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Sometimes, talk is not enough. I offer experiential therapy to women to help them overcome problems with intimacy and relationships.
Majica Phillips is a creative visionary who’s passions led her to explore art, music, and dance as a therapeutic vehicle. She works with couples and individuals who have a desire to have deeper connections, intimacy, and communication with their loved ones. “Sex Positivity isn’t about liking sex, liking kinky sex, having a lot of sex, or having a lot of partners. Sex positivity is about respecting other people, whether their sexual choices are the same as yours. It’s about not judging people because of their sexual desires, practices or histories. It’s about celebrating people’s courage in creating the sex lives that work for them in the face of cultural myths, shame, misinformation, and trauma that are used to control us. Sex-positivity is the belief that the only valid measure of a sexual act is the consent, pleasure, and well-being of the people who do it or are affected by it. Anything else is your own projection.” — Charlie Glickman, Ph.D
700 Alhambra Blvd. Sacramento CA 95816
Dr. Namita Caen, DHS specializes in Somatic Sex and Intimacy Coaching for individuals and couples of all genders and sexual orientations.
Mill Valley, CA
First off, you should know that I don’t “believe in” psychic phenomena or the “paranormal.” There is no such thing as the “paranormal” — psychic energy, spiritual energy, healing energy — these are not “paranormal” things, these are just normal things. Perhaps they are more difficult to sense tangibly, but they are normal nonetheless. I don’t “believe in” the “paranormal” for two important reasons: 1. Those who experience for themselves don’t need to “believe.” Belief is an external idea, whereby we put our faith in something we can not sense. I have faith, but I don’t need to “believe” in psi — I have experienced it myself. And, believe it or not, so have you. 2. There is nothing “paranormal” about the paranormal. What we consider the “paranormal” because of what the media, our peers, and society has told us — is not paranormal at all. It is actually just normal. Paranormal literally means ‘side-by-side with the normal.’ The ‘para’ prefix works the same way as in the word “Paralegal,” a person who works side-by-side with a lawyer. But normal is normal, and the so-called “Paranormal” implies that rational, normal parts of life aren’t normal, which they are. Confused yet? […]
250 West Spazier Avenue, Burbank, CA 91502