Jan 21, 2021
I discovered today’s guest on one of my favorite sites...goop
When I read that Michaela Boehm was GP and Brad’s intimacy
coach, I knew I needed the inside scoop.
While no relationship is perfect, GP & Brad’s is definitely
My conversation with Michaela helped me realize that you don’t
achieve couple #goals without hard work and dedication.
Michaela is an expert in intimacy, relationships, and
sexuatlity. She’s a speaker and counselor whose work centers around
the intersection of intimacy and embodiment.
She has an extensive in-person counseling background, clinical
experience in trauma and addiction and an innovative somatic
Her work with celebrity couples has been featured in
international print publications, TV programs and online talk
shows. Most recently her approach has been featured on the Netflix
Series [UN] WELL.
During our conversation, we talk about…
- Michaela’s talks about traveling for work, her teaching
partner, being known for having famous clients. And she explains
the goal of her work at the intersection of embodiment, sexuality,
- Getting to the root cause of behavior patterns influenced by
previous injury Michaela walks us through how she would treat
someone she is working with, and gives examples how she must peel
back layers of someone’s relationship in order to find the root
- How behaviors in relationships are imprinted on us from our
past relationships, and model relationships in your life. We often
repeat the same behaviors we saw in relationships growing up.
- The body has to be the instrument of perception. It gives
signals that if you can become in tune with will help you connect
with yourself as well as other people
- Michaela recommends physical movement to help every aspect of
your heath, and relationship. Being active and seeking out nature
allows us to connect with our bodies, that then allows us to know,
and communicate our wants and needs more appropriately.
- Michaela shares advice on how to approach resolving
communication issues. As well as how to keep communication skills
- That self-care is important for attaining a strong intimate
relationship with yourself is not only important for you is also
important in how you form relationships with others.
- Michaela talks about her displeasure with the spread of
misinformation about subjects she has experienced countless hours
in the field of.
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