“I offer sex, relationship and love coaching along with better educating you in all areas of sex,” Sinclaire said. “I’m not a therapist, counselor or sexologist. My services are for coaching only.”
The difference, Sinclaire says, is that she avoids past issues or traumas, instead focusing on current issues dealing with sex and relationships. She’ll meet with a person via phone, email or in person. For some, a single session can take care of things, while others choose ongoing assistance.
“I can help a person become a more confident and sexual person,” she said. “I don’t think anyone who is honest with themselves would think that they couldn’t use a little guidance. I want them to know someone is out there.”