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How to know if Somatic Sex Education can help you

Updated: Jul 25, 2019

Answer these questions to determine if working together will help you.

Have you experienced trauma in your life (sexual or otherwise) and have a hunch that it is getting in the way of feeling connected to yourself and people who are important to you?


Do you struggle with low arousal, or a fear of intimacy?


Is premature ejaculation or maintaining erections a worry for you?

Do you experience shame, disconnection, pain, or numbness in your body?

Is your self-esteem (including sexual self-esteem) suffering?

Did you notice that starting the journey of trying to conceive, or the journey of giving birth changed your relationship with your body, sex, or intimacy?

Do you have questions you want to ask or experiences you want to talk about that affect your intimate life?

Would you like to bring more confidence and vitality to your life?

Are you struggling with different sex drives in your relationship?

Did you experience miscarriage or abortion and want to integrate or release this with your body?

Did you experience episiotomy, tearing, c-section, breast surgery, gender reassignment or other surgery which has left scars?

Do you want to learn how to talk about (or even discover) what you like and want?

Has a breakup or life change left you feeling some strain around your relationship with intimacy and/or sex?

Do you have a curiosity about what's possible in your intimate life?

If you've answered 'yes' to any of these, I can help. People work with me in these areas and many more.

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