Recontextualizing Shameful Dreaming with Anne Hodder–Shipp | S2:E7

S2:E7 | Dec. 10, 2020 | 50 min.

Does having a sex dream about a past lover bring up feelings of guilt and shame? Anne Hodder-Shipp, a dreamwork specialist, talks to Wendy about why dreams shouldn't be a catalyst for worry. Instead, Anne discusses the many ways observing dreams can be a source of self-growth and healing.







Connect with Anne Hodder-Shipp


Anne Hodder-Shipp, CSE, ACS, (she/they pronouns) is a multi-certified sex and relationships educator with professional training in breathwork and holistic dreamwork. She boasts a unique understanding of age-appropriate sex education, trauma-informed healing, critical thinking, and emotional intelligence, and she brings a fun, friendly and sex-positive facilitation style to every session, group or event she hosts. Utilizing a non-judgmental and no-BS approach, Anne happily helps clients of all ages, experience levels and lifestyles heal, learn and grow. With an ability to convey complicated (and sometimes sensitive) information in an accessible way, Anne coaches, guides, and supports clients through profound healing and specializes in working with trauma and shame — especially the ways trauma and shame affect (and disrupt) our day-to-day lives.


Website: AnneHodderShipp.com

Instagram: @theannehodder

Twitter: @theannehodder Facebook: @annehodder






About Host Wendy Strgar

Wendy is an award-winning entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, a pioneer in the organic personal care product industry. An active sex educator, Wendy is a popular blogger and author of two books. Sex That Works: An Intimate Guide To Awakening Your Erotic Life was published in June 2017 and is the companion to her first book, Love that Works: A Guide to Enduring Intimacy. Dear Sex is Wendy's new podcast adventure.

Business: www.goodcleanlove.com

Instagram: @wendy.strgar

Twitter: @wendystrgar

LinkedIn: in/wendystrgar



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