Dating & Sex in SF: Secrets for Success from a Relationship Coach Who’s Seen it All (Women-Only)

Dr. Villarreal is excited to host her first women’s only workshop focusing on dating & female sexual health- it’s going to be an amazing event!  While this event has already nearly sold out, there is certainly room for a few more.  Please join us- there will be appetizers served, and a selection of wines by the glass to purchase.  We will meet in ‘La Cave’,  a private lounge space, downstairs in Aquitaine Wine Bar & Bistro, San Francisco, CA.  When?  May 27th, 2015, 7 pm-10 pm.

Tickets for this event may be purchased (click here for details) in advance at Eventbrite, as well as at the door.

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Dating & Sex in SF: Secrets for Success from a Relationship Coach Who’s Seen it All (Women-Only)

Navigating Your Sexual Identity: Bay Area Dating, Communicating Sexual Preferences, Managing Romantic Pitfalls, and Turning “Happily Ever After” into a Reality 

“This workshop was born in response to countless requests I received from women I’ve worked with professionally, as a way to continue the conversation about sex/relationship health, and allow a larger community of women to participate.  I will be sharing some of the most valuable pieces of what I’ve learned from helping women.  I am grateful and privileged to have had the opportunity to work with so many!  I want to pass along how they gained new insights about their patterns, overcome blind spots, change course and try new behaviors.  Along with that progress came new ways of seeing themselves as worthy of love and affection, as well as an increased ability to enjoy sex in new ways. These gains opened up doors for them in all areas of their life, as they came to see themselves with more clarity.”
– Dr. Christina Villarreal
Topics to be covered include:
(followed by a Q & A period)
  • shopping for a sexual partner/love interest:  What are we looking for, and how will we know when we find it?
  • Seizing control of your sexual identity, and figuring out what arouses you physically and mentally
  • Porn/Sex in the media– How has it affected/shaped your sexual identity and in past/current relationship? What place does porn have, if any, in oursexual relationships?
  • Body Image– how to move beyond feeling worried about being attractive to your partner to feeling hot and worthy of asking for what you like in bed
  • Mutual Fantasy Building– how to collaborate with your partner on what’s going on in his/her head AND yours for increased sexual connection and pleasure.
  • Maintaining Long Term Love– practical tips for navigating and managing committed relationships

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