I can provide services to CA residents only.
You may feel isolated. Maybe you feel like a floating head, disconnected from your body. Perhaps you feel bad about yourself or have feelings of unworthiness. You want to share your feelings, but it doesn't feel safe to be vulnerable. You're frustrated, overwhelmed, insecure, angry, anxious, or sad. Maybe any or all of the above!
Let’s talk about: Representation. Visibility. Inclusion. Have you felt? Invisible. Shame. Stigma. Help heal through: Identification. Affirmation. Empowerment. I work within this framework of visibility to address:
Bisexuality. Questioning sexuality.
Sizeism. Diet culture. Internalized fat phobia.
Black men's sexuality & embodiment. Objectification, stereotypes, colorism.
I work from a holistic, intersectional approach, recognizing the whole person. This includes acknowledgment and discussion of Racism, White supremacy, Patriarchy, Misogyny, Diet culture, Heteronormativity, Toxic masculinity, Discrimination, Access to support, Oppressive legacy of sizeism
I work collaboratively and invite you to bring your curiosity and be ready to get to work! This work is challenging and can cause you to push against your growth edge. I'm there to affirm and empower your agency. I offer warmth, authenticity and lived experience through an intersectional, social justice and holistic lens.
What is sex therapy?
Sex therapy is exclusively talk therapy that addresses psychological or physical sexual difficulties. Sex therapy does not involve any sexual or physical contact. Many people struggle to find a safe place to talk about their sexual concerns or interests and could benefit from sex therapy. From relational issues to individual concerns, sex therapy can help you discover your sexual identity and work through issues that may be hindering the enjoyment of your sexual experiences.
We can discuss: bisexuality, sexual identity, gender identity, sex work, poly, consensual non-monogamy, kink, desire discrepancy, performance anxiety, body image issues.