As a clinical sexologist, I work in a clinical setting, which means I perform sex therapy, assisting clients with a range of sexual concerns. Using a combination of talk therapy techniques, somatic methods, and psycho-education about sex and anatomy, I work with individuals and couples to increase pleasure and become their ideal sexual selves. My […]
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Posted on March 18 2021
Having a baby is extremely traumatic for your body. Though it is taxing on your body, most healthcare providers will clear individuals to return to sexual activity at six weeks postpartum. Your postpartum sexual activity will depend on your specific birthing experience. This includes whether you had a vaginal or belly/cesarean birth as well as […]
Posted on November 03 2020
Butterflies. Passion. Fireworks. These words are commonly used to describe the feeling a person hopes to experience when they are with their significant other. Certainly, this feeling can signify the romantic and sexual chemistry that people share, which is a great launchpad for a budding relationship. For some, the absence of this feeling is the […]
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Posted on September 06 2020
So what exactly do I do? This is the most common question I receive! Now, I can’t tell you what every sexologist does, but I can tell you what a typical day in my life looks like. Let’s start by breaking it down. A sexologist means a person who studies human sexuality and sexual behavior. […]
Posted on January 09 2015
Let 2015 be the year that you focus on the most substantial and influential part of the female body: the brain.
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