Welcome to my world of pleasure and self-discovery. I'm Coby (she/her), a passionate queer, trauma-informed sexologist and artist based in the city of Naarm (Melbourne), Australia.I offer sexology sessions in-person in Essendon and online Australia-wide.

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A sexologist is a professional who specialises in the study of human sexuality. Sexologists are trained to provide education, guidance, and support to individuals, couples, and groups in various aspects of sexual health and well-being.Sexologists can assist with issues such as sexual dysfunction, sexual orientation and identity, communication in relationships, sexual pleasure, intimacy, sexual health concerns, and navigating sexual challenges or changes throughout the lifespan.Sexologists offer a non-judgmental and confidential space for clients to explore their concerns, goals, and desires, and work collaboratively to develop strategies for improving sexual satisfaction and overall quality of life.


What can I expect from a sexology session?
In a sexology session, you can expect a safe, confidential space to discuss any aspect of your sexuality. Sessions are non-judgmental and led by a trained sexologist who will listen to your concerns, provide information, guidance, and support as you explore your sexual health and well-being. You can guide the session on what topics you would like to discuss, and we will work together collaboratively.
What kind of topics can I discuss in a sexology session?
You can discuss a wide range of topics related to sexuality, including but not limited to sexual health, pleasure, desire, intimacy, sexual orientation, gender identity, relationships, sexual dysfunction, communication, and sexual education.
Is sexology only for individuals with sexual problems or concerns?
No, sexology is for anyone who wants to explore and improve their understanding of sexuality, enhance sexual well-being, and address any concerns or questions they may have about their sexual health or relationships.
How long does a sexology session last, and how many sessions will I need?
Session length and frequency can vary depending on your needs and preferences. Typically, sessions last around 50-60 minutes, and the number of sessions required will depend on the complexity of the issues being addressed and your goals for therapy.
Do you offer online sexology sessions?
Yes, I offer both in-person and online sexology sessions to accommodate your needs and preferences.
How do I book a sexology session?
You can book a sexology session by booking directly using the 'booking' page, or contacting me directly through the website contact form or email. I will then provide you with information on scheduling, fees, and any other necessary details.
Is sexology covered by health insurance or Medicare?
No, sexology sessions are not covered by health insurance or Medicare in Australia.
Is sexology suitable for couples?Yes, sexology can be beneficial for individuals as well as couples looking to improve their sexual relationships, address communication issues, explore new aspects of intimacy, or navigate challenges together. Couples sessions are available and tailored to meet the unique needs of each partnership.Is your clinic accessible?
Unfortunately, the clinic is not fully accessible: There is one flight of metal stairs at the front entrance of the clinic, and we do not have elevator access. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have specific accessibility needs or concerns, please feel free to contact us, and we will do our best to accommodate you or provide alternative arrangements.
Do you take NDIS clients?
Yes, I do take NDIS self-managed or plan-managed clients. Please email me or use the contact form before booking so I can gather all the information I need from you.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me through email or the contact form.


I specialise in workshops that cover a wide array of topics, including kink/BDSM exploration, pleasure enhancement techniques, navigating the world of sex toys, and comprehensive sex education.My workshops provide a safe and inclusive space for individuals, couples and groups to learn, grow, and explore their desires in a supportive environment. Whether you're curious about delving into the depths of BDSM dynamics, have a hens party looking for something unique, or simply looking to enhance your sexual pleasure, my workshops offer enjoyable guidance and practical techniques to help you embark on a journey of self-discovery and sexual fulfillment.

For more information about my workshops and price lists, please use the form on my contact me page

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which I work: the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people. I pay respects to First Nations elders past, and present, acknowledging sovereignty has never been ceded.

About Me

As a devoted artist and sexual advocate, my approach is both creative and compassionate.Providing a safe and trauma-informed space for you to explore your desires, embrace your identity, and cultivate a fulfilling sex life.I believe in the power of creativity to address and transform sexual challenges. Whether we're exploring kink and BDSM or addressing issues like erectile dysfunction, rapid ejaculation, painful sex, or mismatched libidos in couples, my approach ensures your unique journey is met with sensitivity and understanding.

How I work

I offer sexology sessions in-person at Integrated Sex and Relationship Therapy in Essendon (Victoria), or online Australia-wide. No referrals are required.In our sessions, you can expect a safe, confidential space where you are free to explore any and all aspects of your sexuality.I approach sexology with a non-judgmental, empathetic, and inclusive perspective, recognising the unique intersections of identity, culture, and personal experiences that shape each individual's sexual journey.I am here to listen, support, and provide guidance without bias or prejudice. Together, we will work collaboratively to address your concerns, empower you to make informed decisions, and foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of your sexual self.


