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The Somatica® Method:
Sex & Intimacy Coaching

The Somatica® Method Sex & Intimacy coaching involves forming intimate bonds with yourself, others, and the environment around you. These bonds form the supportive foundation to be adaptive, learn and grow from new experiences, and flourish in one's goals and relationships. When a consistent, reliable support system is in place, and a sense of safety and connection has been established, this creates a secure relational attachment. A healthy, secure attachment supplies an intrinsic feeling of safety, acceptance, and belonging; it becomes the bedrock, or foundational experience, from which a person can more easily grow and thrive.

What is the Somatic method approach to healing attachment wounds?

‘Soma’ is the Greek word for ‘the living body known from within’ or known to the Self. This ‘knowing’ signifies wholeness.

Somatic therapy is an experiential approach to mind-body integration. The pain, overwhelm, and coping responses manifested by attachment trauma often inhibit us from feeling at home in our body, with other people, or at home within the world. Somatic therapy brings us back to our bodies and to the present.

The manifestations of attachment trauma are primarily subconscious, so using words (i.e., talk therapy) or psychoeducation alone is an incomplete approach to transformation. Profound healing and re-patterning come from the body (cellular) changes. A somatic therapy approach acknowledges the narrative of our attachment journey. It provides a guide into our body's wisdom, to restore the innate capacity to bond, form healthy and adaptive boundaries, to flourish in all relationships.


Somatic Attachment Therapy helps:​

  • Restore the body as a place of safety and as a conduit for love.

  • Feel an embodied core sense of self.

  • Compassionately renew a safe sense of connection and security.

  • Release stored tensions in your body that can contribute to defensiveness, avoidance, or anxiety.

  • Expand your ability to process body (preverbal and nonverbal) memory.

  • Metabolize unprocessed emotions.

  • Create deep and sustaining intimate relationships.

  • Break the cycle of reenacting protective attachment patterns in relationships.

  • Create the internal and external conditions for attachment re-patterning versus merely working with symptom reduction.

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