Sex Therapy is a unique sub-set of psychotherapy (talk therapy) that focuses on sexual concerns. Working in a safe, comfortable and confidential atmosphere, I assess and treat any concerns you might have about sexual health and intimacy including common or diverse sexual practices; sexual dysfunction or performance; desire, arousal or orgasmic disorders; genito-pelvic pain disorders; sexual intimacy after illness or surgery, aging and sexuality; discordance with partner’s sexual expression; gender/sexual orientation and identity; infidelity; problematic pornography use; or sexual abuse. Because I believe that sexual addiction or compulsive sexual behavior is best treated as an addiction, I refer out for this disorder. I can provide you with an initial assessment to determine that you have a sexual addiction and then would be happy to provide you with a list of trusted professionals and facilities for treatment.
I am a Sex Therapist certified by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). Prior to receiving certification in Sex Therapy I became a licensed Mental Health professional and completed additional clinical training in reproductive anatomy, physiology, diversity of sexual behavior and response. I have been trained and supervised by experts in the field of sexual health and medicine. I will provide you with an in-depth assessment, diagnosis and treatment for improved sexual functioning and enjoyment. With this knowledge Certified Sex Therapists are available to work with individuals and couples with any sexual, intimacy or relationship concerns. We work in close collaboration and refer to medical and other health professionals as needed to provide you with a holistic and comprehensive approach to better sexual health and satisfaction.
If you would like to talk with me about any of your concerns or would like to learn more about Sex Therapy, please contact me today.
“Being sexually healthy means being able to enjoy a healthier body, a satisfying sexual life, positive relationships, and peace of mind.” National Coalition for Sexual Health