Dr Natasha PhD

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Here are some domestic violence resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline: Hotline can help victims/survivors of domestic violence. Call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) TTY 1-800-787-3224 Chat at http://thehotline.org If you or a client have concerns about their relationship (or if you have concerns about yours), reach out today. They are completely free and confidential. Menergy: Menergy provides counseling for those who have behaved abusively in their relationships. They with people of all backgrounds to examine, identify, and change harmful patterns of behavior. 215.242.2235 [email protected] Rodin Place 2000 Hamilton Street, Suite 304 Philadelphia, PA 19130
It's National Masturbation Month! Enjoy!!!

Empowering people to live sex-positive lives and maintain healthy relationships! Sex coaching empowers individuals to further develop their sexuality, confront and triumph over challenges and/or address sexual concerns in a short term, personalized setting.

Men, women and couples alike can benefit from sex coaching. There are a variety of reasons why one might seek a sex coach. Issues with libido, various ejaculation issues, body image issues, difficulty with orgasm, affairs, or a desire to increase comfort level with dating or relationships in general are just a few reasons to work with a sex coach. However it is not necessary to be experiencing some issue for sex coaching to be beneficial. Some seek sex coaching simply to increase their sexual knowledge, learn the anatomy and erogenous zones of their partner, and/or simply to improve their sexual skill level. Still others prefer sex coaching seminars or workshops to address issues or increase sexual knowledge or skills with the support of a group. Sex coaching is different from therapy. It is work that focuses on the client’s current state of sexuality and moves toward future sexuality success. Sex coaching often leads to a feeling of empowerment, a demonstration of positive sexual power, increased comfort with personal sexuality, and overall quality of life improvement.

Mission: Empowering people to live sex-positive lives and maintain healthy relationships!

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[10/20/19]   Domestic violence is not just physical. Abuse can also be sexual, psychological, emotional, and/or financial. Cyber abuse and stalking also count.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/15/19]   The presence of guns in a home where domestic violence is a problem increases the risk of a murder by 500%
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/14/19]   Every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten.

[10/10/19]   Every year, 1 in 3 women who is a victim of homicide is murdered by her current or former partner.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/09/19]   1/2 of all homeless women and children in the U.S. are fleeing from domestic violence.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/08/19]   Violence against women occurs predominantly behind closed doors at home with most cases having never been reported to police. But that doesn’t mean the problem isn't visible and doesn't spill into future generations. Domestic violence is the third leading cause of homelessness among families with 50% of all women who are homeless reporting that domestic violence was the immediate cause of their homelessness.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/07/19]   Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women – more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/04/19]   43.8% of lesbian women and 61.1% of bisexual women have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner at some point in their lifetime, as opposed to 35% of heterosexual women.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/03/19]   1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men experience severe intimate partner physical violence, intimate partner contact sexual violence, and/or intimate partner stalking with impacts such as injury, fearfulness, post-traumatic stress disorder, use of victim services, contraction of sexually transmitted diseases, etc.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

[10/02/19]   Domestic/dating violence is a pattern of controlling behaviors that one partner uses to get power over the other. Including: physical violence or threat of physical violence to get control, emotional or mental abuse and sexual abuse.

October is Domestic Violence awareness month! Go purple for domestic violence survivors. I'll post info all month!

[04/07/19]   When my husband calls me "good girl", particularly during sex and specifically during oral sex, I feel like I've just won the lottery 😍
What are some things your partner says during or after sex that makes you feel like a million bucks?

[04/07/19]   When my husband calls me "good girl", particularly during sex and specifically during oral sex, I feel like I've just won the lottery 😍
What are some things your partner says during or after sex that makes you feel like a million bucks?

[01/06/19]   I'm feeling deep empathy for survivors of sexual assault (childhood and otherwise). Social media is really triggering right now. Take care of yourselves (block, delete, mute, log off, counseling), and take care of each other (check in, believe, listen). As for me, I haven't watched the documentary yet. I haven't decided if I will. But what I do know is I'm getting rid of all the victim blaming, rape apologists on my friend's list. I thought I'd accomplished that during the Cosby trial. But apparently the are more. So, as I see a post calling little black girls fast, women stupid, predators geniuses, comparisons to white predators in ways that aren't useful or relevant, and folks making attempts to separate an ephebophile from his music to justify continued enjoyment of said music, I simply delete them. There's no need for a debate. I don't want or need that energy when I log on to social media. And I don't want to associate(in any capacity) with people who have no interest in protecting, believing or supporting, our women and girls. The attitudes I see on social media are the reasons your daughters, nieces, cousins, are afraid to tell you that uncle Bobby has been touching them for years. They will suffer in silence because you would rather blame a child or her parents for the actions of a predator. Because you really like 12 Play and can't part with Feeling on Your Booty. Because if you accept that Cosby, R. Kelly and other black celebrities are predators, you may be forced to actually accept that your uncle, the one everyone knows to watch around the kids, is a predator too. Or that you were 27 and she was 16 and you were picking her up from school and raping her (cause that wasn't f**king consent). And you have no intention of dealing with your own sh*t. Or that you are a black woman that hates herself so much that you will rally against other black women and girls in defense of a f**king rapist. Well, f**k you from the bottom of my heart. And delete. THE END!

