When a relationship is involved, the treatment of choice is usually a combination of couples therapy and Sex Therapy.
The goal of Sex Therapy is to improve your sexual functioning and your satisfaction.
Homework is often given to help between sessions and a speed up the therapy process. Assignments might include therapeutic exercises and practices, written worksheets or journal entries, specific reading or videos that may include appropriate sex educational materials.
Sex therapists may also work with other professionals, practitioners, and specialists to create a whole person approach to your sexual health.
Some reasons to seek out Sex Therapy include:
- Trouble communicating about sexual needs
- Improving intimate relationships
- Recovery from affairs, divorce, domestic violence, and other losses
- Release from sexual shame and guilt
Challenges throughout the lifespan:
- Adolescent sexuality challenges
- Infertility and sexuality
- Pregnancy and postpartum sexuality
- Sex and midlife crisis
- Sexuality during menopause and aging
- Sexual challenges due to disability or disease
- Sexual orientation or gender challenges
- Creating positive sexual relationships
- Communication enhancement
- Better intimacy
- Sex education (See Sex Education on my Services Page)
- Low or no sexual desire
- Difficulty with arousal
- Orgasm challenges
- Sexual anxieties
- Sex related pain
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