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Heidi is an experienced Sexologist and Relationship Therapist who believes everyone is entitled to a fulfilling sex life and relationship no matter an individual’s background, gender or sexual preference. With over 10 years’ experience in sexual health and counselling, Heidi specialises in supporting couples and individuals who are dissatisfied with their sexual functioning such as low libido, loss of desire/interest in sex, anorgasmia (inability to orgasm), dyspareunia (painful intercourse), vaginismus, sexual identity, sexual orientation, self esteem, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation with a focus on pleasure, connection and education in sexuality.
Heidi works with the different dynamics between the people in the relationship to assist with better communication and connection while understanding there is no-one-size-fits-all when is comes to therapy. Heidi works with couples in areas of intimacy and building trust after an affair, conception support, sex in long term relationships, cultural and religious factors that may be affecting the relationship, improving communication, self esteem, new relationships, conflict resolution and moderate depression and anxiety.
Heidi understands the sensitivity and difficulty people experience when dealing with relationship and sexual issues. She prides herself on providing a safe, confidential and respectful environment to assist people to address these issues. Heidi works with a solution focused approach combined with evidence based strategies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to assist clients in managing thoughts, behavioural patterns and work towards outcomes that best suit the individual/couples situation and needs. Heidi’s approach in therapy helps clients achieve awareness in their sexual health, better communication in their relationships and re-learn sexual techniques and behaviours.
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For all our pretences, we’re all just ‘monkeys in shoes’.
When it comes to modern dating culture, we still find ourselves being held back by our worst instincts: whether that’s making foolish assumptions on social media or not extending the courtesy of ordering someone an Uber after a one-night stand, we’re our own worst enemies. More to the point, we’re often guilty of hurting people’s feelings when we should really know better, as this news.com.au story relates.
Are Blue Balls Real? Heidi discusses blue balls on Triple J Radio. Plus how to deal if someone’s trying to guilt you into sex.
Heidi discusses blue balls on Triple J Radio. Plus how to deal if someone’s trying to guilt you into sex.