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Category Archives: 4-D Wheel

4-D Network and The Marches

4-D Network and The Marches

The decision to become a sex therapist was wholeheartedly based on the belief that everyone is born with the birthright to choose: the freedom to choose who to love, how to express love, how to share one’s body, and the freedom to say no. I love being a sex therapist because it allows me the sacred honor of holding space for my clients as they discover, explore, and accept their authentic sexual self. Continue Reading

Bootie Shakers

Bootie Shakers

I find myself in constant awe of what a brilliant work of art our bodies are. As a little girl I watched my parents dance and loved seeing how much they enjoyed it. I think this is where my curiosity with people and bodies began. I admit I am one of those people that becomes… Continue Reading

Inviting Clients Out Of Their Chairs

Inviting Clients Out Of Their Chairs

I will admit that the first time I invited clients to get out of their seats to walk around the four-dimensional Wheel I was a little nervous… okay… a lot nervous.  To ask my clients to leave the safety of the soft comfy couch that I myself tested and tried was HUGE.  It was huge… Continue Reading

Walking the Red Wheel: A New View of Menstrual Experience

Walking the Red Wheel: A New View of Menstrual Experience

Menstruation, like sexuality, is richly lined with sediment colored by culture, gender roles, personal experience, ancestral psychic inheritance, taboo, and mystery.  So as you might imagine, when the emphasis of my work on female sexuality widened to include the menstrual, the shift in use of the 4-Dimensional Wheel was quite fluid. From my very first… Continue Reading

Welcome to the Dancing Goddess

Welcome to the Dancing Goddess

A Farewell to “ISIS”–and Welcome to the Dancing Goddess In 2004, I began using ISIS as an acronym for my nationwide survey “Integrating Sexuality and Spirituality.” Eventually, ISIS also stood for the four-dimensional clinical approach that developed from my earlier survey findings that sexual experience is multidimensional, once you factor in thoughts, emotions, and meanings… Continue Reading