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    You can only feel sexually connected to another person when you feel connected to yourself.

    A Psychedelic-Assisted Approach to Sex Therapy

    If sexual issues are preventing true closeness between you and your partner, you may want to consider sex therapy…

    Are you stuck in a sexless marriage?

    Do you and your partner have mismatched sexual desires?

    Are you having performance issues?

    Do you not feel emotionally connected anymore?

    Or maybe you want to spice up your love life, but your partner isn’t interested.


    Sensitivity to the character of another person’s energy field is an essential ingredient in sexual attraction. Regardless of how compatible two people might be physically or mentally, sex will soon lose interest for us if we have no creative charge at the subtle body level.

    To stay interested in sex, we do not have to keep changing our sexual repertoire by collecting new partners, toys, or techniques. We need only our own open, wakeful presence.  And when we experience sex in this way, as a way of being present, rather than merely entertained, its sacred power can enter us. It strips away facades, exposing our pure, naked presence like nothing else can.

    How does Sex Therapy work?

    The Sex Therapy offered here at Soulful Relationships is often intertwined with other therapeutic work like Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). As a sex therapist, I focus on the physical, relational, emotional, and even spiritual levels of the partnership between two people in a relationship, then identify the couple’s attitudes about sex and contributing factors of the the sexual disconnect. From there, I will often recommend specific practices to refocus the couple’s attention and release expectations. Sex therapy only touches the heart. There is no hands-on work involved, except by your partner(s) at home.


    Specific objectives may include the following:

    • Exploring who you are as a sexual being
    • Learning to eliminate and relax distractions
    • Exploring different kinds of sexual experiences (possibly including non-monogamy)
    • Learning to communicate what you’d like in a positive way
    • Learning nonsexual touch techniques
    • Increasing or enhancing sexual stimulation
    • Minimizing pain during intercourse

    If you’d like to explore sex therapy, know that you are not alone in having sexual challenges. I am Certified as a Sex Therapist by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapist (AASECT). Please reach out today so we can schedule an appointment.

             Less Performance. More Pleasure. 
    *Make pleasure the priority*