Tiffany Jones, M.A.
Tiffany Jones, M.A. is a registered psychotherapist and a Sex Positive Sex Coach. She received her Master of Arts in Social Sciences from the University of Colorado at Denver. There she focused her studies on Human Sexuality from a multidisciplinary perspective. Throughout her career, she has coached hundreds of people regarding their sexuality, sexual identity and sexual experiences. She has been a weekly guest sex therapist/coach on a Denver FM radio show, provided insight on sex addiction as a guest sex therapist on a Denver TV show and regularly speaks to college students about sexuality and sexual health. She writes for Examiner.com as a Denver Sex and Relationship Examiner. In the fall of 2011, she will host a sex coaching segment on a local cable channel in Denver, Colorado. She currently facilitates workshops for individuals, couples and small groups that focus on sexual exploration, communication and intimacy. She can be contacted at 303-681-1364.
Workshop Title: The A,B,C’s of Our Vacation Sex: How to Rekindle and Reconnect with Our Partner
Workshop Description: Communication, acceptance, and honesty are the keys to sexual satisfaction and exploration. Committed couples can experience the best sex ever when they play outside the norm, when they are open to discover sexuality together and when they reject gender specific rules regarding sexuality. When we truly accept our partner, and when they truly accept us, (and when we accept ourselves) we pave the way to amazing, experimental, couple focused sexual practices. Any sexual activity, any sexual exploration, is acceptable, desirable and encouraged when couples come together in trust, communication, and acceptance.
Communication is the key to both healthy relationships and great sex. Too often, couples shy away from discussing sexual matters, interests, or concerns with the very person they engage in sex with. They may fear judgment, jealousy, or contempt. We are socialized quite early in life to refrain from talking about sex, or engaging in it. So when we finally find a committed partner and actually do have sex, it is often difficult for us to talk about it. Whether it is a fantasy we want to explore or things that may need some readjustment, we too often refrain from truly exposing our sexual selves to our partners. When we fail to nurture our sexual connection, we grow apart, stray or disconnect. This workshop offers tangible, applicable ideas and methods to reconnect, rekindle and readily explore the greatest gift we have to offer to ourselves and our partners, that of sexual connection.