LifePath Therapy Associates

Unlocking Desire

Unlocking Desire:
Helping Clients Navigate Desire Discrepancy and Low Libido

June 7, 2024
9:00 am – 12:00 pm Central Time

Virtual over Zoom

Rachel Zar, PhD, LMFT, CST

$75, we are offering discounted rates for students, please reach out for the discount code

3 (LifePath offers CEUs for social workers, marriage and family therapists, and professional counselors through the Illinois Dept. of Financial and Professional Regulation.)

Welcome to Unlocking Desire

Helping Clients Navigate Desire Discrepancy and Low Libido! Join us for an experiential and engaging workshop led by Rachel Zaar, where we will explore practical approaches to support individuals and couples. Don’t miss this opportunity to join us in conversation, build your skills, and expand your knowledge in this important area of sexual health! We believe pleasure is for all people, and this workshop integrates a trauma informed and sex-inclusive approach.


1. Participants will be able to identify and differentiate between psychological, relational, and physiological factors contributing to low libido and desire discrepancy in individuals and couples.

2. Participants will increase their repertoire of interventions to effectively address low libido and desire discrepancy in therapy, including cognitive-behavioral, psychoeducation, and mindfulness techniques.

About Your Facilitator

Rachel Zar, PhD, LMFT, CST, (she/her/hers) is a couple and family therapist and an AASECT-certified sex therapist. She is currently a clinician and clinical supervisor at Avid Intimacy in Chicago.

She knows that sex and relationships can be among the most difficult topics to talk about, and she strives to create a safe, non-judgmental place for these intimate and essential conversations. Her primary focus is working with those experiencing sexual functioning issues including painful sex (vulvodynia, vaginismus, etc.), difficulty with or inability to orgasm, or low or diminished libido. She is trauma trained and informed, and she is an LGBTQ- and kink- affirmative clinician.


Can I come late or leave early from a course that offers Continuing Education Units?
You must attend the entirety of the courses for the full length of time to receive continuing education credits. We are required to verify attendance at the event.

Who is eligible to receive Continuing Education Units?
We are an approved continuing education provider for the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. We provide CEs for Social Workers and Counselors under license number 159.001603 and for Marriage and Family Therapists under license number 168.000264. Please check with your governing board to verify your continuing education license requirements.

How do I receive CEUs for this workshop?
Please note that we require your live attendance via zoom in order to issue CE certificates. The IDFPR now requires that any CEUs obtained via a remote program (e.g., self-study, book-study, or computer/internet based course) must include an examination. There will be a brief 10 question examination via a google form after the workshop. Please complete, and enter your licensure information in the Google form provided in our follow-up email to ensure the prompt issue of CE certificates after the workshop.

Do you offer refunds?
We do not offer refunds for our training courses. Please reach out to with any questions.