Sex – Love – Life therapy sessions are run by Specialist trained Sexologist, Counsellor, Couples Therapist & Sexuality Educator — Waratah Karleu.
B.A, M.ScMed (Sexual Health),
GradDip.ScSc. (Counselling), Couples Therapist.
CertIV (Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant).
Waratah has taught yoga and mindfulness practices, presented wellness retreats and intimacy education workshops in addition to working as a counsellor with adults and teens for over 15 years in Adelaide and the Hills. Bringing a culmination of these modalities, including post graduate studies in Counselling, Sexual Health and Couples Therapy, to Sex -Love Life Therapy allows for a wholistic, grounded and practical approach to her work.
Taking a transpersonal coaching approach to working with individuals and couples around sex, love and intimacy makes for a holistic and transformative, solution focused and positive experience for her clients. When applied to this fundamentally important part of life, Sex -Love – Life Therapy allows you to find real meaning and fulfilment in your relationships and your sexuality.
With no need to judge or assess you, the only agenda is to enable you to transform and grow. The aim being to create an environment in which to inspire you to reach your sexual and relationship potential, with all the peace, wellness and fulfilment that fully embodied and positive sexuality can bring. Sexuality is at the core of being human. Quality sex is an extraordinary thing, and one that has a hugely positive effect on us physically, emotionally and mentally. Through addressing any sexual issues, the whole of life improves.
Everyone has a right to a fulfilling and healthy sex life. Sex therapy can help you understand the sexual difficulty you may be experiencing, discover it’s beginnings and find ways to increase your sexual satisfaction.
Sexuality is a central aspect of our lives. Usually when we are happy within our sex life we are happy in other areas of life. It is common for people to experience sexual difficulties in their life, with many people experiencing some kind of difficulty in their sexual relationship at some point. These can include erection problems, a loss of desire, orgasmic difficulties, sexual pain, and sexual dissatisfaction. Sometimes there are physiological problems, yet quite often anxieties, stress, concerns or a lack of knowledge about sex underpin these issues.
When we think about leading a healthy life we think about diet and nutrition, exercise, and looking after our bodies. We often do not think we need to look after our sex lives. Sexual problems can lead to other relationships issues. And conversely a healthy sex life can help redeem many relationship issues. A healthy sex life is part of leading a healthy life. Sex therapy can help you achieve a healthy sex life and therefore a healthier and happier life.
Sex therapy is a also known as sexual counselling or psychsosexual therapy. A psychosexual therapist, sex counsellor or sex therapist is a professional who is trained in human sexuality, its variations and sexual functions and dysfunctions.
There are more people who seek out professional sex therapy than you think. In our society we are generally taught not to talk about sex, that sex is a private thing. This can lead to people not seeking out assistance and ending up with a less than satisfactory sex life. There is no reason to feel embarrassed or ashamed. As our sexuality is a central aspect of our lives, it makes sense to seek assistance to deal with sexual issues. Most issues can be dealt with or worked through with the help and knowledge of a trained professional within a confidential environment. Sometimes the healing becomes possible just through the comfort of having someone with a non-judgmental ear listening to us about our sexual concerns.
Those seeking Sex-Love-Life therapies include those who: