We provide

Sex Therapy

Counseling for Individuals and Couples

Sex therapy addresses emotional and sexual difficulties within a committed relationship. A trained sex therapist will work with you to help you move from simply “getting through” a sexual encounter with your partner to enjoying the intimacy of an authentic connection.

What is Sex Therapy?

Your sex life is a tangible representation of your emotional life. Sex therapy addresses emotional and sexual difficulties within a committed relationship. There is never any nudity or sexual touching during a session. The therapist utilizes therapeutic talk therapy methods to address underlying emotional, relational, biological, and physical issues which are impacting your relationship inside and outside the bedroom. 

During the course of sex therapy we address topics such as orgasmic difficulties, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, pain during intercourse, problems with desire, arousal and intimacy, and help you cultivate an ability to be emotionally and mentally present with yourself and your partner. Contact us for a Free Consultation to learn more about our approach and to gain hope for intimacy and connection in your sexual relationship.

Sex therapy can help you move from simply “getting through” a sexual encounter with your partner, to enjoying of an authentic connection.

The Course of Treatment

We first meet with the couple to gain an understanding of the primary concern and of how it is impacting your relationship. Next, we meet with each individual to conduct a thorough assessment of personal and relational history. Finally, we prescribe a specialized treatment plan to address your concerns. Together with you, we review the treatment plan after approximately 2 months of treatment to assess for progress and to ensure you are utilizing the tools and insights you are gaining from therapy in your relationship.

Typical Concerns

  • Erectile Disorder
  • Delayed Ejaculation
  • Orgasmic Difficulties
  • Painful Intercourse
  • Desire Discrepancy
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Body Image Concerns
  • Emotional Intimacy
  • Affair Recovery
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"Great sex comes from being emotionally naked with your partner and knowing that you are really seen and still wanted."
- Lana Banegas

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