In the movie Annie Hall, Woody Allen complains to his psychiatrist, “We hardly ever make love…like once a week!” Moments later we see Diane Keaton telling her therapist, “He wants sex constantly…every weekend!”
One of the most common reasons that people come to Jill is because their partner either wants more sex than they do, or much less.
There is absolutely no “normal” frequency of sexual encounters. As a therapist or coach Jill is concerned with all the fascinating shades and textures and patterns of gray, not the black of “disorder” or the white of “normal.” So she helps couples meet in the middle to discover how to harmonize their sexual preferences and satisfaction.
Jill explores sexual desire complaints openly and non-judgmentally. She doesn’t use the old-fashioned term “sex drive,” because this reinforces the mistaken belief that sexual desire is based on biology alone. Instead she views sex as something that we learn, and there’s no right or wrong way to experience it.
As a coach, Jill facilitates sensual, recreational and emotional healing and growth between partners without counting and measuring how often or how much. This means helping each couple discover the kind of romantic and sensual life that works best for them both.