Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to your questions! Here’s a brief overview of what you’ll find in the video.
Q: You’re a what?!? A Sexistential Coach? What do you do?? (0:11)
A: I’m not blowing whistles and critiquing your plays! I’m a Certified Sexologist- a professional in the field of human sexuality- and a Coach (certified as a Sex Coach)- but think life coach rather than sports coach.
“Sexistential” is my style of Sex & Relationship Coaching. I accompany you on your path to more pleasure and purpose, in your relationship with yourself and others.
Q: Do you watch me (or us) in the bedroom? Do I have to be naked? (1:27)
A: Nope! There’s no nudity, no sexual or erotic exchange, no bedroom action of any sort happening in session.
At the end of a session, I suggest some sort of play or practice to do on your own or with a partner later, but only what’s relevant to your session, and only what you feel good about doing.
Q: What is coaching? How is it different from therapy? When might I need a sexologist, a coach, a therapist, a medical doctor? (2:16)
A: In coaching, we sit and talk in a way that might feel similar to therapy, but it’s quite different in many regards, including a focus on what’s happening with your body. We’re not doing deep emotional processing or delving deep into the past; coaching is more about going from present to future. There’s no pathologizing or diagnosing in coaching- I don’t tell you what’s wrong with you. I assess your concerns and co-create an action plan with you, to help you get more of what you truly want.
I refer to medical doctors, therapists, and other professionals often. Sexologists like me fill in a lot of the gaps in service related to sexuality.
Q: What are some reasons to get Sexistential Coaching? (5:36) Is it for sexual trauma?(4:54) Is it only for couples? (7:14)
A: People call me for all kinds of reasons, including things I don’t mention in the video. Maybe you’re feeling pain in intimacy, you have concerns related to orgasm, you’re not interested in sex, you’re not on the same page with your partner about what you want or how often you want it. Maybe you just want the space to actually invest time and explore your sexual self. I work with all of that and more.
I absolutely do work with people who have experienced sexual trauma, but usually after or alongside you working with a therapist. You don’t have to have experienced sexual trauma to work with me.
I work with single people and couples, as well as people in relationships who want to do some work on their own.
Q: How do I know if this is right for me?
A: If this is speaking to you, go ahead and set up a free, confidential discovery call with me. We’ll chat and decide together if Sexistential Coaching is ideal for you. You’ve got nothing to lose.
Have more questions? Reach out! Feel free to send me a text or an email. Promise I won’t bite.