If you are looking at a career as a sex therapist or sex coach, it’s important to know the difference between the two pathways.
Both sex coaching and sex therapy are valuable professions that aim to help individuals and couples improve their sexual experiences and overall well-being.
However, they have distinctly varied approaches and scopes of practice. Learn about the key differences around length of study, personality, and client audiences.
Experienced couples coaches and therapists know that intimacy building is a teachable skill. With the right techniques in your toolbox, you can help bring couples closer. But because every couple is different, the more couples therapy exercises you have available, the more likely you are to have something that works for every unique situation.
The couples therapy exercises presented here are based on years of experience and feedback from the Somatica Training and our Couples Training Master Class. We’ve worked closely with our students and clients to build the best couples therapy exercise toolkit, and now, we want to share some exercises with you.
Wanting to earn more money as a therapist isn’t “selling out.” There is nothing wrong with making 6 figures while also maintaining a happy roster of clients.
Here are the skills you need to boost your practice and income without compromising your professional ideals.
Upgrading your sex therapist skillset not only makes you better at helping your clients, but it also helps you build a better practice. However, with so many capabilities to hone, it can be difficult to choose which ones you should work on.
The good news is there aren’t really any wrong answers – leveling up on any tools will make you a better therapist and help your practice grow. But if you’re limited on time (and who isn’t these days?), here are the top 12 in-demand sex therapist skills you should prioritize in 2023.
What is somatic coaching, and how can it improve your life?
Read about how working with a somatic coach can enhance self-esteem, heal trauma, and deepen physical and emotional intimacy.