Do you want to experience sexual pleasure in your life? As women we’re not taught about pleasure, so it can be hard to find the words to express what we want in our lives and our relationships. Is your sex life as exciting as you want it to be? What if you feel awkward and ashamed when it comes to talking about what you want in bed, what your body responds to, and how your partner approaches sex?
There is the self-help option…one can read a book. And, I wrote a book on just that–Inviting Desire. But sometimes it helps to work one-on-one with someone you trust who can listen and support, offer ideas and information, and work with you to figure out what you really want. To do some problem-solving and goal setting around how you can experience greater sexual pleasure.
I had to do the work of figuring out my approach to sex as a divorced woman, after 27 years of marriage. Towards the end of my marriage sex became less satisfying for me. When it came time for me to resume a sexual life, I wasn’t prepared. I started dating and having sex with little confidence or ability to talk about my needs. My body was changing and my transition from harried wife/mother/business owner had left me without much sexual desire. It’s hard to feel sexy when things aren’t right in your relationship…or your job or other areas of life. You know; you’ve been there.
Fast forward five years and I’m having the kind of sex that gives me pleasure. I can express my wants and needs. And, using my previous job experiences and education I’m helping others create a different, or better, sexual experience.
I want to reach out to even more people and help them with their questions and challenges about sex and sexuality. With that intention, I’m now working one-on-one with women who want to enhance their sex lives. I have a Masters in Psychology and over 10 years working in the field of sexual violence. I have spent the last five years speaking and writing about midlife sexuality and women’s pleasure.
Supporting women in embracing their pleasure and inviting desire is my life’s work. I work with women to examine what is and isn’t working in their sexual relationships. We’ll talk about what you want to bring into your life and together we’ll design a plan to help you meet your goals. It may be about technique, it may be as simple as learning how to better communicate with a partner. Or it may be that you want to work on enhancing your sexuality as a single person. My goal is to help you create a more satisfying intimate life, single or partnered.
Isn’t that what you want? The Work With Me page will give you more details and contact information.
Also published on Medium.