Many men after prostate cancer treatment feel 'left to their own devices' (often quite literally) when it comes to managing their sexual function changes.
This session will help you navigate this touchy subject with confidence, so you can give your patients much needed hope and support. We will discuss the principles and strategies for sexual rehabilitation based on the latest research. We will address important frequently asked questions like: Can men regain erections post surgery? What other sexual function changes should they expect? What sexual rehab devices might they ask you about, and how do these devices work?
Victoria Cullen is a Sexuality Educator and PhD candidate at RMIT University. She obtained her Bachelors and Masters in Cognitive Psychology from University College London. In 2015, she co-founded the world's first sex toy design course in an academic setting at RMIT University. In 2017, she partnered with Urology Surgeon, Professor Declan Murphy, to deliver complimentary consultations as part of his usual care to private Prostatectomy patients. She offers a free online program on sexual recovery post Prostatectomy through her website www.atouchysubject.com. You can also learn about choosing and using safe, effective sexuality products through her Youtube channel: www.youtube.com/atouchysubject.
Women's, Men's and Pelvic Health National Group
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