Many people think that sex should function all by itself – without needing to talk about it (especially with a stranger). Often this is true, but what if your sex and love life are not as good as you’d like them to be?
Trauma can significantly impact one's ability to enjoy your sex life in various ways, like having trust issues, body image concerns, physical symptoms or difficulty in connecting emotionally.
I combine all my knowledge in my sessions as needed. I have a background as physiotherapist, sexologist and soon to be Somatic Experience practitioner.
What I can offer you:
If you want to take a closer look or to explore and change your sexuality, please do not hesitate to contact me directly or book a free 30min session below
The media constantly bombard us with sex. On the surface, that shows our society is open and we can express ourselves sexually. But as soon as sexual difficulties arise, small barriers begin to emerge. It's hard to talk to anyone about them, let alone seek help. And sadly, the way desire and pleasure are portrayed on screen often deviates clearly from our own experienced reality.
Sexuality is communication!
It's all about talking and listening to your own body and your partner's body. Without this open exchange, sexuality does not work. Verbal and non-verbal, before, during and after.
And what if several languages and cultures are involved in your relationship?
I am here to help you if you need me. I am a friendly and professional therapist trained as a sexologist in the concept of Sexocorporel with a background as a qualified and experienced physiotherapist and coach in the field of intercultural communication. Read more here.
Struenseegade 13A, 1. sal
2200 Kopenhagen N
Mobil: +45 60558172