Esther Perel is a world-leading psychotherapist and best-selling author whose work tackles the intersection of intimacy, sexuality, and relationships across cultures. She is the author of the best-selling books Mating in Captivity and The State of Affairs, and she hosts the hugely popular podcast, “Where Should We Begin?”
This talk will explore the nature of sex and relationships in an era of #MeToo and the spiritual crisis of loneliness. Join us to learn how to create meaningful connections, a sense of belonging and erotic intelligence.
Held weekly every Monday at 6:30pm during the academic terms, Skirball Talks hosts visionaries from the worlds of politics, the arts, sciences, academia, and more. This event is free and open to the public.
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Psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author Esther Perel is recognized as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. Fluent in nine languages, she helms a therapy practice in New York City and serves as an organizational consultant for Fortune 500 companies around the world. Her celebrated TED talks have garnered more than 20 million views and her international bestseller Mating in Captivity: Unlocking Erotic Intelligence became a global phenomenon translated into 25 languages. Her newest book is the New York Times bestseller The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity (HarperCollins). Esther is also an executive producer and host of the popular podcast Where Should We Begin? Learn more at EstherPerel.com
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