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Meet Your Program Facilitators
Kelly Jones, LMFT
Licensed sex and relationship therapist and coach, Kelly Jones, trained as a sex therapist under Mou at Los Angeles Sex Therapy for several years. Kelly has a strong passion for sex therapy, coaching and education. She is the Lead Facilitator in the Pleasure Psychology Sexology Training & Certification program as well as the Clinical Supervisort at LAST.
Kelly loves the art of helping, healing and community.
When Kelly is not working as a sex therapist at LAST, running retreats or supporting her clients she is focused on creating community, supporting the students, coaches and team for Pleasure Psychology.
Wayne LeSane, CSRC
Certified sex and relationship coach and non monogamy coach, Wayne LeSane facilites coaching calls in the Pleasure Psychology Sexology Training & Certification program.
With over 20 years ife experience in ethcial and consensual non monogamy, he now brings his expertise to the professional intimacy & sex coaching realm. Wayne loves to work with the BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) community in supporting them with challenging open and opening up relationship situations.
Wayne runs a twice monthly Men's nonmonogamy support group, a place where men can discuss the issues that come up on their journey! He does hands on coaching as well.
Wayne co-runs coaching programs with his wife Melissa LeSane in Shades of Non Monogamy.
Jamie Azar, CSRC
Jamie Azar is a sex, relationship, and intimacy coach, educator, writer, and mindfulness practitioner. She specializes in dismantling limiting beliefs, deconstructing, and destigmatizing harmful narrative constructs, to help clients reframe and redefine their understandings of selfhood, sex, sexuality, and relationships. She also integrates somatic based therapy, breathing, relaxation, and focus techniques to further encourage the mind-body connection, and to help clients develop tools to regulate their nervous systems.
Caitlin is a writer, and creative, with a passion for sex-positivity, LGBTQIA advocacy, and mental health care.
Caitlin earned her bachelor’s degree in communications from Northwestern University, and now flexes those communication muscles by teaching medical students humanism skills, coaching athletes in functional fitness, and learning from and working with LAST to promote, amplify, and normalize the importance of sexual and mental health.
When you reach out to us Caitlin will make sure you are taken care of throughout your time at LAST & Pleasure Psycholgy.