[05/03/18]   So, if you want a great masturbation experience during National Masturbation Month , it's best to use lube. Water-based lubes work best to prevent infections, irritation, and provide the most slippery experience. Personally, I like uberlube. Grab some today and may the slip be with you!

[05/02/18]   You don't have to celebrate National Masturbation Month alone. Masturbate with your partner! You can show your partner what you like and learn to please your partner during mutual masturbation. Try having an honest dialogue about what feels good while you're masturbating together. Use your partner's hand to touch yourself so they learn just the right amount of pressure to use, and the perfect motion to get you off! Try it today. You're welcome. #DrNatashaPhD

[02/10/18]   Today is #selfcaresaturday.
My self care will consist of sex and shopping, two of my favorite things. Please remember that sex is a natural pain reliever. Orgasms promote the release of oxytocin accompanied by endorphins. It's a natural pain killer. Trust me, I'm a doctor! #sexologistsaturday

NSVRC

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Cool Study Examines the Nuanced Ways Women Orgasm

https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/xww49z/cool-study-examines-the-nuanced-ways-women-orgasm

broadly.vice.com According to a new study, while everyone experiences sexual pleasure differently, there are a few techniques that work for a majority of women.

[08/01/17]   Orgasm Tip #5:
Find your G-Spot.
The prostate is an awesome G-Spot for those that have one. It can be engaged from the outside by applying pressure to your perineum. But if you're up for it, do some anal probing. If you don't have a prostate (like I don't), you can locate your G-Spot in your vagina on the back side of the pubic bone (front of the vaginal wall). Insert your index and middle fingers to find it (you can also ask your partner to help you locate it).

[07/31/17]   Orgasm Tip #4:
Do Kegels! Kegel exercises are a way of contracting the muscles of the pelvic floor. This can give greater intensity and control during sex. Kegels aren't just for vaginas either. Folks with pen*ses can do kegels as well. Inbox me for details.

[07/31/17]   Orgasm Tip #3:
Be willing to experiment. Sometimes, the first thing you try when attempting to orgasm won't work. Don't be afraid to try new and interesting things. Remember, everyone does not orgasm during vaginal- penile penetration. Shake up your sex. Routines get boring.

[07/31/17]   Orgasm Tip #2:
Get to know your body. There's a lot going on between your legs. Find a hand held mirror and go exploring. Touch yourself in various places to figure out what feels good. Folks, don't forget to incorporate your testicles and perineum.

[07/31/17]   Orgasm Tip #1:
Never fake an orgasm. Your partner will remember the thing they did when you faked the orgasm and repeat that behavior because they believe it pleases you. Instead have open, honest, sexual communication and have fun figuring out what gets you both off.

[07/31/17]   In honor of National Orgasm Day, I'll be posting orgasm tips today!

[10/13/16]   I'm so excited about the workshops. The sexualizing cancer workshop is this afternoon. I'm there with bells on! I will be presenting about sexual abuse in intimate partner relationships tomorrow! #sexdownsouth #sds

Tip #5
Choose Your Battles
Every topic that you disagree with is not worth a fight. Learn to decide when to dig in and when to gracefully bow out. Besides, do you want to be right or do you want to be happy?
#drnatashaphd

Tip #4
Utilize Empathy
Understanding and sharing the feelings of another is empathy. When communicating with our partner, it is sometimes necessary to infer how our partner might be feeling or how we think our partner is feeling. This is called an empathetic leap. Practice considering things from your partner’s point of view.
#drnatashaphd

Tip #3
Develop Emotional Intelligence
Emotional intelligence is defined as the ability to be aware of and in control of one’s emotions. Stay in tune with self and effectively tune into your partner. This requires an emotional vocabulary and understanding.
#drnatashaphd

Tip #2
Listen to hear and understand, not necessarily to respond.
We can sometimes mishear or not hear what our partner is saying if we are waiting with baited breath to get our two cents into the conversation. Try to really hear what your partner is saying. Ask questions for clarification (be curious). Then respond appropriately.
#drnatashaphd #5tipsforeffectivecommunication

Tip #1
Be curious about your partner.
Ask questions that show you are interested in your partner. Simple questions like, “How are you? “and “How was your day?” are nice, but it is most beneficial to ask questions about how your partner feels about a particular situation. Try to learn new things about your partner and how they think and feel.
#drnatashaphd #5tipsforeffectivecommunication

Tip #10
Encourage future talks. End the conversation with words like, “I really enjoyed talking with you. I look forward to more talks like this. Or, come to me with any concerns or questions”. This will keep the lines of communication open.
#drnatashaphd #10tipssextalk

Tip #9
Link sex, intimacy and relationships to respect for self and others.
#drnatashaphd #10tipssextalk

Tip #8
Talk with your child about sex, relationships, and intimacy often. Children only absorb bits of information at a time. Frequent conversations lead to greater understanding.
#drnatashaphd #10tipssextalk

Tip #7
Don’t be critical. Nonjudgmental listening and responding invites further, productive dialogue.
#drnatashaphd #10tipssextalk

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