Meet Jacqueline

Jacqueline is dedicated to using all life experiences as soul curriculum. 

She is dedicated to evolving the relationships we have surrounding sexuality, spirituality, intimacy, and spirituality.

She sees her role as a Holistic Sex Therapist as sacred.

She guides her clients through body movement, heart-centered techniques, psychology, and spirituality to align body-hear-mind-spirit.

Her passion is bringing more freedom, acceptance, and empowerment through education and inquiry.  Her focus is inspiring others to create extraordinary lives, deeper intimacy, and experience greater sexual freedom and expression. 

Her sweet spot is the intersection of sexuality, sensuality, and spirituality.  She is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (California). an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and Transformational Coach.  She is also a Practitioner of 4-D Medicine Wheel and of the Nonlinear Movement.

Her mentor and teacher Gina Ogden is one of her greatest influences with her concept on the integration of spirituality and sexuality through her creation of the Four Dimensional Wheel and the Four Dimensional Network (4-dnetwork.com).

She also has studied for many years and has completed teachers training under the Michaela Boehm, a lineage holder in Kashmir Shaivism Tantra.

Through her years in service, Jacqueline has integrated the Four-Dimensional Wheel approach with Body-Focused, Movement, Spiritual Psychology, and Tantra, Mind-Body connection, Sexual Yoga techniques, the Interplay of Masculine & Feminine Energy (Polarity), Sex Therapy, Nonlinear Movement Method, and Shamanic practices to serve her clients and those she mentors

 


What is an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist?

AASECT Certified Sex Therapists are licensed mental health professionals trained in treating clients with sexual issues and concerns.

Unlike traditional family and marriage counselors, AASECT certified sex therapists have had extensive study specific to the biological and psychological aspects of sexuality in order to help clients with their sexual health and pleasure.

To become an AASECT Certified therapist one completes extensive specialized training and education in area of human sexuality and relationships. In addition to the education, sex therapists complete 300 hours of supervision with an AASECT approved supervisor. This is in addition to the professional training needed to become a licensed therapist.

ASSECT Skills and Services

Certification by American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists stresses a strong ethical code and training in specific areas including:

  • Intimacy skills
  • Health and medical factors impacting sexuality
  • Pleasure enhancement skills
  • Diversity of sexual expression including polyamory, gender dysphoria, LGBTQ related issues, Kink, Tantra
  • Sexual violence and domestic violence
  • Sexual function in men and women

The AASECT Certification of a sex therapist is an assurance for you, the client, that you are receiving the highest level of expertise and knowledge to best help you with your sexual and relationship challenges.