Kinky Talks: The Psychology of kinks

Sexuality/BDSM/Fetish

Karina Kehlet Lins

Question:
What does psychotherapy have to do with BDSM? We aren’t sick right?
Answer:
Right!

Still I think it was really really interesting to listen to Karina Kehlet Lins, an international clinical psychologist, systemic psychotherapist, sex therapist, university lecturer and author of several books. Karina gave a presentation in our 25th Kinky Talk that I think is worth listening to.

Psychotherapy

In this talk, we were diving into the kinky mind and we heared about the most recent research from a psychological perspective on “people who practice kinks”.
Guided by Karina we tried to better understand what it is that draws us towards practicing BDSM. And she talked about how the clinical world is shifting its focus away from a pathological view to one of acceptance (and even a teensy bit of celebration).
Find out more on her: www.karinalins.com

And find out more about Kinky Talk #25

Have a look at the Youtube downhere and/or read (a lot) about the discussion at

Kinky Talks 25:
The Psychology of kinks



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