The Relationship Diversity Podcast celebrates and explores all aspects of relationship structure diversity from soloamory to monogamy to polyamory and everything in between because every relationship is as unique as you are.
Conversations with Rachel Wright about Redefining Sex and Sexuality
Today’s episode is part of our Conversations series. I am just one voice in this relationship diversity movement. And it’s important to bring more unique perspectives into the conversation. Today I’ll be talking with Psychotherapist Rachel Wright, about reframing and redefining sex and sexuality. I feel that her definition of sex, in and of itself, has the potential to bring so much healing to our collective sexual wounding - it did for me!
But first, a little about her:
Psychotherapist Rachel Wright is recognized as one of the freshest voices on modern relationships, mental health, and sex. She is an experienced speaker, group facilitator, educator, therapist, podcast host, coach, and on-camera mental health and relationship expert.
With a Master’s Degree in clinical psychology, Rachel Wright has worked with thousands of humans worldwide, helping them scream less and screw more. She has brought her message to stages across the globe, was SHAPE Magazine’s Sex + Relationships Coach, created the virtual workshop series What You Wish You Learned in School: Sex Ed, and is currently one of mindbodygreen’s article review experts. She also co-produced and hosted a show at Green Room 42 in NYC called “One Night Stand: A Night for Sexier & Healthier Broadway.”
Rachel has been featured widely in the media, including on Cheddar TV, SHAPE, INSIDER, mbg, InStyle, The Dipp, Well & Good — plus Cosmopolitan Magazine, and hundreds of other outlets. Her new podcast, The Wright Conversations, is climbing the charts and getting rave reviews from listeners.
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