We are here to walk beside you on your oncology journey.

You are NOT alone! 

Research tells us that issues related to the intimate relationship and sexual experience rate in the top 3 concerns voiced by cancer patients, both during their treatment phase and into the time of Survivorship.

In the early phase of diagnosis and treatment, patients tell me that “sex is the last thing on my mind.” I absolutely get that. I want to empower you to care for your sexual body so that when you are ready to return to a sexually intimate relationship, your body can accommodate this without pain or anxiety. 

You and your relationship are important! Cancer robs too much from your life to also surrender your relational connection and sexual intimacy as well. 

I want to walk this journey with you as an oncology nurse, a relationship advocate, and a sexual health professional. You do not have to figure this out alone!

Did you know?

We recognized the gap in care that was being provided in traditional settings, and have been on a mission to close that gap without our practice.


Only 20% of patients are asked about their sexual functioning by their oncology team.

Yet, somewhere between 50% and 90% of cancer patients will experience some form of sexual side effects.

Common Sexual Body Concerns Associated with Cancer Treatment

Premature Menopause

Decrease or Loss in Sexual Desire

Negative Body Image

Vulvovaginal Dryness/Itching

Painful Intercourse

Erectile Dysfunction

Premature Ejaculation

Bowel and/or bowel disturbance

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