Updated: Sep 3
There is no shame in reaching out to an intimacy expert.
I only wish everyone knew that. I wish I had known this when I was younger.
But maybe the concept of intimacy coaching didn't exist back then. It's unfortunate that most people never received a sex education that was focused on pleasure and connection.
But it's never too late to learn!
One common joke I share with my clients is: "Let’s go back to the first grade!”. And my client's age range is from their twenties to seventies...
We all need to start from the basics. Learning how to discover what we want, how to communicate it, feel comfortable in our skin, and safe with our partner… It can be both fun and very emotional. But going further, such as recovering our passion, or learning our unique erotic ways can’t happen without those basics.
I recently heard from a couple on a Discovery Call: It feels embarrassing to seek a sex therapist at our age….
To which I reply: Well, the good news is I am not! :)
“Sex, Love, and Goop” is one of the few documentaries on Netflix that shows what kind of breakthroughs are available in working with an intimacy coach.
I can see how it is becoming more popular, with more and more couples saying they got the courage to call me after watching the show! Thank you, Gwyneth Paltrow.
Every coach is different, but the essence is the same:
- Coaching is not a therapy. Yes, we talk, but the focus is on learning through guided experiences.
- You need to be ready to move forward. The focus is on “How”, not “Why”.
- You don't need to have problems to work with an intimacy coach, but you need to have an intention!
What is it that you want when it comes to intimacy and sex?
What are your desires?
And let me help you to figure out the "how."