- Premature Ejaculation
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Performance Anxiety
- Anxiety with sexual activity
- Sex Addiction or Compulsive Sexual Behavior
- Aversion to sexual activity
- Unconsummated Marriage
- Differences in Desire
- Low Desire
- Infidelity/ Affairs
- Intimacy and Relationships
- Sexual Trauma and Sexual Abuse
- LGBT concerns
- Gender and sexual orientation concerns
- Dating concerns and pre-marital counseling
Our training in sex therapy is something that differentiates us from other psychotherapists. Some people come to see us with sexual issues as their primary complaint, but most are just happy to know they can discuss how their sexuality and sexual functioning have been affected by the other problems they face.
Much the same as other therapies, sex therapy is a much broader field that looks at the influence of psychological, emotional, relational, physical and sociological aspects of our lives on our sexuality and sexual functioning. Our sex lives are connected to everything that makes us who we are. Our early experiences in our families of origin, our perceptions and feelings about our bodies, our physical health and wellbeing, the cultural and religious communities in which we were raised, our personalities, and our intimate partnerships: all facets weave a tapestry that affects the way we live and experience our sexuality, and may have an impact on sexual concerns.
In this practice, behavioral interventions are only used in the context of this holistic approach. There is no sexual or physical contact involved in sex therapy; it is strictly a talk therapy.
It is extremely important to work together with medical providers so we can provide holistic services and help you resolve your issues.