Individuals seeking sex therapy may include those with:
- Low sexual desire
- Mismatched desires and needs within a couple
- Physical sexual pain
- Emotional sexual pain
- Erectile dysfunction
- Delayed or impaired orgasm or ejaculation concerns
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender queer, intersex, and asexual health or curiosity
- Sexual trauma
- Sexual shame
- Embarrassment and anxiety in regards to sexual situations
- Porn misuse, sexual acting out, and other problematic sexual behaviors
- Concerns over what is “normal”
- Interest in alternative sexual lifestyles, including BDSM/kink/poly/non-monogamy/furries
So, what kinds of things can we work on together?
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Through working together, you will:
- Discover the physical, mental and emotional factors contributing to your struggle and how you can overcome them
- Be supported in a safe, confidential environment
- Have the opportunity to transform your relationship to your sexuality and create a healthy, intimate sex life
Some individuals come to my practice after feeling pathologized or marginalized by other clinicians. Most clinicians are well-meaning but due to fear, misunderstanding, or lack of education may have difficulty discussing sex and pleasure in a candid, open manner, devoid of shame and judgment. In my office, you will feel supported around all of your sexual fears, concerns, desires, actions, and/or fantasies.