Clinical Sexologist, Sex Coach & Consultant
Once upon a time, the female body was considered to be a source of magic and other-worldly power. In fact, our anatomy was a symbol of good luck and prosperity; deeply respected and widely worshipped around the world. Wow, how times have changed! I think it's about time we revive this spirit of celebration and wonder, don't you?
CLINICAL SEXOLOGIST & SEX COACH
I work specifically with women to help restore confidence in their body, reclaim their relationship with sexual pleasure and let go of the stress they associate with sex.
It brings me great joy to work with women who have made the decision to take a stand against sexual shame and lacklustre sex. It’s time to stop hiding your body, stop faking your orgasms, stop over-thinking sex and start revelling in the joy, silliness and pleasure of your authentic sexual expression!
I work with women who want to establish a comfortable and connected relationship with their sexual body, who want to explore their sexuality, sensuality and pleasure for themselves and have the confidence to put themselves centre stage in their own sexual narrative.
I encourage my clients to set themselves free from the shame, awkwardness and harmful mythologies that surround sex and guide them down a road of sexual self-discovery. I provide dedicated, compassionate and judgement-free support to help my clients clear the obstacles, overcome their sexual difficulties and reach their full sexual potential.
I offer talk-only 1:1 sessions, programs and workshops. I have had the privilege to collaborate and work with a number of brands and organisations including Marie Claire, Manchester University, The Vagina Museum, Ferly, Daye and Bless.
I worked in the advertising industry in London as a TV Producer for almost a decade, working on famous campaigns for global brands such as Compare the Market, Facebook, M&S Food, Deliveroo, McVities and Volvo.
I still keep closely connected to my roots in media and TV production. I work as a "sexpert" consultant for brands (including leading sexuality brand Durex) and offer advice within the media industry on projects that involve anything to do with sex and intimacy.
Most recently, I consulted on an International Woman's Day campaign focused on The Orgasm Gap with leading advertising agency Wonderhood Studios.
Many years ago, I started blogging about sex after I realised that I - and many women that I knew - were having sex to primarily please men and perform for them.
This kickstarted my own sexual healing journey as well as a personal research project where I spoke to 500 women about their sexual experiences. I blogged about my findings on my platform G’s Spot to encourage honest conversations about women's pleasure.
One thing led to another and I now help women find sexual confidence, authentic pleasure and satisfaction through my work as a qualified practitioner.
"What I enjoyed most about our sessions - beyond all of the personal growth - was how warm and relaxed Georgia made the coaching space from the very beginning which I had initially felt nervous about. Georgia brought humour, lightness and positivity to each one of our sessions which really allowed me to explore sex with curiosity and ease rather than shame, worry or overcomplicating - which is a pretty life-changing shift! Thank you Georgia!"
Is sex coaching like sex therapy?
Sex coaching is more present and future facing than sex therapy. In sex coaching we ask the client: “where are you now and where do you want to get to?” We facilitate this process for the client, leading them down the road of sexual self-discovery via assessment, discussions and a dynamic action plan. Unlike sex therapy, sex coaching does not focus heavily on the past nor involve processing deep emotional feelings. We work toward goals and results, from a perspective of empowering the client to make the best choices armed with a lot of psycho-education and resourcing, among other components. It is a process of personal growth and self-acceptance, directed towards sexual healing and authenticity.
What are your qualifications?
I trained for two years at SCU, a highly regarded training program taught by Dr Patti Britton who founded the profession of sex coaching in 1993. It is the only sex coaching course recognised by the World Association of Sexual Health. I have completed a Sexual Attitude Reassessment and Restructuring (SAR) training and I am a member of the World Association of Sex Coaches (WASC) which sets the standard for best practices and ethics in sex coaching and only admits trained and highly qualified professionals. I also have a first-class undergraduate degree at Edinburgh University specialising in the history of sex and sexuality, which helps contextualise my work in the field of sexology.
What's your methodology?
Sex coaching relies on the heart of clinical sexology and uses a holistic, whole person, body/mind integrative model when working with clients. I use a variety of techniques including personalised sexuality education, re-directive cognitive processes and mental reframing, emotional balancing, mindfulness, somatic awareness and behavioural training. I only talk - and do not touch - when I am in session with clients. My sessions are forward-focused, working towards goals and results, whilst also facilitating a journey of sexual healing and sexual wholeness.