Sexual health and pleasure are an essential part of our physical, emotional and relational well being. Sex therapy helps individuals and couples work with a variety of concerns that can affect one's relationship to their own sexuality and sex life with another person.
Concerns addressed in sex therapy include:
- Low sexual desire
- Difficulty communication about sex and preferences
- Discrepant sexual desires and needs within a couple
- Pain during sex
- Gender Identity Questions
- Out of Control Sexual Behavior (a.k.a., Sexual Addiction) Porn misuse or sexual acting out behaviors
- Erectile dysfunction
- Sexual abuse and trauma
- Delayed or impaired orgasm or ejaculation concerns (premature or delayed ejaculation)
- Anxiety around sex, intimacy, and sexual situations
- Concerns over what is “normal”
- Interest in alternative sexual lifestyles, including BDSM, kink, poly/open relationships
Through working together you will:
- Connecting to your body • Achieve greater intimacy in relationships • Find body confidence
- Enhance intimacy and pleasure • Find/maintain intimate connection • Heal from sexual trauma and/or abuse
- Reigniting your passion and desire • Foster communication with partner(s) • Reconnect to your sexuality after trauma
- Find your sexual style • Deal with sexual discrepancy • Find relieve from pain associate with sex
- Explore gender & sexual identity • Fully embody sexuality • Discover your passion
If you are curious about exploring sex therapy and with it a new way forward, I invite you to contact me at your convenience. I work with heterosexual, gay, and lesbian couples and with cis, gender-queer and transgendered individuals.
I am currently in a professional sex therapy consultation group with Kamara McAndrews (kamaratherapy.com) as I'm pursuing AASECT Sex Therapy certification.