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LAS VEGAS, NV - Madison Gulli is a professional known as a sexologist, which is not a term everyone will immediately get, but makes perfect sense—she is a trained clinical psychotherapist who focuses on issues that relate to sex. After obtaining her Master’s Degree and Licensure in Marital and Family Therapy, Madison decided the area she wanted to focus on next was sex, which can actually be a mental health issue but is often just a matter of wanting to have more enjoyable sexual relations..
She coaches people on many things that can interfere with their bliss—whether it is a matter of fears, rigid cultural upbringing, changing hormones due to childbirth or aging, or loss of libido. Many occurrences– even just the pressure of managing bills and daily life—can leave people feeling they are not themselves. Add in family demands and depressing current events, and it’s difficult to maintain one’s enthusiasm nowadays.
“People should not be too worried about life, and particularly, a sex life. Individuals, both men and women, need to be adventurous, playful.”
Giving and receiving pleasure, she says, should not be a teeter totter. Both men and woman need to understand they can give or accept pleasure without a sense of obligation.
“Sometimes one partner, or a couple, will come to realize that what happened in the past may not be sufficient now. They want to deepen their understanding of different skills and techniques. To learn to relate to the other one with a richer level of intimacy. I help them achieve their goals.”
For more information about Madison and her work, please visit www.madisongulli.com