I work with LGBTQ+ people to help you navigate your relationship(s) in thoughtful, meaningful, fulfilling, and of course sex- and fun-filled ways; from intentionally single, to dating, to monogamous, to open or polyamorous, and all points in between.
Dating can be intimidating and the start of a new relationship can be thrilling but without a clear head and strong sense of self, it can easily become overwhelming and anxiety-produce.
If you’re looking for love, relationship coaching can help set you up for success.
The world is setup for monogamous couples. Singles and open/poly folks just don’t see ourselves reflected in media and navigating legal structures not designed for us can be challenging.
Yet, with over a decade of experience, I’ve seen how enriching, life-giving, and just fun these relationships can be.
Together, we’ll work through the unique challenges you face and help you build a relationship that is perfect for you.
What is the meaning of life? I can’t answer that for you but I do know that finding meaning makes life worth living.
Religion and spiituality are important areas of life for many people (though not everyone), regardless of whether you believe in a God “out there” or not.
If it’s important to you, relationship coaching with me is a safe space to explore how your sexuality and relationships can inform your spirituality, and vice versa.
Brian has helped me find space to figure out my own needs and wants, and understand that they’re all okay. Honoring my whole self has shifted the way I approach dating. While I may have longer chunks of time where I’m not dating anyone now, it’s in large part due to having a better understanding of myself and what will make me happiest and most fulfilled— even if that’s sometimes just my relationship with myself, my friends, and my family.
Brian’s “I’ve been there” approach is disarming and relatable. Over the years, I’ve found his videos, articles, and resources to embody a direct yet humble insight. He cares deeply about unbuttoning the shame served from families, from faith communities, and even certain aspects of gay culture.
I appreciate how Brian’s goal is not for me to understand life exactly the way he does, but rather to accompany me on a journey of understanding who I am at my core.