Isbel, Your “Personal” Assistant
We address the questions your friends can’t answer. Our Quick Consult service connects you to a vetted Sex and Relationship Specialist — a Master’s or PhD sex educator — who works as your Care Team with a nurse and therapist. Within a week, they create a Care Package of insights, tools, and actionable next steps you need to be your best sexual self.
How It Works
Let us get to know you! Share your concern or question. It’s 100% confidential.
Your Care Team is assembled, and contacts you with additional clarification questions (as needed).
Receive their final Care Package, full of insight, resources, and recommendations.
Step 4 (optional)
Choose to extend support from your Care Team via text and email on a monthly basis.
The best support is personalized to you and backed by scientific research.
All questions are good questions and your team of experts have got your back with top notch, credible, data-backed answers. For those of you with specific questions about sex, intimacy or your relationship, we believe in providing answers that will assist you in making the kind of change you want in your relationship.
Support should be positive and foward-looking, not negative and backward-focused.
We work with you to identify your issue, define focused and measurable goals, amplify the strengths you already have, and measure your progress – all based on the validated Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. We focus on the solution, not the problem.
Support is only helpful when it equips you to make positive change.
We believe that in order to change your life, you have to change your life. We are action-oriented to make sure we do more than listen: together, we find action for you to take. We harness principles of Behavioral Therapy to help you choose actions that have positive effects, creating positive feedback cycles that help your relationship now and in the future.
Sample Quick Consult Requests
See what our clients have asked from our Specialists and Care Teams.
My husband loves me but doesn’t have that desire or passion for me, due to the guilt of infidelity on his part and past arguments in our 25 years of marriage.a female client
I wish I were better at sex. Granted my wife is almost always satisfied and so am I, but I still feel like should be better then I am.a male client
I am pregnant, and just feel weird having sex, like I am not protecting my baby. Everyone I talk to mentions the crazy desire they had during their pregnancies. Is this normal? a female client
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why is your advice better than Googling for information?
- Shouldn’t I just see a therapist?
- I just have a quick, silly question.
- Why should I trust the person who answers my question(s)?
- Is my information secure?