Kelly McDonnell-ArnoldSexologist & Relationship Therapist
Kelly McDonnell-Arnold MA. MBA. RSW. is a Clinical Sexologist and Psychotherapist with a Master’s degree in Forensic Sexology and a sought after expert and personality in the field of human sexuality. Kelly is passionate about providing ‘sex-positive’ fresh and reliable sexology information in all its complexity (but in a simple-to-understand message) empowering others to explore and own their sexuality.
Kelly is dedicated to helping you build a life that you truly love. She’s the down to earth, whip-smart professional who takes her work seriously, but never herself. She has devoted her career to supporting you in creating wild success in your relationships, sexuality, and life! Check out her honest & inspiring sex and relationship e-courses, find her running a bustling therapy practice, Bliss Therapy, or connect with her on social media.
Ms. McDonnell-Arnold is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW), a Registered member of the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists (OACCPP), a certified sexologist through the American College of Sexologists (ACS), and a member of the Western Australian Sexology Society (WASS), and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counsellors and Therapists (AASECT).
My Latest Posts
Coaching Education Sexual Dysfunction
A familiar concern for people with penises when it comes to ejaculation is how quickly, or how slowly they get there while pleasuring their partners. Many males have tried to ‘hang in there’ when they feel like they’re about to explode or even wondered at some point if they could last just a little while
Communication Desire Education Lifestyle Relationships
Whether you’ve been in a relationship for a few months or 20 years, perhaps you’ve considered opening up your relationship — trying out an “open relationship.” Also known as consensual non-monogamy (CNM or ethical non-monogamy), it’s gaining recognition and some couples are giving it a try and making it work for them. According to a
Body Coaching Education Sex
You’ve been faking it. At first, when you started having sex with your partner(s), you thought you might be able to, “fake it ‘til you make it.” But it’s been weeks, months, or even years and you’re far from “making it.” Maybe even the first time you did it, was just a teeny fake. A
Coaching Desire Mind Sex
“Try this mind-blowing sex trick tonight and blow your partner away!” “10 porn-star moves to try out tonight.” “Toe-curling sex is just 3 moves away.” Do any of these headlines look familiar? They all pack some hefty promises, and some are simply that — promises. If you’ve ever gone down the rabbit hole of click-baity
Education Pleasure Sex
Cozy up, we’re going to chat about your favorite pre-intercourse activity — foreplay. But first, let’s think about what foreplay really is before we warm up to it. Often we consider foreplay as the appetizer to intercourse — some activities to get us hungry for more, such as kissing, making out, fondling, and oral sex.
Attraction Desire Intimacy Lifestyle Pleasure Relationships
You know the saying — opposites attract. But do they really? And what’s behind this idea? Yes — opposites attract. The secret to sexual attraction is opposition and specifically the undeniable pull we may feel toward someone who has a sexual energy that’s different to our own. The most powerful attraction is the innate force