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SimoneFarschi

Therapist & Content creator

Female, Sapiosexual, Nevada City

Simone is a Sex Educator, Intimacy Coach, Sexological Bodyworker, and public speaker. She is featured in the EPIX TV series Sex Life and in NYC Journal as 2022 best coaches. Her mission is to elevate relationships, demystify pleasure, and empower people in their sexuality. Simone began this work because she experienced a huge gap in the education available to women regarding awareness of their bodies and fulfilling their sexual needs without shame or preconceived ideas. She is a Certified Life Coach, trained as a Doula, Somatica Practitioner, Peristeam Hydrotheripst, and Bodysex Facilitator and Mother. Simone offers a safe and actively responsive coaching style unique to other methods that provide her clients with a deeper understanding of the blocks that keep them from living a truly fulfilled life. This differs from traditional talk therapy as it incorporates guided exercises and practice to heal and progress rapidly. Simone is the founder of The Pleasure Plus, an online community that brings women together to learn how to have fulfilling and emotionally intelligent relationships, be empowered and secure in their bodies, be authentically themselves, gain sexual agency, trust their choices, and communicate desires— becoming more magnetic, radiant, and fulfilled in all aspects of their lives. She offers private coaching sessions, pleasure mentorships, online courses, and retreats.

Conscious kink Sex Education
JessicaParker Therapist London
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JessicaParker

Therapist & Content creator

Female, Bisexual, London

Pleasure Education: Sex education sessions for individuals and relationships I bring my training in somatic sex education, sexological bodywork and 20years background in massage therapy (sensual, tantric, therapeutic, pregnancy, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, deep tissue, sports and remedial) to work alongside individuals, couples and relationships as they rediscover their bodies full capacity to experience all that is available within their own senses. I support people with a wide range of intentions and issues –sensual touch tuition, low libido, erectile dysfunction, porn addiction, post pregnancy scar remediation, exploring new pathways to pleasure. I facilitate people to understand consent, what it feels like to listen and be aware of their body's reactions and observe patterns. By adapting learning tools and practices to suit clients particular situations I guide them to explore and understand their body and its full pleasure potential. Sensual Curation: Customised sensual experiences Embodied experiences give us a tangible reference point from which to observe, learn and deepen our understanding of our own body and relationship within ourselves and those that we choose to share with. I have 20 years experience of holding immersive sensual experiences for small intimate groups all over the world. From sensual massage to more group orientated experiences such as Lady Liquid Love and Pleasure Island Parties. Curating these experiences is one of my greatest joys to be able to hold safe, beautiful moments for people to access expansive levels of bliss.

Body sliding Coaching Couples
Subinthecity Therapist Bournemouth
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Subinthecity

Therapist & Content creator

Female, Bicurious, Bournemouth

BDSM Coach, Kink Educator and Therapist. Proudly Collared Submissive, engaged to my partner and Dom. I empower curious kinksters to consciously explore what BDSM means to them. 1-1 and couples BDSM Coaching (online and F2F) Humanistic Integrative Therapy (online & F2F) Educational BDSM workshops (online and F2F) Kinky social events.

Coaching Couples coaching

Sean

Therapist

Male, Pansexual, Brentwood

Intimacy Life Coaching for 40 plus women

Boundaries Conscious kink
BelleLauralei Therapist Tunbridge Wells
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BelleLauralei

Therapist & Content creator

Female, Straight, Tunbridge Wells

Belle Lauralei, Sensualist and Pleasure Priestess

erotic literature Sensuality
Zoe Therapist London
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Zoe

Therapist

Female, Lesbian, London

Therapy & coaching for sluts, by a slut. Championing sexual diversity in wellness.

Intimacy coaching
What is a therapist?

What is a therapist?

Providing sexy solutions, one session at a time.

A sensual therapist is a licensed professional who specialises in providing therapy to individuals or couples dealing with issues related to sexuality, intimacy, and relationships. These therapists are trained to address a wide range of concerns, including sexual dysfunction, communication difficulties, and emotional intimacy issues.

What makes it hot?

Promoting healthy relationships: These therapists play a crucial role in helping individuals and couples build and maintain healthy, fulfilling relationships by addressing sexual and intimacy concerns.

Enhancing communication: They facilitate open and honest communication about desires, boundaries, and expectations, fostering better understanding between partners.

Improving sexual functioning: For those experiencing sexual difficulties, a sex therapist can offer strategies and techniques to enhance sexual functioning and satisfaction.

While couples therapy is common, individual therapy is also valuable. The therapist can help determine the most suitable approach based on your situation.

The duration varies based on individual needs. Short-term therapy may address specific concerns, while long-term therapy can provide ongoing support and personal growth.

Confidentiality is a fundamental aspect of therapy. However, therapists may have to break confidentiality if there's a risk of harm to yourself or others. They will typically discuss this with you beforehand.

Meet all round Sensualist, Belle Lauralei

Meet all round Sensualist, Belle Lauralei

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Posted by Iso

Tuesday 14 November 2023

Sensuali chatted with Belle Lauralei, the all round sensualist and lover of erotica. We spoke about how supporting men and the masculine is integral to achieving a harmonious society, the struggle of living in a mind-led world that disconnects us from our bodies, and how more women need to view femininity as a power rather than a weakness.

DO

Be open and honest: Share your thoughts, feelings, and concerns openly with the therapist to ensure they have a complete understanding of your situation.

Set realistic expectations: Understand that therapy is a process, and positive change may take time. Be patient and committed to the therapeutic journey.

Engage in homework assignments: Many therapists provide exercises or activities to do between sessions. Engaging in these assignments can contribute to the effectiveness of therapy.

 

DON'T

Withhold information: Holding back important details may hinder the therapeutic process. It's essential to provide the therapist with a comprehensive picture of your situation.

Avoid blame games: Instead of blaming each other, focus on expressing your feelings and needs. Therapy is a collaborative effort, and blame can hinder progress.

Compare your relationship: Every relationship is unique, and comparisons to others may not be helpful. Focus on your specific needs and goals.