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“A purpose of human life, no matter who is controlling it, is to love whoever is around to be loved.” 
~ Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan

What we do:

❖  Help men with sexual dysfunctions when prescription drugs have failed them.

❖  Empower women to overcome their emotional wounds from sexual, physical and emotional abuse.

❖  Comfort people suffering from injuries and PTSD sustained in the line of duty.

❖  Support those going through the trauma of death of their spouse or divorce.

❖  Overcome barriers to intimacy due to disabilities or illness.

❖  Educate young adults navigating the world of sexual relationships.


The WIHL brings together multiple methods of healing and coaching to help people achieve a deeper level of love with themselves and their current or future partners.

The WIHL encourages people to strengthen and explore their intimate relationships in a holistic, productive, healthy way; by offering many different tools to explore and discuss love in a safe and supportive environment.


The Western Institute for Healthy Love offers:

  • Somatic therapy

  • Surrogate partner therapy

  • Intimacy and sex coaching

  • Sex education and outreach

  • Neuro-Somatic Processing

  • Abortion and Miscarriage Support

~What clients have said: Excerpts from testimonials~

"My experience with Rachael truly changed my life. I felt completely safe with Rachael. She was extremely giving and really cared about me and my issues. Rachael has my highest possible endorsement. She genuinely wants to help her clients."

"My wife and I spent thousands of dollars on five different marriage counselors, and even saw a licensed sex therapist. None of that really helped. A service like Rachael now provides might have saved our marriage, and saved us both a lot of emotional pain ." 

"I was so damaged, that I was unable to get any sort of pleasure myself from having sex.  I was not confident in my ability to approach a woman, even just to talk. I didn’t know that I craved intimate contact more than anything, just snuggling, just holding someone was even more important than having sex..."


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