Dans le cadre de notre activité au CeGIDD de Toulon, nous avons été conviés à aller écouter le Docteur Régis Missonnier, médecin généraliste qui s'intéresse depuis de nombreuses années à la problématique de l'usage de produits psycho-actifs dans la sexualité. Ce que l'on appelle "slam sex" (pour injection) ou "chem sex" (pour 'chemical' chimique ).
Sa présentation est régulièrement tenue à jour tant les produits changent et évoluent et que leur diffusion est très importante à cause d'internet.
Pour nous thérapeutes aussi , ayons des notions et des données pour ne pas ignorer le problème.
Les chiffres sont accablants, les effets secondaires aussi...
Addiction à la sexualité, addiction au produit ?
Quelle prise en charge, se reconnait- on usager de drogue dans ce cadre ou l'esprit récréatif gomme -t-il cette représentation ? Quelle prévention ? Un sujet que je propose aussi en débat sur le site : que celles et ceux qui le souhaitent, prennent la parole !
Contribution of sexology in the general management of people consulting for a screening of a sexually transmittable infection.
Conjugal and family counsellor
Conjugal and family counsellor, trained in human sexology with a major in a counselling and education (Inter University Association of Sexology).
Ten years in the Var family planning in charge of sexual education and prevention of sexual risks (students and adults).
Present in the hospital planning centers for support to abortion (Draguignan hospital, Bonnet hospital in Fréjus).
As a freelance sexologist since 2015, I’ve been in charge of the sexology office of the CeGIDD at the Sainte Musse hospital in Toulon and I’ve been supporting and training professionals in sexual health.
Subject: Contribution of sexology in the general management of people consulting for a screening of a sexually transmittable infection.
The 2015 Social Security financing law organizing, through the fusion of CDAG and CIDDIST, the new CeGIDD has opened the door to sexology and has therefore allowed to reaffirm the importance of a place where all questions about sexuality can be discussed.
Basing her action on counselling and not judging, with empathy and a positive view on things, the Conjugal Counsellor / Sexologist can question the affective, relational and sexual dysfunctions.
Sexual health is seen as an important factor of general health because it has an impact on the patient’s whole life.
This place where people can speak confidentially, anonymously, with or without an appointment allows patients to get information on the risks they take but also to take some time to express their emotions and try to speak about their problems.
It’s a place where people can improve their knowledge on the modes of contamination, prevention, contraception but also to allow themselves to speak about personal problems.
Because the patients are not judged and their convictions are respected, it’s by experiencing this free speech that they can mobilize personal and environmental resources to be able to face their troubles in a better way and find their own solutions.
The Conjugal Counsellor and Family Sexologist guides patients towards other professions in the same field because her work can only be done through interdisciplinarity.
She neither examines nor prescribes, she’s a professional of listening, counselling, supporting on all relational, affective and sexual problems, for single persons, couples, for all types of people, with all types of sexual orientations. She facilitates access to information that everyone can understand.
Conjugal Counselling, because of its long experience (it appeared in France in the 1930s), and sexology, supported by the medical world, can both compare their views and suggest specific and complementary care. A few issues on which she can advise patients: lack of desire and pleasure, absence of orgasm, arousal problems, erection and ejaculation problems, misunderstanding, violence, unreal expectations, wrong ideas about sexuality, lack of knowledge on masculine and feminine sexuality, taboos…
These places where people can speak are also necessary to fight against gender stereotypes and against a sexuality which is endured and repressive.