A. I work with both men and women who have ranged from the age of 19 into their 60s. In general, the needs of my clients are usually tied into their difficult relationship to intimacy. Often, people who’ve gone through a recent break-up, loss, or big transition in life are those who feel more of a need of clear, non-sexual, physical affection. I also work with many people who experience some sort of awkwardness with touch and intimacy with their friends, family, and lovers.
Q. What sort of boundaries do you have in your sessions?
A. I have very clear and strict hygienic and sexual boundaries. I expect all of my clients to come to the session clean and aware that sex is not at all part of the service. I meet with every client before our sessions begin to make sure that these boundaries are made clear.
Q. Are the sexual boundaries ever disrespected?
A. Since starting my Cuddle Therapy service in mid-2009, I’ve never had a client cross any sexual lines with me. People who have come seeking this service are not looking to explore sex. Because I am very clear about my boundaries and what I’m offering, my clients and I both feel comfortable and safe working with one another.
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