Session Logistics

Sessions take one to two hours.  We will finish and log off (or leave, if in person) by the end of two hours, including time for integration, payment, and scheduling future appointments.  We end the session when we reach an agreeable conclusion, which is rarely less than one hour.  If you have time constraints, we can work within them, but your comfort and success increase when you set aside two hours for meeting and some free time alone afterward for reflection and integration.  

My day starts at 11 AM and my last session starts at 7:30 PM.  I am equally comfortable meeting on weekdays and weekends. 

I offer sessions online via Zoom.  For fully vaccinated clients, I offer in-person sessions in my Boston Metro Area office, which is near Davis Square, Somerville. 

The first step is a 30-minute free Zoom call to learn if we’re a good fit to work together.  [Click here]

Emotional Support 

Somatic Sex Education involves personal changes that can be emotionally challenging, especially if an intimate relationship is already strained or unreliable. 
It's important that you have a strong and reliable emotional support system in place.    I’m not a therapist or mental health counselor, so if you need that kind of support, that should be in place before we work together.  

Super useful resource for you to identify whether you are ready to work with a Somatic Sex Educator:

What I Charge

You decide how much you feel comfortable paying at the time of the session, between $20 and $200 per session.  If you find it difficult to identify what feels comfortable, I support you in trying out different amounts in your head and noticing how your body responds to each amount.  The goal is to find an amount that your body responds to with ease and physical sensations of comfort, not distress.  Free sessions available for BIPOC. I also offer free sessions to sex workers.


I work with you on your specific needs to the best of my abilities.  My office has two small steps to the front door and another step up inside, with no handrails.  Sessions are in a room that is up a flight of stairs with handrails.  With advance notice, I can set up portable ramps to the first floor for people who use wheelchairs and/or create a space to have sessions on the first floor.  The first floor bathroom is wheelchair accessible, including grab bars and a roll-in shower.  I use unscented laundry detergent, but use other scented cleaning products. If you need a chemical scent-free environment, I can come to you after an initial online session.  Although I don’t speak sign language, I invite your interpreter to be present or can use assistive technology.

Off-street parking is available next to my front door.  It is a 7-minute bus ride from the Davis Square Red Line T Station to a bus stop that is one flat block from my office. 

There are two dogs who live in the house. I can keep them in a closed room while you’re here.  If you are allergic to dogs, I recommend taking allergy medication before an in-person session.  The dogs stay out of the upstairs office, but their dander is present in areas that you must pass through to get to that space.