Women Feminine Sex Sexuality Sensuality Pleasure Desire Erotic Love
One of my greatest hear-desires is to help women feel more comfortable and own their erotic desire and pleasure.
Therapy or counseling provide a form of talk therapy * that creates a safe space to find clear and workable solutions.
One thing that almost all women seeking sex therapy have in common is thinking that they are the only one suffering from their particular issue. Feeling as if you are the only person struggling or being challenged with sex adds to your sense of embarrassment, hopelessness or avoidance, making it even harder to reach out for help.
After much struggle, many women frequently turn to their medical doctors for help. The problem is that most medical doctors have little to no experience with sexual issues—medical schools only provide minimal experience and mainly in the area of sexual reproduction—not sexual or pleasure physiology. This leaves most women feeling even more hopelessness.
The truth is that a woman’s body is quite wise. Although it may seem that it is working against you, it is actually keeping you safe and informing you that your sexual needs and requirements are not being met.
My intention is to help women explore and better understand their own unique sexual self, sexual expression and sexual needs in order to create a healthy relationship with their own body, heart, mind and desire.
Women's sexuality is constantly evolving.
The truth is that feminine desire is shifts depending upon your mood, health, hormones, lifestyle, and context of your life. It is completely normal and natural to experience changes in your sexuality (even daily!)
What may feel good one day, may feel quite different the next.
Senses help feminine sexuality slowly rise.
Women are informed by the senses – what they see, hear, smell, touch, and taste. This is why for women foreplay begins the moment she opens her eyes.
The more comfortable a woman is in her body, enjoys and takes pleasure from her body, moves freely in her body, the more enriched are her life and of those around her.
As she embodies herself and allows her sensuality to nourish her, she is able to nurture and care for others from a place of abundance. What this means is that a woman’s relationship with her body and her body’s wisdom is where her erotic self is rooted.
COMMONLY HELPED ISSUES:
Low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness
Poor body image and complicated relationship with the body and pleasure
Superwoman complex and perfectionism… having to do it all and not asking for help
Balancing traditional feminine roles with modern ambitions and work-home demands
Sexuality and sexual identity, including enhancement, dysfunction, satisfaction, and comfort level
Dissatisfaction in intimate relationships, wishing for more emotional intimacy and connection with partner
Aging and sexuality
Peri-menopause and menopause impact on libido and desire
Trauma and sexuality
Infidelity recovery & trust
Pregnancy, Postpartum, Infertility recovery
* Sex therapy does not involve any form of physical contact, nudity, or sexual behavior between client and