OT After Dark podcast

OT After Dark

OT After Dark

We are two occupational therapists talking about all things sex. We are breaking societal views on disability to talk about sex from all angles. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support

27 Episoden

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    Episode 26: Researching Sex with Margaret McGrath

    48:41

    In this episode we talk to Dr Margaret McGrath, a Senior Lecturer at the Sydney School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health, about her research related to sexual rehabilitation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 25: OPISI: The first OT Assessment of Sexuality & Intimacy

    50:10

    In this episode, we talk to Dr. Beth Ann Walker about the development of the Occupational Performance Inventory of Sexuality and Intimacy (OPISI), the FIRST OT assessment of sexuality and intimacy.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 24: #DontBeAbleist

    16:27

    In this episode we talk to Devon Wieters, host of Real Talk: All Things Inclusion, a podcast that explores disability and inclusion related topics. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 23: A Story of a Transition

    53:36

    In this episode we talk to Gavin, an occupational therapist and trans man, about his transition. Gavin shares his personal experience of socially, legally, and medically transitioning during graduate school.  We also discuss opportunities for occupational therapy practitioners to support the transgender community. Trigger warning: suicide   --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 22: Creating a Sexy Environment

    47:33

    In this episode, we talk with Sue Newsome, a sex and relationship therapist from Relational Spaces.  Sue works with individuals with disabilities to help them achieve their sexual desires and needs. Sue talks about the importance of creating an environment that is supportive of sexual and intimate activities.   --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 21: Writing the Book on Sex and OT

    50:07

    In this episode we talk to Bernadette Hattjar, DrOT, Med, OTR/L, CWCE, editor of "Sexuality and Occupational Therapy:  Strategies for Persons with Disabilities".  We talk to Dr. Hattjar about the importance of maintaining closeness during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Hattjar also shares specific strategies for addressing sexuality with diagnoses such as arthritis, cardiac conditions, and anxiety.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 20: Pelvic Floor 2.0: Dilators, Vibes, & Lube, oh my!

    53:38

    In this episode we talk to Lindsey Vestel, occupational therapist and owner of The Functional Pelvis, about how dilators and vibrators are used to address issues related to painful sexual intercourse. We also get a crash course in lube! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 19: Accessible Sex Education: Addressing the Sexual Needs of Individuals with IDD

    42:59

    In this episode we talk to Dr. Elizabeth Schmidt, PhD, OTR/L about addressing sexuality with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 18: Getting Kinky

    48:28

    In this episode we discuss the BDSM/Kink lifestyle with members of the community and how practitioners can be more kink aware in everyday practice. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support
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    Episode 17: Flirting with the Therapeutic Relationship

    42:53

    In this episode we talk to Dr. Kathryn Ellis from the Institute for Sex, Intimacy and Occupational Therapy about the ethics and boundaries of addressing sexuality with our clients. We discuss how to develop a therapeutic rapport while also establishing boundaries to flirtatious behavior.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ot-after-dark/support

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