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- Online kink focused counseling and therapy - - for individuals, groups and couples

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KINK THERAPY

Online kink focused counseling and therapy – – for individuals, groups and couples

Mike Watson offers kink friendly therapy and online counseling to those that require it. As is evident, he has immense experience in the fields of BDSM and kink – – and is often sought out for his expertise on kinks – – and more importantly, how to successfully integrate kink into daily life (while maintaining a healthy relationship in other regards).

We offer counseling services to those who need it in the form of “package consultations” (which usually take the form of ongoing support over a few weeks or months). Please note that this is kink focused therapy as opposed to “traditional” therapy, although both have an overlap.

To avail of our services, the first step to undertake is to CONTACT us either via the form HERE  – – or via email at info@spicyanderoticfetish.com. Please explain your situation in detail, and explain what exactly you are looking to gain from our services – and we’ll get back to you.

Consultation rates and packages will vary upon the requirements. Each case is different and unique, especially more so in the case of kink therapy where the sheer array of kinks are diverse to begin with.

Mike Watson will usually do a detailed “consultation” first after you contact him – – but again, this depends upon your exact case. Email us, and we’ll get back to you!

Why is kink counseling even required? Who needs it?

Good question!

First, there are a wide spectrum of kinks out there – – ranging from what some might consider to be just “naughty” to “downright kinky” – – or more. Remember too that tastes vary – what is “normal” for one person might not be for the next two, and so forth.

Due to the rather “dim” light in which most fetishes/kinks are viewed in our society, it is normal to hide “taboo” desires and activities such as BDSM. Although a foot fetishist, for instance, might like nothing better to kiss “the bride’s foot” as opposed to kissing her on the cheek when getting married, I doubt he’d express those desires publicly to the Reverend, as it were!

Often times kinks and fetishes come associated with feelings of guilt and “baggage from the past” – – all of which is completely unnecessary. Couples are often also not entirely open with each other about fetishes and sexual preferences, which is understandable to a degree as not everyone has experience discussing such issues, but sexual incompatibility leads to SEVERE problems in most relationships and is an issue that needs to be addressed, albeit delicately.

How do I know if I (or a couple) needs (or needs to consider the option of) kink therapy?

Is your marriage – or relationship – failing due to “unmentioned” sexual fetishes?

Are your partner(s) and you sexually – and “kinkily” compatible?

Does what turn you on the most do the same to your partner – or do you shy away from even bringing it up?

Does sex, or associated issues cause arguments between the two of you on a regular basis?

If any of the above, or similar scenarios sound familiar – – well – – you are NOT alone! 

Plenty of people “suffer in silence” due to these issues, but it doesn’t have to be this way.

It’s often not easy to chat with your partner(s) directly about this – – and a third person is required – – a person that has in-depth and personal knowledge of fetishes and kinks – – and more importantly, a deep understanding of the mental side to fetish i.e. the “why’s and wherefore’s” of fetish.

Mike Watson is that person.

My goal is to “bring fetishes out in the open” as much as possible, and act as a bridge to bring said partners close together (once again). It’s important to remember that we ALL have fetishes of some kind or the other. Ignoring our deepest desires rarely, if ever works, as they surface nonetheless, and my counseling services aim at bringing it all out in the open.

Most of the time, all that’s really required is for folks to “accept something new” and open their minds to a new (and different) way of doing things. This is often the hardest portion of all this, and once THIS mountain is conquered, the rest starts to flow.

I should know – I’ve been there, and done that!

So – – if you’re currently one of those “suffering in silence” due to sexual incompatibility or fetish related issues, well, fret not – you’re NOT alone. Contact us today, and we’ll do our best to help you out!

Best,

Mike Watson

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