Dr Natasha Watson Mack, PhD 

Dr. Natasha Watson Mack has 20 years of human service experience as a domestic violence and sexual assault counselor working with men who have been physically, emotionally, sexually, psychologically and economically abusive to their partners, and as crisis intervention counselor at an agency for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Natasha does extensive work with teens in the area of sexual dating violence and safer sex practices. She served as Chief Operating Officer of a non-profit men’s program for 7 years. She currently serves as an administrator in child protective services supervising managers who work primarily with child survivors of sexual assault. Natasha's core expertise is in counseling, education, program management and operations.

She attended Lincoln University where she studied Human Services and earned a Masters degree. At Widener University she studied Human Sexuality earning her 2nd Masters degree. She also obtained her PhD at Widener University. Natasha has also established her own professional relationship and sexuality coaching, counseling, and educating business. She does individual sessions as well as groups, workshops, seminars and professional presentations. She created a series of seminars entitled “Developing Healthy Sexuality through Sisterhood” which were designed to empower women to live sex positive lives. In addition, she does sexual harassment trainings for private businesses and corporations.

At present, Natasha is a member of The Alliance of Black Social Workers, The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, The American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists, Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society in the Social Sciences, Gamma Eta Rho National Honor Society in Human Sexuality, Iota Iota Iota National Honor Society in Women’s and Gender Studies, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She brings a tremendous amount of insight to services, reflected in the success stories of the populations she serves.

Sex Coach

Teen Counselor

Violence Counselor


Sex Coach

Sex coaching empowers individuals to further develop their sexuality, confront and triumph over challenges and/or address sexual concerns in a short term, personalized setting. Men, women and couples alike can benefit from sex coaching. There are a variety of reasons why one might seek a sex coach. Issues with libido, various ejaculation issues, body image issues, difficulty with orgasm, affairs, or a desire to increase comfort level with dating or relationships in general are just a few reasons to work with a sex coach.

However it is not necessary to be experiencing some issue for sex coaching to be beneficial. Some seek sex coaching simply to increase their sexual knowledge, learn the anatomy and erogenous zones of their partner, and/or simply to improve their sexual skill level. Still others prefer sex coaching seminars or workshops to address issues or increase sexual knowledge or skills with the support of a group.

Sex coaching is different from therapy. It is work that focuses on the client’s current state of sexuality and moves toward future sexuality success. Sex coaching often leads to a feeling of empowerment, a demonstration of positive sexual power, increased comfort with personal sexuality, and overall quality of life improvement.

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The Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians (ABSC)
The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists
The Greater Philadelphia Professional Women's Society
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated


Pi Gamma Mu- International Honor Society in Social Sciences
Gama Eta Rho-National Honor Society in Human Sexuality
Lincoln University’s Academic Achievement Award
Iota Iota Iota National Honor Society in Gender Studies