Hi Im Dieniz Costa. I am a queer afro-latina from the Bronx and Arecibo, Puerto Rico. I was raised in a conservative pentecostal home with my Grandparents who were pastors. On the flip side, whenever I came to the states, I was exposed to a more liberal lifestyle that my mother and aunt were living. Sex was a taboo yet it was a topic often discussed among my mother and aunt. I listened. I have always been hyper aware about my sexuality since I was exposed to sexual abuse and trauma from infancy and developed early in adolescence which led to lots of unwanted inappropriate attention from men. I knew it was a subject to pay attention to.

I went through many struggles with my sexuality- from fearing persecution for my sexual orientation to feeling dirty when showing too much skin due to shaming, I remember always feeling like I had to hide my sexuality. I even remember being caught masturbating once and the pounds of shame and guilt that I felt for months after the scoldings that persisted for weeks. My journey led me to rebel at the age of 15 and that is when my so called sex life began. My then boyfriend raped me, although I blamed myself for years. Once in college I began working at the health center as a peer educator and that was when I finally realized that I had been raped. Realizing this helped me decide to explore my sexual curiosity for women and challenge the beliefs that up until then were so deeply woven into my subconscious. I also had health issues that also challenged me and pushed me to look at sexuality beyond intercourse. I noticed how my body image was shifting, my libido, my cycle, it all was up in the air.

This sparked my desire to learn more and I was at the perfect institution to do so, Cornell University, a place where any student can study any subject. I devoted my life to learning all I could and it has become my life's work. I went on to pursue an MSW and work for organizations like Planned Parenthood, educating and mobilizing Latinx community around reproductive justice. While in the social justice movements, I realized that there wasn't a healthy balance of work and life in the field. Having been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, my illness made it clear that this wasn't sustainable and I founded Sexuality Power. Throughout the last 6 years, I have had the privilege of helping people change their lives and become happier, healthier humans.

Our sexuality is always with us, it an essential element of humanity. When we care for ourselves and honor our sexuality, express ourselves authentically via our sexuality and connect with others in pleasure, we are truly alive. We are truly embodying what it means to be human. Much of my work helps people heal from trauma and create a desire based life. I don't want people to have the life they were told they could have. I want them to connect to their true desires and co-create their life powerfully. This is Sexuality Power. There are always challenges in the pursuit of happiness and life. Entrepreneurship is not an exception and never a smooth ride. I learned early on when first starting a business at 17 years old and still need a reminder from time to time that to fail is to give up. Life is about the journey and enjoy the ride. I look for peace and joy in the downs too. I seek to understand the lessons being gifted to me. I keep a heart of gratitude even in the hardest of times. I have been homeless in pursuit of my dreams, it was worth it. I have lost friends, it was worth it. Even the most traumatic experiences have gifts. Find the gift! Sexuality Power is a concept, movement, force.

When I think of what we do in essence is 2 things- 1. We create safe space for people to feel into their true being. 2. We guide people on how to connect to, play with, harness and direct their sexual power and sexuality in such a way that they create the life they desire (while having tons of pleasure along the way). I specialize in using Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression®, PSYCH-K® in conjunction with holistic wellness and life coaching to support my clients in healing. Many of us are unaware of why we just can't surpass certain behaviors or why some areas of life just aren't flowing, the likelihood is there is a deeply rooted event in your life that has created a block, this block is literally blocking your greatness. My joy is helping you find the block and remove it, then like in gardening, get to planting the seeds of your desire.

One of the services that I also provide is touch therapy as a Certified Cuddlist. After years in practice, I found how much need there is for touch. We live in a sex crazed society that is touch deprived- people need to be held. For those needing to explore touch, meet their needs and figure out what boundaries look like around their bodies, a cuddling session is perfect. It is entirely non-sexual and therapeutic, after 20 minutes, clients are experiencing the benefits of oxytocin.I'm most proud of the lives we have helped. To get calls from folks that are happier than ever is amazing. To see their success is fulfillment to me.

What sets us apart is that we are inclusive of the LGBTQ community, Latinx community (servicios en espanol disponible) and offer services that only a few in the country are certified in. I am offering work that is pioneering for our times. Therapy that was years and years is out. I truly believe that healing doesn't need to be painful, hard or long and tedious. I offer alternatives for those who are just sick of the same old and want to feel deeply held, understood and guided.

Degrees and Credentials
  • Additional Credentials: Asylum Evaluation Training by Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights
  • Master of Social Work (MSW)
Specialties and Expertise
  • Sexual Abuse, LGBTQIA+, Religion/Spirituality, Trauma, Child Abuse, LGBTQIA Folks, Anxiety, Self-Esteem, Relationships, Depression
  • Latinx Immigrants, and Asylum Seekers, Bicultural - English and Intermediate Spanish spoken
Languages Spoken
  • English, Spanish
Therapist or Peer Support
Insurance Accepted


Preferred Gender Pronouns

(she/her/hers), (they/them/theirs)

Contact Details
  • (203) 868-0213
Accepted Payment Methods
  • Cash, Venmo, Paypal, Other