Robyn Vogel, MA, LMHC is a psychotherapist, certified sex coach sex educator, and creator of Come Back To Love, Inc® . Robyn marries traditional psychological principles with spiritual tantric philosophy and practice. She teaches couples and individuals how to master the skills of intimacy and come back to love. Those that are struggling in relationship, feeling lost around love, and deeply craving purposeful and passionate connection gain much insight and healing in their work with Robyn. For 15 years she’s been teaching and practicing tantra as a foundational meditation practice that grounds her clients from within, removes obstacles to loving deeply and teaches all aspects of healthy sustainable relationship.
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Robyn took an interest in sexuality at a young age, checking out and studying library books on what most kids (and adults, for that matter) considered a taboo subject. Her willingness and natural curiosity to explore sex, intimacy and how couples relate to each other has given her a real tenderness and understanding of the struggles they experience. It is only through understanding and addressing these issues that an outstanding and deeply connected relationship can emerge in all areas—great conversation, fun recreational time with each other, a bedroom full of sparks, romance, pleasure and so much more.
Not much has changed since Robyn’s childhood in American culture’s avoidance of sexual discussions, which continue to be permeated with blushing and uncomfortable fidgeting when the topic comes up. Fortunately, not much has changed with Robyn either as she fearlessly tackles this crucial topic both respectfully and naturally.
Robyn brings joy, wisdom, humor and warmth to support others on their own healing journeys. Robyn is a regular featured contributor for Digital Romance, Inc and Self Growth. TV appearances include Sex for Her Health and Happiness.
Robyn facilitates a bi-monthly tantra workshop in the Boston area, leads weekend retreats and tantra vacations in tropical places. In 2015, she co-led Helping Couples Connect, a clinical course for therapists with Charlie Verge and has recently been recognized as an expert in her field by the Boston Globe. She is also the author of upcoming book: The 7 Steps to Coming Back To Love.