hey there, i'm sadé ferrier, LMFT
let's talk about intimacy
[see also: counseling]
1. free space to be heard and/or to find out how to get what you most want
2. comfy couch, fuzzy blankets and a white noise machine outside the door
3. in-person care or online counseling within the comfort of your own home
[shah-day], [licensed marriage and family therapist]
Prefer video? I've got a greeting for you here!
why do I do what I do?
I specifically decided to become a therapist when I learned of a condition called "vaginismus" that creates pain during sex for so many women - yet it is rarely discussed. Since then, I have found deep enjoyment in helping couples walk through the hardest parts of marriage - whether the difficulty be in intimacy, communication, or even an affair. It may sound odd, but I want to be with you in the most painful seasons of your life...to give you hope, and to show you how to make consistent improvements.
what's my therapeutic style?
I believe in challenge mixed with fun. Some sessions will be a stretch, as you learn new communication skills that you've never used before. Some sessions will be fun, focusing mainly on encouragement and affirmations for your progress. You set the pace, and I collaborate with you to set the feel of your therapy experience.
I work online or in-person with couples in the metro-Atlanta (or Suwanee, Georgia) area. Our sessions will involve
B.S.F.C.S. Consumer Journalism
University of Georgia | 2015
M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy
Lee University | 2017
Georgia Therapy License:
what do you need to improve, dear?
Pre-engagement & premarital
Life transitions (parenthood, age...)
Individuals or Couples
Female pain during sex
Low sexual desire/ sex drive
Intercourse not possible
don't wait anymore. you need this.
you deserve to heal...finally
how often will we meet?
Make space in your schedule for weekly sessions for the first 4 to 6 weeks. This will give us a chance to really get the ball rolling and create new change.
Remember: if we're changing a pattern in your life or relationship that isn't working, we'll need to be very intentional on the front end to shift directions to something healthier!
After this, we move to biweekly sessions. This will give you time to practice what we've learned and experience change outside of therapy.
You'll know when you've met your goals. Trust me :) At this point, most clients will choose either monthly or seasonal sessions to maintain all of their hard work!
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I am proud to be part of Building Intimate Marriages, a group practice in Suwanee, Georgia, focused on getting to the heart of relationships. All therapeutic and financial interactions take place through this non-profit organization. No information submitted on this site will be used for clinical purposes.
Visit us at intimatemarriage.org