On the subject of sex, a subject that makes so many stammer, clam up or crack wise, Esther Perel, a couples therapist and author, is uncommonly eloquent, even rhapsodic. That particular rhetorical gift is apparently in high demand: Last July, Ms. Perel gave an opening talk at Summit Outside, a three-day meeting of entrepreneurs and creative types held on Powder Mountain in Eden, Utah.
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From the New Yorker Festival, the couples therapist and podcast host discusses infidelity, apologies, and the problem with wedding vows these days. The psychotherapist Esther Perel knows how to work a room. Those who do not have an opportunity to see her live can watch her on the TED stage, where her videos, subtitled in more than thirty languages, have been viewed tens of millions of times. Perel, who grew up in Antwerp as the daughter of Holocaust survivors, got her start as a family therapist, focussing on issues of trauma and cultural conflict. Couples have since become her clinical and theoretical specialty. Can romantic desire truly be sustained?
Esther Perel born is a Belgian psychotherapist of Polish-Jewish descent who has explored the tension between the need for security love, belonging and closeness and the need for freedom erotic desire, adventure and distance in human relationships. Perel promoted the concept of Erotic Intelligence in her book Mating in Captivity: Unlocking Erotic Intelligence , which has been translated into 24 languages. Perel is the host of the podcast Where Should We Begin? In , Perel was added to Oprah Winfrey's Supersoul list of visionaries and influential leaders.
But how? Perel, a licensed marriage and family therapist with a practice in New York, travels the world to help people answer this question. For her research she works across cultures and is fluent in nine languages.