What is Sex Coaching?
You’ve landed on this page and you’re wondering, “what the hell is sex coaching?”.
Is it like sex therapy?
Is there touch involved?
Will I have to get naked??!
Take a deep breath and relax.
You may be passionate about sex, you’ve probably watched a lot of YouTube videos, you’ve read some books, you’ve tried some workshops, and all of your friends talk to you about their sex lives.
If you Google “sex coaching”, you’ll see many people who are practicing as sex coaches. Some of them may be bodyworkers, some may be sex workers, and others might be Tantrikas. Many of them are highly skilled at what they do and do amazing work. (More to come later.)
But the crucial question is: How many of them have any formal training or recognized credentials?
I believe that when you are working with human sexuality, you’re working with the most sacred, sensitive, and fragile aspects of a person. Your clients will be sharing some really vulnerable things with you, so it’s your responsibility to provide them with the highest standard of care.
Sex is a powerful topic. This is why you must tread carefully and above all, “do no harm.”
There are many untrained and unqualified professionals working with sexuality in the global marketplace. People are working as sex coaches or sexologists with no formal training, and it’s worrying to think that people claiming to be experts are committing what my mentor, Dr. Patti Britton, likes to call the “Humpty Dumpty Effect”. Cracking open your clients and then not knowing how to support putting them back together again.
Sex Coach U
Enter my training at Sex Coach U, and for whom I work for.