What happens in a sex therapy session?
Well, let’s ask a different question: if you were completely safe and completely honoured and respected, what would you choose to explore?
Some people want to explore what it’s like just to rest in receiving, with no obligation to reciprocate.
Others feel disembodied, or only partially embodied, and want to explore the full range of their potential for bodily pleasure and sensation.
Some people want to recover a sense of themselves as sexual beings which they feel they’ve lost, perhaps due to having been in a long relationship, or having become a mother.
Others need help in opening themselves up to sexuality, perhaps because of difficult experiences when young, or significant life changes. That might entail genital mapping, de-armouring or Erotic Massage.
Some people find that sex therapy which is just talking isn’t enough for them.
Some people want to broaden their sense of what is possible.
Some people want to learn how to say yes, and how to say no. How to find out what they want, and how to ask for it.
Some people just want to talk, and not be judged.
My training is unusual, and broad. I have been immersed in tantra for 15 years with Shakti Tantra. I have trained in Sexological Bodywork. I have trained extensively in The Wheel Of Consent and other modalities. I am a practicing Buddhist who views sexual issues as a major part of avoidable unhappiness, and who treats his clients from a position of respect, empowerment and love. I do not have sexual relations with any of my clients, present or past. Any activity in the session will be discussed and agreed beforehand, and I will maintain the boundary of that agreement.