Hi there! I'm Vanessa Marin, a licensed psychotherapist and writer specializing in sex therapy. I've been helping people have extraordinary sex since 2002. I know the idea of sex therapy might sound a little unusual, so let me guide you through the ways I can help you have a happier and healthier sex life!LEARN MORE ABOUT ME
Yes! Put simply, sex therapy helps you create the sex life that you’ve always dreamed of.
Sex has the potential to be one of the most pleasurable, intimate, empowering, and joyful experiences we get to have as human beings. But we often end up feeling embarrassed, insecure, and lost.
As a sex therapist, my goal is to help you identify and overcome your blockages, and learn how to have more fun in the bedroom. Whether you’re looking to learn how to orgasm, skyrocket your confidence, or rekindle the spark with your partner, I’m here to help!
Evidently, the class taught me a lot—because after taking it, I started orgasming from someone else’s touch for the first time.
Life is too short to settle for mediocre sex. Take a look at the different ways I can help you start having sex that feels more playful and intimate. Sex that gives you the chills, takes your breath away, and leaves you speechless.
If you want to get started right away, check out my innovative and effective suite of online sex therapy programs, which are designed to help you improve your sex life from the privacy and comfort of your own home. Choose from courses covering popular topics like orgasm, performance anxiety, and mismatched sex drives.EXPLORE COURSES
If you want one-on-one support, personal coaching may be better for you. I specialize in short term, action- and results-oriented coaching. Sessions are offered via email, phone, or video chat, based on your comfort level and needs.EXPLORE COACHING
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