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Coral Proof-Primarily based App Brings Trauma-Knowledgeable Schooling to the Intercourse-Tech Market

THE ANGEL, April 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Coral sexual wellness app has released a new series of interactive content created in partnership with sexual trauma recovery specialist Dr. Holly Richmond, and are specifically tailored to meet the needs of sexual trauma survivors. The series offers evidence-based education and somatic techniques to help survivors regain bodily autonomy, sexual choice, and pleasure.

Members of the Coral Community can sign up for a trauma-related sex and sexuality series that will serve as a foundation for post-crisis recovery or as an additional resource for patients and therapists.

Sexual trauma has been consistently shown to increase the prevalence of depression and anxiety disorders, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder, decrease sexual satisfaction, and negatively affect relationship satisfaction. While research into sexual trauma recovery is substantial, there is a lack of resources for inclusive sexual wellbeing.

“In the US alone, 25% of men, 44% of women, and 47% of trans- and non-binary people experience sexual violence or assault in their lifetime,” said somatic psychologist, certified sex therapist and licensed marriage and family therapist Dr. Richmond. “As a practitioner, I am excited about the potential of Coral’s series to heal sexual trauma in a thoughtful and timely manner.”

Launched in 2019, Coral is a leader in the sexual wellness market and the only interactive sexual wellness app made for everyone. The new version expands Coral’s mission to enhance his community’s lived sexual experiences, including restoring sexual trauma, with sensitivity and expertise.

“Coral exists to fill the void created not only by a lack of sex education, but also through open dialogue about sex,” said Isharna Walsh, founder and CEO of Coral. “There aren’t many resources for sexual trauma survivors looking to reconnect with their sexuality beyond therapy, which may be prohibitive for many. It is important that we respond to the real needs of our community, and that includes them Creating a safe, safe, and trustworthy place for survivors to heal. “

Coral is available in the app and Google Play stores.

About coral

Coral is the leading sexual self improvement app for all people. Its innovative, integrative multimedia content combines the best of scientific research and evidence-based therapeutic practices, and has helped more than 250,000 users create their best intimate lives.

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