Sex Therapy & Counseling

Ah, to embody love

Ah, to embody love. A practice many think begins when we first fall in love. But, one that I have come to believe begins when we first fall out of love with love. Because our invitation to re-embody love often arrives when we have experienced hurt, disappointment, and heartache.  When heartbreak cracks us wide open. We become students …

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Sacred Sexuality + More Heart Space in Your Sex Life

While modern religions have defined sacred and spiritual as being separate from the body, from nature, and certainly from sex, the ancient the roots of our language and history imply something quite different.  Our collective history suggests that at one time there was a sacred nature to sex.  Given the shifts in our current culture …

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The Dirty Little F Word Required for a Great Valentine’s

V-Day is here! Love is in the air… may be… I keep seeing posts and blogs about being “so over Valentine’s Day.”  Now I don’t necessarily buy into the fanfare, Hallmark cards, and candy.  But, I am also reminded that as humans, we are programmed to connect, love and be loved. So to ignore or …

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The Natural Ebb and Flow of Intimacy

Intimacy… plays an essential role in humans.  As social creatures and at the root of our humanity, is the craving for close, personal and reciprocating relationships with others. Intimacy usually refers to mutual openness, sharing, and vulnerability.  Its lifespan can range from a single interaction to a long-term relationship of years or even decades. It …

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The Gifts of Pulling Away

“He doesn’t really listen” “She plays on the phone rather than spend time with me” “It’s like I don’t even exist” “I feel invisible” “The dog gets more love than I do” When a man or a woman checks out emotionally, mentally, or physically from their relationship, it can be for many the beginning of …

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Sensual… Not Necessarily Sexual

A few weeks ago as I was facilitating a workshop, I spoke about sensuality and sexuality and how they were different.  Most of the participants appeared and shared their surprise in hearing me say this.  A few then shared that they thought that both were the same thing. By definition SENSUALITY is any condition that is about being …

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