Using this website

This website is designed to provide you with information to help you create the emotional and sexual relationship you desire. It is for couples & individuals seeking to *CREATE, *HEAL, or *ENHANCE emotional & sexual intimacy...

3 Kinds of Sex

During sexual interaction, it is possible for partners to be experiencing a different kind of sex from the other, or to be experiencing the same kind of sex. In an insecure relationship, partners can misread the kind of sex the other is experiencing during their sexual interaction...

Sexual Intimacy 101

Our society is filled with messages about sex.  However, most of these messages are grossly inaccurate and focus on sexual performance.  They say sex sells.  In reality, making people feel sexually inadequate and convincing them that they need the product your selling in order to become sexually desirable...

Sexual Intimacy & Orgasm

Sex serves many purposes, one of which is emotional bonding.

Primary Myth: sex is always about pleasure and orgasm

Secondary Myth: sex is always about an underlying desire for connection and emotional bonding...

Sex Addiction

Some people seek sex as a means of connecting with others to meet their attachment needs and longings. Some people seek sex as a means of disconnecting from their own attachment needs and longings because they experience needing connection as dangerous...

Emotionally Integrated Sensate Focus

The goal of Emotionally Integrated Sensate Focus (EISF), it to rewire the brain to integrate physical touch and sexual interaction with emotional connection: for sex to become one of the ways couples are able to connect...

Emotionally Focused Therapy

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a researched-based approach to couples therapy that was developed by Susan Johnson and Les Greenberg. This approach is based on John Bowlby's Attachment research over 50 years ago which found that humans have an innate need to feel attached to and comforted by significant others...

Informational Video Clips

Sue Johnson, Jim Coan, Brenae Brown

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