The state of sex education in our country is abysmal! In many places the only thing taught is abstinence, and in a majority of states, sex ed doesn’t even need to be medically accurate! How ridiculous is that?!? Better sex ed has a huge range of...
The state of sex education in our country is abysmal! In many places the only thing taught is abstinence, and in a majority of states, sex ed doesn’t even need to be medically accurate! How ridiculous is that?!? Better sex ed has a huge range of benefits, from a reduction in unwanted pregnancies to lower rates of STI’s to improved quality of health overall. In today’s oh-so-juicy episode, sexuality health educator Liz Kessler joins us to discuss:
About Liz Kessler
Liz Kessler is a sexuality health educator and coach, a clinical sexologist, and a certified positive psychology practitioner providing talk -based education and coaching on sexuality-related concerns. Liz Kessler views her work as a sexuality educator and sex coach as part of a movement she calls intimate justice. Liz works with people to feel safe in their own bodies, to feel deserving of connections with themselves and others, and to heal and thrive through pleasure - all leading the way to healthy intimacy and relationships. She believes that sexual health is an integral part of overall well-being. Liz’s philosophy is that pleasure is an indication of flourishing. Liz uses her skills as a positive psychology practitioner to take the boo out of taboo to normalize conversations around sex and sexuality. Liz will help you to understand your sexual issues and resolve your sexual difficulties. While being healing-centered and trauma-informed, Liz works with people of all identities who experience various common sexual concerns including low libido, lack of pleasure, frustration around orgasming, pain during sex, decreased intimacy in their relationships, needing parenting support around sexuality, body-image issues, With Liz’s individual, couples, or group coaching services, people are able to own their pleasure and sexuality, understand how anatomy contributes to their sexual pleasure, rediscover their libido, restore sexual intimacy in their relationships, and be the sex-positive role model that children need. Liz’s focus areas include people in midlife who finally want to feel comfortable with their own sexuality and pleasure. She also supports parents around raising sexually healthy adults. Liz fundamentally believes that sexual wellness is essential to overall mental health. If you are curious about being on a path to pleasure, sexual wellbeing, and flourishing, contact Liz.
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