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Talk Therapy geared toward helping you deepen or understand your kinks, fetishes and/or practices of BDSM. 

Sex-Positive Therapy

Work with me. I am here to listen and provide you with the non-judgmental setting you need to gain clarity about your sexual identities and desires when it comes to BSDM, kink and/or fetishes. 

BDSM stands for Bondage and Discipline/Dominance and Sadism/Submission and Masochism (which is when you derive pleasure from inflicting or experiencing pain). “Kink” is a general term that refers to sexual desires that are considered by society to be outside the norm.

While these experiences may be considered taboo by some, that doesn’t mean they’re wrong. In fact, people with fetishes, kink, and BDSM practices are far more common than you think. Although many therapists think of BDSM as a normal part of the sexual spectrum, society’s limiting beliefs often cause people to struggle with guilt, shame, and other psychological issues. That’s why therapy is an important part of the path to self-acceptance for those in the BDSM community.

“47 percent of women and 60 percent of men have fantasized about dominating someone sexually,” according to a study in The Journal of Sex Research.

Areas of Specialization
  • Hotwife & Cuckolding

  • Bondage

  • Erotic Humiliation & Degradation

  • Fetishes of All Types

  • Furry Fandom

  • Femme Domme, Forced Feminisation

  • Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL)

  • Daddy Dom/Little Girl (DDLG)

  • Voyeurism/Exibitionism

  • Sadomasochism

  • Cross-dressing

  • Zoophilia

  • And More!

Benefits of BDSM Therapy
  • Enjoy your sex life free of guilt and shame

  • Figure out how to integrate this part of yourself into your life

  • Learn to effectively talk to your partner about wants and desires

  • Better understand the landscape of your sexuality 

  • Improve self-talk and better understand yourself

  • Move towards sexual functionings that feel good to you

  • Reclaim your sexual desires with confidence

  • Learn to communicate from a more emotionally vulnerable place

  • Address unresolved problems

  • Heal any trauma that needs attention

"BDSM is a pleasure of the mind just as much as it is of the flesh and bones.” 

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