4-D Wheel Training for Creative Professionals
6 AASECT CEs
EXPANDING THE PRACTICE
OF SEX THERAPY
How to Use the 4-D Wheel of Sexual Experience
with Individuals, Couples, and Groups
Learn the innovative practices of the 4-D Wheel
directly from Gina Ogden, its award-winning creator
This inspirational training offers guidelines, meditations, activities, and case examples to help you incorporate the Wheel immediately into your practice in a way that will transform your clients—and you.
With each session of this training, you receive specific strategies for using the 4-D Wheel plus…
- Handouts with resources and activities
- Meditations to use with your clients and for yourself
- An innovative case presentation from a seasoned 4-D Network practitioner
(Time Limited Bonus Offer) Receive Personal Supervision from Gina!
Within one month of purchasing this online class, you have the opportunity to submit one of your cases by e-mail for supervisory comments from Gina and/or other appropriate 4-D Network practitioners.
All you have to do is:
- Send your case by e-mail to Gina@GinaOgden.com
- Include the receipt from your purchase of the teleseminar
- Use the subject line “Free Personal Supervision”
I appreciated the practical, useful tools and info, and creative inspiration. The lightbulb insights click ‘on’ as my clients explore their wholeness in the quadrants. –Judith White, MA, LLP, LPC, Kalamazoo, MI
The 4-D Template and Core Dynamics of the Wheel
In this first module, Gina teaches you how to initiate 4-D Wheel sessions with your clients by inviting you to step into the essential elements of each quadrant of the Wheel: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. You will leave this session with grounded and clear information about how to invite your clients to use the Wheel with you. A bonus of this session is the innovative “Hucha Miqui” meditation for letting go of unwanted tension and breathing in peace, power, and curiosity.
Using concrete objects to shine light on your clients hidden stories
One of the groundbreaking aspects of “Wheel work” includes inviting clients to bring in objects to represent aspects of their sexual story they want to nurture and aspects they want to move beyond. Working with these concrete objects is an ingenious way of focusing therapy sessions, helping your clients clarify their goals, and revealing dynamics and layers of information that often surpass those that can be accessed by talk therapy alone.
Strategies for couples experiencing intimacy issues, desire discrepancies, infidelity, affairs, break-ups, and more.
This session demonstrates how you can use the 4-D Wheel as an exceptional vehicle for helping partners move through a wide range of challenges and stalemates, speak about them in non-judgmental ways that their partner can hear and understand, reveal their deepest desires, and begin taking responsibility for their own pleasure.
Setting the space and inviting safe and open participation
One of Gina’s extraordinary gifts is the ability to create safety and openness in all kinds of groups. In this module, she transmits her secrets to you, so that you can help your clients and students experience profound shifts during workshops, retreats, group therapy sessions, and larger audiences. An animated online group discussion accompanies this module and underscores how the method works in actual practice.
Incorporating your unique professional skills
Gina’s therapeutic wisdom extends beyond helping you work with clients to helping you integrate the Wheel into your own personal and professional life. Meditation and breathing practices in this session are designed to help you discover your unique creative edge—so that you can draw on competencies you have already mastered and develop new skills via the Wheel.
Helping your clients integrate change and transformation
Gina invites you to experience the Wheel as a “structure of magic:” As our clients move among the quadrants, they are also stimulating brain activity and literally rewiring their own neurobiology, and rewriting their own stories. Such transformation can occur for practitioners as well, as we expand our sense of what is possible for clients.