas City area.
I have found myself feeling incredibly sick of hearing the same narrative of abuse and trauma, for men and women, in the news. There are abusers of all kinds, people we know and people who are very different from us. This made me curious about how we got to this place. Robert wrote a piece in the Huffington Post related to this topic. I’ve asked Robert to be on the show today to talk about how we got here and what we can do to change things going forward.
Throughout this episodes we talk about the culture we are creating, how we’ve gotten here and how we can change the negative, sexual assault culture that has become our normal. We dive into how we can combat objectification of men and women, the impact of buying into the myth we aren’t broken and how we can take accountability and ask why.
- The culture we are creating
- The Bill Cosby effect
- Cogitative dissonance
- Buying into the myth we aren’t broken
- Candy coating the consequences
- The idea that men can’t control themselves
- Systematic views that create culture
- You get to choose your behavior
- Stimulus and response
- Things to do to combat objectification of men and women
- We were meant to be connected
- Triggering fear response
- Blame and shame culture
- Asking why and taking accountability
- Strength in being hurt
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is not only a clinical psychologist, but also a sex therapist in Los Angeles. She works with a variety of couples and individuals to improve sexual and relational issues and heal related trauma and pain. Dr. Moali conducts private consultations in two offices, her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices. You can also book a virtual session that will take place on a secure video-counseling platform online.
About Robert Cox
Robert Cox is therapist in Liberty, MO. In his private practice, Robert concentrates on the treatment of Trauma, Addictions and Autism. He also has a podcast called Mindful Recovery, where he provides mindfulness guidance and psycho-education. In addition, he is a guest blogger for the Huffington Post.
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