“I was stuck. I didn't know how to tell my lover what I wanted and needed in a sexual relationship — something she was really interested in knowing. But I couldn't talk about my desires. I cuoldn't find the words. With Felice's guidance, I was encouraged to experiment with my own sexuality; to listen to my body, to understand its cadence, to brek down misconceptions, to talk openly and honesly about who I am and what I wanted. What I wanted. It sounds so simple and yet I had to learn (or is it re-learn?) how to receive in ways that bring me pleasure. Thank you, Felice, for your expert counsel and for your ability to make what was at first difficult for me much easier.” — female client, 2017.
“In sexuality, I believe what is good is what gives the people involved pleasure and value, and what is bad is what causes harm. In practice, this means that sex is
consensual, empathetic, safe and faithful to your other relationships…Coming out with something that much of society believes is wrong and bad is really difficult and scary and will bring up difficult emotions like shame, guilt and hate. So it takes a lot of courage and strength to do. It's also a process, and some days will be great and others terrible. That's okay. Progress isn't linear.” — male client, 2017.
Coaching for Individuals & Couples
My clients are queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, genderqueer and heterosexual. Some are sexual adventurers and some are more reserved in their sexual expression. What they all have in common is a desire for more pleasure and more satisfaction.
- Women, men, trans & genderqueer
- Gay, lesbian, bisexual, heteosexual
- Trauma survivors
- Newly coming out
Coaching for Trauma Survivors
You are stronger than what happened to you. When it comes to sex and intimacy, it's hard to avoid getting triggered. You might think it makes sense to try to avoid getting triggered. But that will leaev you with a verynarrow spectrum of possibilities for pleasure and connection. Better to heal the trauma. I can helpyou do that.