Sexuality, intimacy and relationship issues

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“Once the realization is accepted that even between the closest human beings infinite distances continue,a wonderful living side by side can grow, if they succeed in loving the distance between them which makes it possible for each to see the other whole against the sky.”

–Rainer Maria Rilke



There is a Spanish Proverb, “Where there is love, there is pain.” In every deep relationship there will be times of pain and conflict. Humans are incredibly social creatures and when we feel pain or lacking in our relationships it strikes at the very core of our being. Relationshipping is a skill that is learned, practiced, and refined. I work with clients to learn new skills, new ways of connecting with others in their lives. I believe that intimacy comes from knowing and being known by another. My work with clients includes all areas of intimacy including sexuality, sexual orientation, finding and maintaining meaningful relationships, and working through difficult or conflicted relationships. My focus is on helping each individual become the partner they truly desire to be.

Below are some resources that may be helpful

Exercises, questionnaires, and audio recordings

Treatments that work



Gender, sexuality and sexual health resources

LGBTQ resources

National LGBTQ organizations

Local LGBTQ organizations

 Abusive relationships and domestic violence resources

National domestic violence resources

Local domestic violence resources

Local legal assistance (for domestic violence)

Local temporary housing (for domestic violence)


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