Jason’s primary area of specialisation has been human sexuality. Sex and intimacy appear to be central to that which gives us our greatest freedom and causes us our deepest frustrations. Jason has dedicated much of his time to understanding the obstacles to healthy expression of human sexuality. Whether this be due to abuse, struggles with physiological problems, enduring a breakdown in our relationship or the influence of an overly prudish upbringing. This is a sex positive practice that promotes sexual freedom; you could be a married couple needing help with your sex life, a single person struggling to find intimacy, in a relationship but caught up in secret and compulsive behaviours, of gay orientation and struggling to find your place in the world or a frustrated woman trapped in a man’s body – we are all on a journey of understanding our own sexuality.
"Perhaps it is more accurate to say I find something immoral in having unhappy, joyless sex. Life is hard, and comically short. There is a kind of moral imperative for us to take seriously one of the greatest joys about being human. To do otherwise is a form of squandering the unlikeliness of our own existence."– Marilyn Simon