•Pleasure-Centered Practices
•Kink/BDSM Exploration
•Polyamory Support
•Pleasure & Desire concerns
•LGBTIQA+ Inclusivity
•Disability Awareness and Inclusivity
•Sex Work Positivity
•Erectile Function Issues (ED)
•Rapid Ejaculation (PE)
•Painful Sex
•Mismatched Libidos in Couples
•Sexual Anxiety and Shame


Master of Sexology, Curtin UniversityGraduate Diploma of Psychological Science, Deakin UniversityBachelor of Photography (Fine art), Photography Studies College


Fundamentals of Kink - Affirmative CouchPolyamorous Clients in Therapy - Affirmative CouchFrom Gender Dysphoria to Gender Euphoria - Affirmative CouchNDIS Worker Orientation Module


My practice is designed to be accessible, respectful, and affirming for everyone, regardless of ability, gender identity, expression, sex worker or neurodivergent status.
Trans, gender-diverse, POC, queer, disabled, kinky, polyamorous, sex worker and neurodivergent communities are welcome and safe with me.

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which I work: the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people. I pay respects to First Nations elders past, and present, acknowledging sovereignty has never been ceded.


To contact me about sessions, workshops or collaborations please fill out a form below.Or email me at cobybakersexology@gmail.com

Thank you

If you have any questions or need further guidance, please feel free to reach out. Here's to your continued growth and fulfillment in every aspect of your sexuality. Thank you for being a part of this journey with me.

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which I work: the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people. I pay respects to First Nations elders past, and present, acknowledging sovereignty has never been ceded.


I have a keen interest in the diverse and enriching world of kink and BDSM. I firmly believe that engaging in consensual kink practices can enhance individuals' sex lives. By understanding and incorporating various kink elements, individuals and couples can explore their desires, boundaries, and fantasies in a safe and consensual manner.Together, we will delve into your interests, concerns, and fantasies, with a strong emphasis on communication, consent, and safety. Whether you're curious about integrating elements of kink into your sex life or seeking guidance on navigating the dynamics of BDSM relationships, I am here to provide support every step of the way.My aim is to empower you to authentically and responsibly embrace your sexuality.

During these sessions I can:•Facilitate open and non-judgemental discussions about desires, boundaries, and fantasies related to kink and BDSM.
•Provide education and information about various aspects of kink and BDSM practices, including safety protocols, communication techniques, and consent.
•Offer guidance on exploring and experimenting with different kinks and BDSM dynamics in a safe and consensual manner.
•Help you develop negotiation and communication skills for navigating BDSM relationships and scenes.
•Assist in addressing any concerns or challenges that may arise during the exploration of kink and BDSM, offering support and guidance throughout the process.
•Collaborate with you to create personalised strategies and plans for incorporating kink and BDSM into your sexual experiences and relationships.


Accessibility Information:My in-person sessions are conducted at Integrated Sex and Relationship Therapy located at 2/950 Mt Alexander Road, Essendon. Here's some important information about accessibility and what to expect during your visit:- Location and Parking: free 2 and 4 hour parking is available out the front and on nearby side streets. You will go down a cobblestone alleyway to get to the clinic- Accessibility: Please be aware that our office is accessible only via a flight of metal stairs, and unfortunately, there is no elevator. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.- Arrival and Waiting Area: Upon your arrival, you'll find two green chairs where you can wait comfortably. We also provide a bathroom and water with glasses for your convenience.- Session Start: When it's time for your session, I will personally come to collect you from the waiting area and guide you into the therapy space to begin our session.- Booking Information: To make a booking, you can easily email me at cobybakersexology@gmail.com or use the booking link or contact form on my website.- First Session Details: During our initial session, we'll discuss what brings you in and any specific concerns you may have. I'll also ask some questions about your sexual history and any medical conditions relevant to our work together. Additionally, we'll discuss your preferences regarding language and terminology related to sexuality, ensuring your comfort and respect. If there is anything you are uncomfortable with please let me know and I will adjust accordingly.- Online sessions:
When you book an online session with me, I'll send you a Zoom link. On the day of our appointment, you can join the waiting room on Zoom as early as you want. Once our scheduled time begins, I'll let you into the session.
If you booked an appointment to meet in person but want to change it to an online session, that's absolutely fine. Please let me know so I can set up a zoom link.