Meet Caitlin V

Dedicated to helping people achieve a high
performance sex life.

Caitlin V Neal, MPH, is a sexologist and researcher turned coach who helps people gain confidence and improve sexual performance.

For the past decade, Caitlin has empowered thousands of couples from more than 150 countries with her expert knowledge, scientific approach, and bubbly personality, which no doubt had some role in her YouTube channel reaching more than 300,000 subscribers and 35 million views after just 3 years of production.

Caitlin is the creator of the Come When You Want Method for gaining ejaculatory control (without any pills or creams), “She Comes Too”, a master course in unlocking the female orgasm, and the Female Ejaculation Footprint. Her Masterclasses have sold more than 3,700 copies.

Caitlin has been featured on a myriad of publications, including the likes of Healthline, Shape, Popsugar, OprahMag, and Bustle. She has made appearances on How to Talk to Girls with TrippAdvice, Marni Kinrys’s Ask Women, Dr. Cat Meyer’s “Eat.Play.Sex” podcast, Spark Joy Podcast, and many more.

She has shared her knowledge and expertise with audiences at TEDx Youth at Wrigleyville, the Super Tasty Show with Karen Yates, The Academy of Event Medicine, and at Pechakucha Night Chicago.

Caitlin studied at UTHealth with an interest in ​LGBTQ youth, behaviorally bisexual women (WSWM), harm reduction and health promotion in entertainment and nightlife before deciding that the personal touch of one-on-one coaching was her true passion.

TedX Talk

Watch Caitlin’s TedX Talk at Wrigleyville, where she teaches audiences how to create safe spaces to prevent domestic assault and enhance intimacy.

 

What our Client says

I suffered from premature ejaculation very badly and had zero confidence in the bedroom. Working with Caitlin I was able to reach and surpass my goals and most importantly my confidence level is through the roof!

– Jason R, 58

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What do women think about after sex?

What you do in those moments right after busting off tells your partner whether or not they want to have sex with you again.

What do women think about after sex?

Your woman’s invitation to heat things up is probably flying over your head. Why? Because it’s disguised as “connection.”

How Stress Affects Sex Drive?

Sometimes life throws things at you: a pandemic, an election, mercury in retrograde, a black cat walking across a broken mirror on a full moon…

With all the pain and suffering that’s in the world, it’s even more important than ever to prioritize pleasure. If I can do it, so can you.

– Caitlin V