I knew from a young age that I was going to help people have amazing sex and relationships. I would sit in the adult section of book stores and libraries reading everything I could get my hands on. I was the girl everyone called in high school to talk about sex. I put my major on Facebook as “sexologist” before I even got to college.
Today I do what I love: Help people have the best sex of their lives.
But what I do is so much more than that. I help people build confidence, gain skills, discover themselves, create deeper intimacy, gain self-esteem and create better lives in and outside of the bedroom. If you’re interested in how I got here, keep reading. If you’re ready to have the sex life of your dreams, click contact me now.
So how did I become a sex coach?
I attended a liberal arts college where I studied photography, conflict studies, and queer theory. I brought some of my biggest role models like Annie Sprinkle, Carol Queen, Dan Savage and more to campus. I interned for a transgender medical services center and studied sexuality and gender at the Universiteit van Amsterdam.
I went to work as a sex educator, bringing together groups of teenagers and young adults to learn the things about sex they weren’t being taught at home or in school. I worked with LGBTQIA+ and homeless youth, all while pulling on my facilitation skills to carefully navigate the challenging waters of emerging sexuality.
I received my master’s degree from Indiana University, home of the famed Kinsey Institute. I worked under Dr. Debbie Herbenick and Dr. Vanessa Schick at the Center for Sexual Health Promotion. I managed a I six-figure study on behaviorally bisexual women. I talked to people about their positive STI tests, read countless interviews from women who could orgasm while exercising, and dressed as a vulva in a Pride Parade.
After a year working in public health, I was invited to attend the University of Texas School of Public Health for my doctorate. I began a research project on sexual consent and assault at music festivals. I became the in-house sexuality educator for a polyamorous community. Despite all of this, I was unhappy with school. I quickly realized I was no longer fulfilled by research and writing, and that I needed to work one on one with people again. Leaving graduate school was the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make, but the things I learned there (like discipline, research skills, analytics, and the ability to communicate about complicated ideas) will serve me forever.
Today I combine these skills with my life experience, intuitive knowledge, and endless fascination to help people create massive shifts in their lives.
I use the tools of sexuality and connection to help everyone I meet find deeper connections, radical self-acceptances, and unconditional love.
I help people in describing their dissatisfaction, getting clear on their desires, strategizing solutions, mobilizing resources, working with their partners, achieving meaningful communication, opening up to new ideas and redefining those notions of sex and sexuality that no longer serve them.
I live with my partner Joshua in Chicago and love to read, cook, take pictures, go to concerts and I can be frequently found dancing all over the city. If you are interested in my services, I would love to see if we are a good fit. Fill out my contact form and I will send you my coaching application so we can get started.
I am fortunate to live my life doing exactly what I was put on earth to do. I hope that you will consider working with me so that you can find more passion and pleasure doing the same.