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Bea Meadows, a relationship and intimacy coach believes having sex with clients is therapeutic for them. Image via Unsplash

Sexual healing anyone? Meet the therapist who has sex with clients

‘Not a sex worker’: Bea Meadows is a relationship coach who uses her body as a ‘therapeutic tool’ when it comes to clients.

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Bea Meadows, a relationship and intimacy coach believes having sex with clients is therapeutic for them. Image via Unsplash

One therapist has taken her work as a relationship and intimacy coach to a whole new bizarre level. Speaking during a recent interview, she revealed how she has sex with some of her patients. According to Bea Meadows, she helps them achieve the level of intimacy they are looking for.

This relationship coach has intimate relations with her clients!

How willing are you to let your partner sleep with their therapist for “the betterment” of your relationship? We’re guessing not many eager hands were raised.

It turns out, however, that some couples are literally doing this and Bea Meadows – a relationship and intimacy coach – is helping them.

In a recent interview with CapeTalk‘s Sarah Jane King, Bea shares all about what she calls “surrogate partner therapy”. This basically means that she sleeps with her patients to help them have more fulfilling experiences.

According to her, her body is a “therapeutic tool” that can help “extend the range of someone else’s experience.”

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More about the ‘sex therapist’

In her interview, Bea explains that she studied dance and movement in her twenties and then later psychosexual somatics. This she says helped her deal with sexual trauma of her own.

She also answers the question, who are her clients?

“All of my work is with people with disabilities and they come to me looking to have a sexual experience.

“They may not have had a sexual experience before, they might be mature adult virgins, they might want to increase their confidence or do work around accepting their body with the physical disability they have,” she says.

She also goes on to say that her work is completely different from sex work.

“They might look like the same thing because you’re doing the same physical thing, but it’s completely different.

“It’s like ordering off a menu in a restaurant in the same way you’d order a list of services from a sex worker and going into the kitchen with the chef and exploring the ingredients and creating something with the chef together,” she says.

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