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TRAINING & TECHNIQUE

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 have undertaken years of additional training, research and mentorship in related fields of study including holistic wellness, vaginal health, psychosexual somatic therapy coaching and Tantric sex so that I can bring an abundance of knowledge to my coaching practice. I also attained a first-class undergraduate master's degree in social history, specialising in the history of sex and gender, which helps me to contextualise my work today.


Sex coaching relies on the heart of clinical sexology and uses a holistic, whole person, body/mind integrative model. 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.