“I first walked into Corinne’s office knowing what I was afraid of and knowing what I needed. She made me comfortable enough to ask for it from my partner. Then she heard beyond the words I used to ask her for help and empowered me to heal myself. This was the single most powerful healing activity I have ever engaged in. The benefits have endured and people who know me notice a positive change in my face and my attitude.”
E.M., San Mateo
“I wish I would have started this conversation many years ago. Thank you for asking all the right questions. I feel so much lighter in even beginning to look at parts of my life that haven’t been working for me for a long time.”
A.L., San Rafael
“Working with Corinne was a deep opening and permission to fully explore all of myself with my partner. To take sex to a place where I ask for what I want, and my desires are on par with my partner’s was deeply satisfying. I have always found pleasure in pleasuring my partner, but now that pleasure is also for me in a bigger and more demonstrative way.”
M.C., San Francisco
“Working with Corinne gave me permission to further explore my sexual journey and thus, these sessions were the very best thing my boyfriend and I could do for our relationship. We learned to explore boundaries, deepen our communication and enhance the play we love so much, which was a gift that will continue unfolding. Working with Corinne allowed me to really explore what I wanted when it comes to sex. Our work together gave me permission to claim exactly what I desired, which has enhanced the pleasure I receive from my partner and also widely expanded the pleasure I give to him.”
B.W., Fairfax
“If you are open to exploring and understanding more of your psyche and your partner’s, you will receive so much more than instruction in working with Corinne. She is a guide, a mentor and a wise woman who’s purpose is to give permission to open up and explore sex and intimacy.. It is very personal to work with a coach and my mindset at the start was that this is an opportunity to enhance what is already wonderful with my sex life, and get to the bottom of the things that could work better. Why not make it even better? After all, even Olympic athletes have coaches, so why not go for the gold!”
C.M., Mill Valley
“Corinne, I noticed your name and picture on Linked-In and remembered the kind soul who guided me expertly and compassionately through a difficult life change years ago. I remember the talks in your garden and the sense of rejuvenation, and freedom that you returned to my life. I would just like to finally say a heartfelt thank you for all that you’ve done for me and continue to do for others.  You’ve found your true dharma and this is indeed a blessing for all.”
Ken, Sacramento
“I am deeply appreciative of what you are doing for me by totally realigning my mindset on sex. Your caring and openness about sex itself is completely new to me. You have given me a whole new vocabulary, maybe not of new words, but how to use them comfortably. Even more than demystifying the topic, you are enabling me to approach a partner straightforwardly and not on tiptoes.”
N.S., San Anselmo
“After breast cancer treatment I was at a loss with how to return to a healthy sex life with my husband. I knew what the doctors told me about it but felt I needed more personal help in working through my concerns. Corinne was so helpful in laying the groundwork for that to happen. My husband joined us for a few sessions, and we both actually feel like we have a better sex life now than we did before. Along with all the practical things to know, Corinne helped us understand how to work with our differences with better communication, empathy and listening to each other. Mostly listening to our bodies. We know more about each other now than we ever have.”
A.F., San Francisco
“Corinne is extremely knowledgeable, deeply approachable, warm and sensitive. She reads body language keenly and intuits exactly what the client needs next. It’s a pleasure to be on the receiving end of her coaching skills. Not only is she all this, but she’s a ton of fun! I left our sessions more empowered, more centered and more rooted in my sexual journey and ready to continue the exploration and connection with my partner, taking our love and relationship to places I’ve only dreamed of.”
V.R., Berkeley
“This was meaningful to me because first, I was ready to go further in my sexual journey and throughout the sessions I received gigantic permission to really own my sexuality, express more openly what turns me on and thus to explore more intimately my personal psychology. In addition, these sessions mattered because the openness, the communication and the confidence I received has rippled out into all areas of my life.”
I.K., Santa Rosa
“I had a host of issues after breast cancer that made me feel like I never wanted to have sex again. I even began to wonder if I wanted to stay married to avoid having to deal with it. I’m happy to say I’m still married and so grateful that I decided to take action. I feel closer to my husband than I have in years by learning more about ourselves and how to comfortably talk about sex.”
L.M., San Rafael
“Thank you so much for last night!  I really appreciate the care and thought you put into the evening.  There was a wealth of information presented and I know the ladies really appreciated it, as did I.” (in response to an evening presentation with the Women’s Cancer Survivor Program)
Vicki Landes, LCSW, Breast Care Coordinator, Marin Kaiser Hospital


The Biology of Being Naked and Afraid

If sex is not on your mind these days, don’t beat yourself up about it. Our bodies are not designed to think about sex when our brains are communicating that we may be in danger. We can’t convince our bodies that we’re safe, when in fact we’re not. When stress is dictating our lack of sexual desire, we need to find ways to regulate our stress. We may not be able to avoid stress, but we can learn to manage it.

Sexual Shame 2.0

You may not identify with having sexual shame. You may be quite liberal when it comes to the sex you see on screen and in advertising. You may support honest and truthful sex education, and have a tolerant, accepting attitude toward less conventional sexual expressions. The shame I’m talking about is found less in spoken opinions and more in unspoken feelings and beliefs. Not wanting to talk about sex in our relationships is how we carry forth our ancestor’s sexual doctrine, and I see it in many of my clients.


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