Stephanie specializes in cognitive behavioral techniques to work at reducing anxiety relating to sexual issues. She specializes in working with individuals and couples to overcome a wide variety of sexual issues including: sexual desire discrepancies in relationships, compulsive sexual behaviors, erectile dysfunction, sexual aversion, sexual anxiety, and female sexual dysfunction. Stephanie also holds an advanced certificate in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy , while integrating a focus on sexual trauma and abuse . Stephanie has worked with adolescents dealing with issues relating to gender identity and sexuality , helping families with understanding and supporting the adolescent. Clients who are consensually non-monogamous, swinger, polyamorous, and/or kink are welcome.
Stephanie attended Widener University ’s nationally recognized dual degree Master’s program in social work and human sexuality. While there she received extensive training on integrating multi-dimensional treatment modalities, practicing cultural competency, and focusing on sex therapy techniques to work through complex sexuality issues . Stephanie is currently working on her doctorate at Widener University with a focus in sexuality counseling. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Rutgers University.