Amy Marsh, Sexologist & Hypnotist

Supporting Your Sexual Human Rights & Quest for Pleasure

Sexologist, Hypnotist, Educator

JonesHeader:Pleasure,Health,LoveAmy Marsh, Ed.D, DHS, CH, CI

• Clinical Sexologist (Ed.D., DHS)

AASECT-certified sexuality counselor

• Certified Consulting Hypnotist (CH) and Hypnosis Instructor (CI)

 

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Online Appointments

Thursday – Sunday. See This Page for Appointment Hours. Via Zoom.

More Classes 

I believe in following my passion so I’m founding the Glenhaven Center for Sex, Gender, and Culture in Fall, 2019, as a membership organization, to offer more teaching and community outreach.

I will offer online and offline classes and groups in adult sexuality, relationship, and wellness education. Many classes will emphasize self-hypnosis and other mind-body techniques. Classes will be offered via Zoom.

Private online classes may be scheduled Thursdays – Sundays, depending on availability and at the usual hourly rates.

Best Way to Get in Touch

Cell phone service can be unreliable and messages may be hard to understand, so I prefer that you email me at dr.amymarshsexologist at gmail.com.


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California Hypnosis Disclaimer

As required by California Business and Professions code, sections 2051, 2052, and 2053, specifically 2053.5, the following information is provided:

Nothing in this web site is intended to hold out, state, indicate or imply that Amy Marsh is a physician and/ or a surgeon. (Dr. Marsh holds two doctorate degrees in human sexuality – but these are professional and academic, not medical!)

Hypnotists and Hypnotherapists are not licensed by the State of California and are not medical practitioners.

Treatment with hypnosis/hypnotherapy is complementary to healing art services licensed by the state. The hypnotherapist/hypnotist does not diagnose, cure, or treat in any way, medical conditions, illnesses, or diseases. Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy is not the practice of medicine, psychology or psychiatry, and is not in any way intended to be a replacement for diagnosis or treatment of any complaint or ailment.  Persons with mental disabilities or mental illnesses should seek psychiatric care.


 

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