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It Can Be Embarrassing to talk about sex. 
However you have options. 
In person - video sessions - phone sessions 
















Sometimes the thought of seeing a sex therapist can be scary and intimidating. After all, it's talking to another person about your sex life. One might feel embarrassed, ashamed, feel weird, or strange, and have guilty feelings...the negative feelings sometimes associated with sex therapy can feel overwhelming. Rest assured that your privacy is always a priority, just like any other type of therapy. Sex therapy is a safe place where you can talk about those intimidating, daunting, overwhelming things you can't talk to other people about. It is in a non-judgemental setting so you can feel comfortable talking about the uncomfortable stuff! 

Together with your therapist, you then work out coping mechanisms to help improve your responses in the future so that you can have a healthier sex life.

Initial Appointment/What to expect 

During your initial appointments, your therapist will either talk with just you or with you and your partner together. The therapist is there to guide and help you process your current challenge:

  • They are not there to take one person’s side or to help persuade anyone.

  • Start with therapist introduction and build rapport, trust and general "get to know you" stuff to make it easier to chat later when things get a little more serious

  • Couples will introduce themselves and talk about why seeking out counseling 

  • Discuss issues, questions, concerns each partner has and talk about their individual goal for therapy. 

  • Therapist and couple will discuss overall goals and address specific intimacy or sexual concerns

  • Assessment and history taking including relationship history, sexual history, individual history. 

  • There will probably be communication exercises, homework, talk about boundaries

  • We will of course, talk about sex and nothing is off the table 

Sex therapy can be tailored to address a wide variety of concerns and is suitable for anyone seeking to improve their sexual health and relationships.

Sex Therapy can help those who experience any of the following: 

  • couples wanting to improve sexual relationships

  • erectile dysfunction

  • lack of interest

  • sexual anxiety

  • sexual trauma

  • medical conditions

  • mental health issues

  • sexual education and sex questions

  • religious sex trauma

  • changes to sex drive due to aging

  • hormone changes its effects on sex life 

  • body image/lack of sexual confidence

  • premature ejaculation

  • low confidence

  • lack of response to sexual stimulus

  • inability to reach orgasm

  • excessive libido/low libido

  • inability to control sexual behavior

  • distressing sexual thoughts

  • unwanted sexual fetishes

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