Frequently Asked Questions
-29% Sexual incompatibility (differences in amount of sex/libido, timing, preferences, etc.)
-24% Personal issues with sex (discomfort, body confidence, low libido, no enjoyment, etc.)
-20% Help on relationships and dating (bad patterns, breakups, creating connection, etc.)
-17% Learn about or improve their orgasms
-10% Check on their physical body, health and ask questions about anatomy
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Can I use this service regardless of where I live? Do you read and write in English? If your answer is yes, then this service can definitely work for you! While some of our therapists live internationally, most have been trained in America and are competent in working with a client from diverse culture.
I’m a survivor of sexual assault. Does Isbel & Co. provide support for me? We can’t tell you what is right for you. If you are a survivor of sexual assault, or are experiencing something that may require prolonged treatment, we recommend you receive that treatment before you use this service. At times, this service can act as a complement to prolonged therapy or treatment. Ask a qualified mental health professional when in doubt. Want more resources on sexual assault? Visit the RAINN website for more information.
I’m under 18. Can I use this service? Yes you can! Make sure to first have parental consent, which we require to begin using our service.
Why is this service designed for women and not men? Isbel & Co. began as a way to address the lack of resources for women. As we’ve grown as a company, we have come to understand that we haven’t even scratched the surface in providing the best possible care for women. We feel we can do our best work by specifically addressing women’s personal concerns. We love men, but our specialty is women.