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Isiah McKimmie is a Couples Therapist, Sex Therapist, Sexologist and Coach who has been helping women and couples discover intimacy and lasting desire for over a decade.
One of Australia’s most qualified Sex and Relationship Experts, she holds a Masters degree in Relational Psychotherapy, a Master degree in Science in Medicine (Sexual Counselling/Psychosexual Therapy), a Post-Graduate Diploma of Sexology and a Certificate from the prestigious Institute for the Advanced Studies of Human Sexuality.
Compassionate, understanding and absolutely non-judgemental, she’s built her reputation on getting results.
Isiah has now supported thousands of people, taught workshops to hundreds and trained other therapists on how to support people with the vital topic of sex.
If you sometimes feel shy or insecure to raise the topic of sex with your partner - you are not alone. Isiah is sharing with us what is the most common issue that long-term couples - both men and women - are asking for her help with.
She's giving a few tips and examples of how to dive deep into this delicate topic.
In this interview you will learn how to talk about sex from an empowered place, while making sure your partner stays on board.