Hi there! As I have come to realize in my own postpartum journey, the first year postpartum can be both beautiful and trying. There’s so much joy in the arrival of your baby and often overwhelm as you try to get to know yourself again. Life isn’t the same and there’s lots to navigate.
I am frequently asked how and why I found myself in the field of sex therapy. In all honesty, I feel this is my true calling. I believe that no matter what, I would have found myself here. For this, I am grateful. This practice lights me up, inspires me, challenges me, and breaks my h
It’s that time of year again—the holiday season! And as well all know, the season brings with it lots of swirling emotions, often two of them are joy and stress. Regardless of the holiday you celebrate, gifts are often a part of the equation, they give us joy to give and receive, but
The other day I was in session with a couple and one said in exasperation how they wanted their relationship to be simple, easy, and like a rom com (short hand term for romantic comedy). She was angry and sad as she cried and pleaded for an easy button. I knew under her frustration wa
My Partner Won’t Have Sex with Me & I Don’t Know What to Do! I hear this complaint often as a therapist who specializes in sex, intimacy, and relationships. It is often expressed with panic, sadness, and/or anger; sometimes with hopelessness. They feel lost, their partner feels lo
Hi there, I want to introduce you to a friend of mine. She teaches couples & individuals the skills necessary to create love-filled, long lasting, EPIC relationships. Being in a solid relationship takes skills that can be learned… just like learning to ride a bike or drive a car.
Hi there! I hope this blog finds you well. I write to say hello and to acknowledge my silence. It’s been silent over here for 3 months and for good reason—I am expecting my first child! A week after my last blog went out, I discovered my husband and I were going to be parents. And the
Often times I hear from people who deeply want to connect with their sweetie and yet, they don’t know how to actually tell their sweetie. Sometimes they’re so out of practice, they aren’t sure what to say or even how to. And, let’s be honest, it can be scary to reach out and communica
A couple of weeks ago I saw an awesome Facebook post that was shared several times among my friends. It was a selfie of a couple in their car—the husband in the driver’s seat looking ahead driving while the wife was taking the photo with a crooked smile on her face. The caption read l