polyamory counseling | couples therapy | couples workshop | sex therapist portland

Progressive. Unique. Egalitarian. Open. Atheist. Feminist. Liberal. Non-monogamous. Kinky. Polyamorous. Creative.

Whatever terms you're using, I love love in all forms.


Maybe mainstream ideas about relationships aren't a fit for you.  

Maybe you've outgrown the patterns you set up when you first got together.  

Maybe the relationship models your parents gave you aren't what you want.  

Maybe you've realized most cultural relationship norms are actually pretty unhealthy.

You're ready to re-think the way you've done relationships in the past.

You want new connection and communication patterns that align with your values.

You're ready to cultivate the relationship of your dreams.

 

I can help you...

  • renew passion desire, arousal, and intimacy between you

  • move past jealousy, insecurity or codependency

  • resolve sexual disconnection and distance

  • break unhealthy communication patterns and develop sustainable healthy ones

  • figure out if consensual non-monogamy is right for you (and if so, what kind of boundaries you need to make it work)

 

For ten years I've helped thousands of couples:

  • overcome desire fatigue and long-term relationship blahs.

  • repair trust after affairs and rebuild connected partnerships. 

  • tailor non-monogamy agreements to each of your unique desires.

  • learn skills to communicate with authenticity.

  • explore sexuality, deepen intimacy, and build lasting passionate bonds.

I help clients build long-lasting fulfilling relationships with integrity. 

Couples leave this work confident, connected, and ready to maintain long-term passionate partnerships.

Read more about my background, or schedule a consultation now to start a conversation about the love you want to have.

 
I’m walking away from our work feeling so much more confident in what I want in sex. And I knowing what I want and how to explore.”
— Erika in Madison, WI
 

RELATIONSHIP RESOURCES:

 
 
Now I know I have to stay committed to the routines we talked about in sessions. I need to nourish a different side of me than just who I am at work to keep our sex life alive. If I feel different the relationship will feel different.
— Jon, Milwaukee, WI
 
 
 
tools for polyamory | polyamory worksheet | poly workshop | RELATIONSHIP WORKSHEET | COUPLES THERAPY WORKSHEETS

Click the images to download resources for your relationship.

 
I wish they taught sex this way in schools. Gina, you should tell everybody this stuff.
— James, Chicago, IL
 
RELATIONSHIP ADVICE POLYAMORY COUNSELING ONLINE COUPLES THERAPY
 
 
 
We started seeing Gina because we tried opening out relationship and it was a disaster. She saved our marriage.
— Courtney, Portland, OR
 
read me.pngworkbooks for couples | resources for relationships | couples workbook | jealousy | trust

I've created a few workbooks for folks who like o learn at their own pace based on nearly fifteen years working with clients to build trust, navigate open relationships, and move past jealousy.  Click the images below for more information.

 
I’m leaving our session understanding him so much better.
And I finally (after six years) feel understood.
— Clara & Sean, London, U.K.