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Sex Therapist
Intimacy and Relationship Help

Morgan Susan Taylor, M.A., LPC
Specialist in Women's Sexuality, Intimacy and Relationships

About Morgan Susan Taylor, MA

Welcome to Pathway to Pleasure! I am Morgan S. Taylor, a sex therapist specializing in women's sexuality and feminine spirituality and providing services to clients in Austin, TX and beyond.

(Note: mental health services are only available to clients who reside in the state of Texas.  I provide relationship and intimacy coaching to those  who reside out of state.)

I believe that sex is the most direct pathway to our deepest healing and the fulfillment of our deepest human yearnings for connection and love.

When we lose access to this erotic and sexual aspect of ourselves we cut ourselves off from a part of life that holds the power to deeply heal us.

I am  a professional member of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH) and I am currently pursuing a specialty certification in the field of somatic sex education.

My passion is in  working with women and couples who don't enjoy sex as much as they would like to and who are worried about how this is affecting their intimate relationship.  

Such challenges in sex may be due to any number of factors including but not limited to:

  • Pain during intercourse due to a known or unknown cause.
  • A general lack of interest in sex (low desire).
  • Changes in sexual desire over time. 
  • History of sexual trauma or childhood sexual abuse.
  • Challenges with orgasm.
  • Differences in sexual appetites between partners (desire discrepancy). 
  • Unresolved relationship issues resulting in resentment.
  • Being too much "in your head" or unable to relax. 
  • Sexual shame due to negative religious influences from childhood. 

Many women who come to see me either individually or as part of a couple often feel like there is something "wrong" with them.  Even in the face of a physical cause of a sexual challenge I feel it is really important to emphasize that there is NOT something wrong with a woman or her body. 

Usually it is more that there is something wrong with what she or her partner believe about her body or how it should or shouldn't work  or respond that is usually the real problem!

I work with a very useful tool in my sex therapy practice called the Wheel of Consent developed by sex educator and author Betty Martin to help my clients understand how pleasure and desire actually function in a relationship. 

This simple teaching tool helps shed light on where the trouble spots lie in sex and can help a woman and her partner better understand what needs to be changed, upgraded, or let go of in order to experience more fulfilling intimacy. 

My emphasis on women's sexuality and my insight into the female sexual experience lends me a unique perspective in working not only with women individually but also with couples as even men. (Yes-- I also accept male clients!).

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So...uh....(awkward silence) did you decide to become a sex therapist?

One of the first questions I often get is "How did you decide to become a sex therapist?

The truth is that I am often just as surprised at my choice of profession as those asking that question! 

The field of sex therapy and becoming a sex therapist specifically was not something that I originally planned on. Translation: it was not something I dreamed about becoming when I was a kid. 

Though I always knew I wanted to become a counselor and I had always been passionate about working in the field of women's health, the desire to focus specifically on women's sexuality came later in my life. 

It was a few hard knocks, broken relationships, and painful life lessons that eventually ignited a deep desire within me to find a way to experience something different for myself in the area of intimacy and sex that sparked me to begin the journey into the study of my own sexuality.

I began to ask myself some critical questions:

  • Who was I was a woman?
  • Who was I as a sexual and sensual being?
  • How did my body work?
  • How did my sexual energy work?
  • How could I find a way to feel deeply connected to a partner through love and not "just sex"?
  • How could I experience more pleasure, joy, and deep connection? How could I turn sex something truly spiritual and meaningful rather than just a transaction that was over in 10 or 15 minutes?
  • Where was the key? What was the pathway?

Well, I did eventually find the answer to these questions.  And what I found was that as women we literally have the power to create the circumstances for love, pleasure, deep connection and orgasm right here within our very own bodies.

Nobody "brings" love to us.  Nobody "delivers" an orgasm to us on a platter.  Nobody even "gives" us pleasure.

Love, pleasure and orgasm are already inherent within us.  Right there within our very own bodies!  All we need to do is learn to create the circumstances within ourselves for these things to naturally arise.

The problem is that we often block access to these things due to many factors that influence us; most notably our social conditioning around sex and our utter lack of true education about sex in general.

Once I found my own Pathway to Pleasure and discovered the inherent potential within myself for love, pleasure, depth and orgasm I realized two things:

1. Nobody else is responsible for creating these things for me!

2. I could experience these things in any intimate relationship because I now knew how to create the circumstances for them to naturally arise from within me.

After this realization I became truly empowered.  Love was no longer such a mystery or an evasive experience dependent on someone else.  Depth and meaning became something that I could create and not something I had to put pressure on my partner to create for me.

I realized the huge lack of and deep need for other women and men to have this information and made the decision to become a sex therapist. 

Read more about what a sex therapist does here (And, no, we don't have sex with our clients if that's what you're thinking! Geez, get your head out of the gutter....)

I truly believe that we can change the world by how we have sex and make love.  It is a journey not a destination.

Are you ready to find your own Pathway to Pleasure?

Request Your Complimentary Phone Consultation or Book an Appointment Now.

Sex Therapist in Austin, TX Morgan S. Taylor-The Standard "Bio"

Morgan S. Taylor is a Licensed Professional Counselor and sex therapist specializing in women’s sexuality and reproductive health.  She is the founder of The Pathway to Pleasure Collective and the host of the podcast series Sex Talk Café.  Morgan is a professional member of The International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), The Sexual Health Alliance (SHA) and AustinIn Connection.

Morgan began her studies in the field of holistic health and wellness as a licensed massage therapist in 1998. She still teaches and trains others in intuitive healing and coaching through her online courses at the Feminine Wisdom Academy (, best known for the Way of the Priestess Spiritual Healing and Intuitive Coaching online course.  

Morgan received her Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies form the University of California Santa Barbara in 1998 and earned her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Texas State University San Marcos in 2014.  

As a dedicated and lifelong learner who is committed to expanding her knowledge, wisdom and experience in the field of sexual wellness, wholeness and healing, Morgan is currently pursuing professional training to become a Certified Somatic Sex Educator through the Institute for the Study of Somatic Sexology.

Morgan is also passionate about dance of all forms, from ballet to ballroom, but holds a special love for sacred dance and expressive movement.  She has traveled to Nepal two times to study the ancient sacred art of Nepalese Vajracharya Temple dance and currently leads sacred dance and liturgical dance workshops in the Austin, TX area.

Morgan is also a badass mama to two badass teenage girls.

Morgan brings a special approach to her counseling and sex therapy practice that incorporates the mind-body connection as a source of intuitive knowing and healing for her clients that goes beyond just "talking" about a problem. 

If you are looking for a sex therapist in Austin, TX or an intimacy and relationship coach for outside Texas please request a complimentary phone consultation or book your appointment today. 

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