One of Swoon Talent’s hidden gems is thirty-seven year old Kongit Farrell, a Los Angeles licensed marriage family and sex therapist. Kongit is a natural for non-fiction reality based programming and talk because she works with couples to repair and transform their marriages after painful infidelity, lack of sexual intimacy and turmoil from family problems sabotaging their relationships. Her private practice has large client base of single men and women who are struggling with dating and finding compatible partners. She’s been known to do some successful matchmaking and has been approached by production companies to work her magic!
Modern love and coupling is not easy so Kongit has jumped on the podcast craze spreading her knowledge beyond her practice. For two years she been hosting her own show called Stay Inspired which streams three times a month. Her listeners around the world tune in to learn about how to have healthy relationships, lasting love and satisfying sex. Some sexy show topics include, “10 Ways to Create Fireworks in Your Relationship”, “What Dominatrix Know About Men That Vanilla Women Don’t (But Should)”, “Is It Time To Let Go of a Relationship?”, “How to Know if You’re Ready for Marriage, “Laying the Foundation for Lasting Love” and “Mindful and Meditative Masturbation”.
Kongit earned her B.S. in Communications at the University of Southern California and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Her expertise and personality landed her a job in Washington, D.C. with Hilary Clinton in The Office of the First Lady of the United States.
She’s the founder of The Inspired Journey Counseling Center, a boutique therapy and coaching practice located in downtown Los Angeles dedicated to helping people achieve healthy lives, loving relationships and achieving the satisfying sex they deserve. She’s been quoted in Buzzfeed.com, Bustle.com and YourTango.com
Kongit has been happily married for ten years and she and her husband are expecting the arrival of their first baby. The two met on an online dating service and dated for two years before they got married. Committed to keeping their romance alive, each year they go on what they call a “honeymoon” at an exotic getaway.