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 Mind Relationships
Our intimate relationships are moving toward a more conscious kind of love. A conscious relationship is a romantic relationship where everyone involved taps into a greater sense of purpose than just those in the relationship. People in a conscious relationship are committed to ongoing and intentional growth—as individuals, in the relationship, and for creating a
Intimacy Lifestyle Mind Pleasure
Now that I have your attention, I’m excited to dig into sharing why slow sex can magnify your sensual pleasure.We need to slow down We’re working longer hours than ever, and spending more time connected to our smartphones than to other humans. Sure, the internet is amazing! It’s what’s letting me share this valuable information
Coaching Communication Intimacy Pleasure
Let’s talk dirty. Does that declaration leave your stomach in knots? Perhaps you’ve tried some naughty talk with partners in the past and it was phenomenal. Or it left you feeling uncomfortable or strange. Maybe you find it embarrassing or a turn-off. Often our clients have a misperception of dirty talk that they’ve learned from
Attraction Culture Education Lifestyle
With polyamory and other forms of consensual nonmonogamy (CNM) becoming increasingly popular, many clients ask us, “What is it?” and “How does it work?” “What exactly does it mean?” These are all great questions. In response, just like with any other kind of relationship, it depends on the people involved and how they handle themselves.
Body Culture Education
Anatomy lesson: The vagina and the vulva are not the same things. The vagina is the female genital organ inside the body from the cervix to the vulva. The vulva is the externally visible parts of the female genitals that include the inner and outer lips, the vagina, the urethra, the anus, and the clitoris.
Attraction Coaching Desire
Eyes are windows to the soul. We’re willing to bet we’re not the first ones to tell you this. The original instant messenger, with merely a flash of our eyes, we can send immediate communication about everything from interest to arousal, delight, disgust, and anger. Eye contact is an extremely potent, and often vulnerable, and
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