Renee Morton

She/Her Executive Assistant and Care Coordinator

As Care Coordinator for the PNW Sex Therapy Collective, my goal is to provide you with a warm welcome into our space and seamlessly connect you with your best therapeutic fit. As a current student working towards my master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in sex therapy, I deeply believe in the mission and values of the PNW Sex Therapy Collective. The members of this team inspire me daily to pursue this career, and I am excited to be a part of this growing company. I look forward to welcoming you as a client! You’re welcome to reach out to me directly at or fill out a contact form below for any additional information.

What You Can Expect

You can expect timely and considerate responses to all submissions regardless of content.

If you are a potential client, I am here to assist you in finding your best therapeutic match and answer all questions you may have about the process of becoming a client and receiving our care.

If you are a potential team member, I am here to provide you with information regarding our team values, culture, standards, and expectations. I will also connect you to our co-founders and guide you through the interview process.

If you are a potential educator/presenter, I am your point of contact for all planning. I will help you schedule, organize, and market your event on all social platforms. Check out our Instagram and Facebook @pnwsextherapy.

You are welcome to call or email (the fastest form of communication) me with any questions regarding scheduling, current and future availability, internships, insurance information, local/national resources, and attending or hosting workshops and events.

My Story

I was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, and moved to Seattle 9 years ago when I began college. The PNW is all I’ve ever known, and I love it that way. During school, I received a degree in Music and pursued a career as a piano teacher and performer. The sweetest and most humbling experiences of my life blossomed from my years working with children. I transitioned into therapy after working as a nanny for a family of psychologists for three years. That job propelled me to go back to school and join the PNWSTC team. While there is no piano in our office, and I don’t get to play as much hide-and-go-seek, I continue to wake up every day excited to go to work and am proud to participate in the mission and vision of our collective.


Piano, Singing, Art, Karaoke, Paddle boarding,

Books I Suggest


  • LGBTQ Clinical Treatment- PESI- January 2021
  • Multicultural Awareness and Diversity- PESI- January 2021
  • The Joy of Intimacy -ISEE- March 2021
  • How Do I Tell You? Sexual Communication Skills with Brian Gibney March 2021
  • Sex and Power: BDSM 101- ISEE, Pleasure: Everything You Need to Know- April 2021
  • Sex, and Culture at Sexual Attitude Reassessment-ISEE- May 2021
  • Core Concepts and Interventions in EFT with Rebecca Jorgensen, June 2021
  • Islam and Sexuality with Bina Bakhitiar -July 2021
  • Autism and Sexuality with Jack Duroc-Danner- October 2021
  • Autism and Sexuality with Jack Duroc-Danner- October 2021
  • Kink and BDSM with Sean Orpen-November 2021
  • The psychological impact of suppressing Kink Identity, Anne G Babin, January 2022
  • Gender Minority Stress and Resilience in Transgender and Nonbinary clients with Anne G. Babin- January 2022
  • Understanding Out Of Control Sexual Behavior with Marc Gilmartin -March 2022

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