March 22, 2022 1 min read

One of the more common answers we share when addressing your sex questions is to go get support with a (sex) therapist or coach. But we realize taking that next step is not always an easy process. Return guest Keeley Rankin, M.A. and Sex and Relationship Coach joins us to answer everything from why it's helpful to work with a (sex and relationship) therapist or coach, to where to find them and the questions you should ask to see if they feel right to you, as well as red flags to watch out for, addressing and working around financial issues, and more. 
About our guest: Keeley Rankin received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. She’s trained in  Hakomi Therapy and Recreation of the Self. She specializes in facilitating deep erotic connections for couples and has been featured in media outlets such as the Huffington Post and Oprah Magazine as an expert in male sexual struggles where she created a Premature Ejaculation Mastery Video Course for men to learn to last longer in bed from the privacy of their own home. To learn more visit


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