All Smitten Kitten staff are trained as sex educators, so we're always happy to field questions about sexuality, sexual health, and sex toy safety and use. However, health and wellness professionals looking for extended consultations above and beyond what is feasible during business hours can set up an appointment to shop privately with one of our sex educators online or in person.
Health and wellness professionals can customize our professional consultations to their areas of practice. This is a great way to learn more about the best practices for referring patients to Smitten Kitten, to explore whether our clinic kits or professional workshops may be useful to you or your organization, or to supplement those services. Professional consultations can also be helpful for medical professionals or therapists who recommend or prescribe toys or tools, such as dilators, personal lubricants, or pumps. With a consultation, professionals can gain a broader perspective on the variety of these products available, as well as their safety and use.
Professional consultations are also helpful for sex educators looking to learn more about topics that are central to our educational work at Smitten Kitten, such as body safe sex toys and lubricants, how to use inclusive language for teaching about sex, or how specific health conditions impact sex toy use and sexual function.
All of our professional consultations will be customized to suit your needs and questions, with complimentary support via e-mail after the consultation to ensure that you get the most out of your experience.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your professional consultation, get details on pricing and scheduling, or to ask any clarifying questions!
To give a general idea of our areas of knowledge and experience, the following is a non-exhaustive list of possible topics for consultations:
- Sex toy safety and use
- Personal lubricant safety and use
- Adaptive sex toy use
- Inclusive language for educating and talking about sex with people of all genders and identities
- Vulvovaginal health & wellness
- Vulvovaginal atrophy
- Dilator use
- Anal play safety
- Sex after or during pelvic floor dysfunction
- Sex with erectile dysfunction
- Sex after cancer treatment
- Sex after prostate surgery
- Pump use (penis, clitoris, vulva, nipples, breasts, etc.)
- Pleasure positive and destigmatizing safer sex, STI, and consent education