Elizabeth McGrath is a sex therapist and sexuality educator with offices in the Los Angeles area. She is trained in the Somatica Method™ and continues to speak both locally and internationally about sexuality, gender, sexual expression and sexual performativity. She shares her knowledge in the capacity of professor and lecturer; teaching Human Sexuality and Integrative Sexuality for Counselors and Social Workers in the Master’s program at Southwestern College and U.C. Berkeley. Elizabeth frequently contributes to online and print publications writing about all things sexuality and modern relationships. She is a sexual lifestyle expert and highly experienced in issues of gender, kink, sexual embodiment, sexual orientation and sexual empowerment through self-acceptance. Elizabeth has an extensive background in many different therapy modalities, including Emotion-Focused Therapy, Cognative-Behavioral Therapy and the Hokomi Method. She integrates those in her current practice of Somatic Sex Therapy. She works with individuals and couples, guiding them as they learn to value their own pleasure and overcome obstacles to satisfying sexual expression resulting in exhilarating sex lives and fulfilling relationships with themselves and others. Elizabeth is passionate about working with people beyond judgment from a place of acceptance and connection to create remarkable and lasting transformations.
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