With Awareness Comes Change: 
Love, Sex and Relationship – Finding Fulfilling Connection through Vulnerability

Love and sex are natural, healthy aspects of fulfilling relationships. Being vulnerable about our sexual needs, desires and fantasies may be difficult or impossible if they are associated with guilt, fear or especially shame. Guilt, fear and shame act as barriers to connection and a lack of connection can lead to the end of a relationship. According to the American Psychological Association, 40-50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce, and many of those divorces stemmed from an unfulfilling relationship. 

With Awareness comes change. When you are clear about your own sexual needs, desires and fantasies, and you choose to be vulnerable no matter your story or your past trauma, you can create growth in your own self concept and increase your ability to establish trusting, open and honest relationships with those that you love. 

What I can help with

  • Increase in love and relationship skills
  • Professional feedback on your personal sexuality 
  • Awareness of your own needs
  • Exploring your fantasies
  • Individuation in a relationship
  • Learning to create an open dialogue with your partner
  • Creating the relationship you want, whether that´s monogamy, an open relationship, or anything in between
  • Supporting in sexual orientation or identity (LGBTQIA+)
  • Dealing with difficult (temporary) sexual situations
  • Dealing with sexual disorders & dysfunctions (vaginismus, desire disorders, orgasm disorders, arousal disorders, erectile dysfunction, premature or inhibited ejaculation, stimulation disorder, sexual pain disorders, sex addiction, asexuality)
  • Supporting healing from trauma and building resilience
  • Dealing with stressful emotions, experiences of violence, fantasies of violence
  • Sexual anxiety and emotional confusion
  • Sexual self-determination and vitality

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