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“All the world’s a stage.” ~William Shakespeare
For adults, as well as children, fantasy is often a lot more fun than reality. Whether it’s erotic, exotic or PG enough for Disney, your fantasy is your own self-contained little universe, in which you make all the rules. Anything is possible; nothing is forbidden. Here at the Dr. Susan Block Institute, we call this alternative, highly sexual universe within us all the “Erotic Theater of the Mind.”
Dr. Susan Block, a magna cum laude graduate of Yale University with Distinction in Theater Studies with a doctorate in philosophy with an emphasis in psychology from MU and an honorary doctorate from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality), has developed a uniquely effective and exciting technique of “erotic theater therapy” over the past two decades. She and the other therapists of the Institute practice erotic theater therapy both in the brick and mortar “Womb Room” studio in Los Angeles where she broadcasts her Saturday night shows and via the extremely private medium of the telephone and other communications tools.
In so doing, she follows in the footsteps of her forebear, Dr. Iwan Bloch, considered the Father of Sexology. In 1907, Dr. Bloch boldly proposed the new concept of a science of sexuality: sexualwissenschaft or sexology. Bloch’s colleague Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld helped to organize this science, and in the liberal atmosphere of Weimar Berlin, purchased a villa that became his institute which housed his immense library on sex (later burned by Nazis), provided educational services and medical consultations and featured theatrical presentations on various sexual fetishes and orientations. These theatrical events were attended by therapists, patients of the Institute and dramatic artists of the time, like Christopher Isherwood and W.H. Auden.
Throughout history, many more have utilized the art of theater as a therapeutic and educational tool, including such venerated techniques as “psychodrama” based on Dr. Jacob L. Moreno’s “Theater of Spontaneity,” Dr. Fritz Perls’ Gestalt therapy, Jungian archetypal dramatization, Dr. Marshall Rosenberg’s system of “Nonviolent Communication,” and Michel Foucault’s concepts of Ars Erotica (“erotic art”) and Scientia Sexualis (“science of sexuality”), not to mention the famous Aristotelian view of theater as not just a form of entertainment, but as a means to understand the problems of life. Ancient Greek tragedies and comedies—not to mention their theatrical athletic contests—were filled with sex, love, romance, fantasy and desire, as is classical mythology.
There are essentially two types of erotic theater therapy practiced at the Institute: the real-life Womb Room theater at the Institute on terra firma, where we conduct a variety of therapeutic erotic theater experiences, and the Erotic Theater of the Mind which we explore with individuals and couples via the phone, webcam and other media. For more about Erotic Theater Therapy in the Womb Room, visit Dr. Block’s other site DrSuzy.tv. For more about erotic theater therapy over the phone and webcam, read on.
Dr. Block’s phone sex therapy system takes a three-pronged approach to sex therapy, involving 1) analysis, 2) technique and 3) adventure. The theater actually *happens* on the third prong, but is a part of process of all three. Dr. Block and her other therapists, surrogates and fantasy roleplayers combine the theatrical elements of improvisation, storytelling, spectacle, the hero’s journey, archetype, hypnosis, exaggeration, confession, guided masturbation, “dirty talk,” erotic sound play and role-play, with more traditional forms of therapy and counseling.
Erotic theater therapy via phone sex fantasy roleplay can awaken, enlighten, stimulate, educate, liberate, challenge and comfort, as well as arouse you. Here at the Institute, we believe in the healing power of pleasure, and we want to help you to experience it. It’s the Bonobo Way.
Here are some other benefits of Dr. Block’s erotic theater therapy techniques applied through phone sex fantasy roleplay:
- Gain insight into sexual dilemmas
- Investigate unknown sexual situations
- Revisit and reenact profound sexual memories—good and bad
- Act out dreams with the therapist as aural collaborator
- Try out new private activities
- Explore taboo actions, objects and partners
- Evaluate sexual behaviors: fantasy vs. real life
- Relax your defenses
- Wake up your senses
- Free your mind
- Enhance your orgasm and your partner’s orgasm
- Express your “wild side” without fear of judgment
- Learn about your body
- Improve sexual self-control
- Allow yourself to experience total sexual surrender (lack of control)
- Enhance your self-esteem
- Improve your body image
- Confront your greatest difficulties in and outside of the bedroom
- Learn the art of seduction
- Reveal long bottled up secrets in a safe, private, confidential supportive environment
- Release sexual frustration
- Get ideas for real life through playing out “what-if” scenarios
- Develop confidence
- Learn the truth about yourself
- Rehearse new modes of behavior: learn how to “act” on the stage of your sex life
- Learn how to cope with your more difficult sexual fantasies and fetishes
- Strategize and plan for your erotic future
Interested in exploring erotic theater therapy through phone sex fantasy roleplay, but not sure what fantasy to explore? Here are some common examples:
Husband and Wife
Doctor and Patient
Teacher and Student
Boss and Secretary
Goddess and Worshipper
Mistress and Slave
Priest and Nun
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