Sex Coaching Tools

What sort of sex coaching tools do Somatica practitioners use in their day-to-day? Read about the techniques we teach in our Core and Advanced Trainings.
How much is a sexologist salary

Sexologist Salaries: How Much Can You Make?

If you’re interested in becoming a sexologist, you’ve probably searched online for “sexologist salary” or “how much do sexologists make”. And likely, you found information that told you a sexologist in the US can make about $50k – $69k a year. We’re here to tell you – from our own practical experience – that these estimates are flawed, at best.

How much can you really expect to earn as a sexologist? Here are the facts for you.

trauma informed coaching training

Somatica is Trauma Informed Coaching

There are many trauma therapies out there. It can however be quite difficult to find a training that focuses on trauma informed coaching and specifically deals with sex and relationships.  This is one of the many aspects that sets the Somatica Method apart from other methods. The Somatica Training is…

social media marketing for coaches Janel Vitale

How to Win at Social Media Marketing as a Sex Coach

Somatica alumni Janel Vitale was recently voted “#1 Sexpert on TikTok” by Cosmopolitan.

Somatica Institute co-founder Danielle Harel interviewed her to find out how she got over 6 million likes on the social platform, and what it takes to get started in social media marketing as a sex coach – and continue to stay inspired over time.

Why Become a Sex Coach

Why Become a Sex Coach?

We recently wanted to hear from a few of our alumni how the Somatica Training had affected their lives, work, and careers. We interviewed Christina, Dimitry and Pamela live via Zoom for an hour, while passing along questions from people interested in becoming a sex coach.

This is Part One in a series of articles exploring “How to Have a Lucrative Career as a Sex Coach”, and asks the question: why did you become a sex coach?

intimacy coordinator

What is an Intimacy Coordinator?

Recently, Somatica Institute founder Danielle Harel interviewed one of our Somatica Training alumni, Amanda Blumenthal, who has been pioneering the film and TV industry as an intimacy coordinator.

We talked to her about what her job exactly entails, what challenges and rewards she has encountered, and how the Somatica Training has helped her navigate the choppy waters of the entertainment industry.