Amanda Pasciucco, Founder of Life Coaching and Therapy
Amanda Pasciucco, LMFT, CST, The Sex Healer
Amanda Pasciucco (pronounced Pa-shoe-ko) is a catalyst for igniting passion within romantic and sexual relationships! Pronouns – She / Her.
She is a Latina, international clinician & speaker who has been featured in Psychology Today, Good Therapy, PsychCentral, CNN, TLC, Women’s Health, PornHub, Playboy, HuffPost, Men’s Health, Cosmopolitan, and more!
Over the last 10+ years, thousands of individuals and couples have transformed their sexual lives with Amanda’s help.
Because of this success, she has become known as “The Sex Healer” by her clients and colleagues.
Her charismatic, no B.S. approach combined with tantra techniques, sex therapy, and somatic experiencing motivates and propels people forward.
As the founder of Life Coaching and Therapy, LLC in West Hartford, CT in 2013, Amanda and her team of therapists see clients on-site as well as through video and text therapy.
Through her flexible, multi-technique, sex-positive approaches, clients improve their sexual lives, and this often carries into a whole life transformation.
She believes that “pleasure is healing” for individuals and couples, and that sex education and pleasurable sex can be attainable for all adults. This combined with her energy and expertise enable Amanda to help clients achieve their sexual and relationship goals.
Amanda earned her Bachelor’s from Providence College, and Master’s from the University of Connecticut in Human Development and Family Studies.
She is a Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Sexology, currently completing her dissertation research on highly sexual satisfaction long-term romantic relationships.
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist and Continuing Education Provider, Amanda has more than 15,000 client hours of experience. She has helped many, even internationally, reignite their erotic spark after only a few sessions.
2022Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit. Guest presenter at convention for human rights activists, sexuality educators and researchers, professionals from the legal and medical fields, authors, sexual freedom movement leaders, and organizational partners working toward the time when sexual freedom is fully recognized as a fundamental human right.