Sex Therapy

Sex is an important aspect of most peoples’ lives. However, it also can be one of the most complicated aspects of our lives as well. It’s something that is quite difficult to talk about. For some, it’s complicated to figure out exactly what it is that is wanted or desired. Whether you’re looking to add a spark to your sex life, you’re struggling with talking with your partner about a sexual problem, or you’re dealing with frustration surrounding sex, sex therapy an help.

Sex therapy can help you with the following:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Lack of sexual desire
  • Painful intercourse
  • Sexual addiction
  • Problems communicating about sex in your relationship
  • Premature or delayed ejaculation
  • Avoidance of sex
  • Issues with sexual orientation or gender identity


Problems relating to sex are often shameful to discuss, but they don’t have to be.

Sexual issues such as erectile dysfunction, pain with intercourse, and premature ejaculation can be extremely intimidating to talk about. These problems are a lot more common than you might think. Although it’s not easy to talk about these topics, talking with a sex therapist can help you gain a better understanding of these issues. With this knowledge, you can work on specific techniques and strategies that can help you make sex something that you enjoy and feel more confident with.

Many experience a great deal of shame relating to problems that they have with pain with sexual intercourse. This is something that gay men frequently contend with in their relationships. However, many women and even heterosexual men can deal with this as well. It is not normal have pain with sex. It’s also not your fault. With the help of a sex therapist, you can enjoy pain-free sex in a way that you might not have felt possible.

Don’t give up on your sex-life. Get help instead.

You might be in a relationship with someone who has low sexual desire, your sexual relationship might have lost its spark, or maybe it never had it to begin with. Through participating in sex therapy, you can effectively talk with your partner in a way that can make sex something that you’ve hoped it could be. Sex therapy can also help you determine what has led to low libido or low sexual desire. Whether this is something that happened to you later in your life, or this is something that you’ve always dealt with.

Sexual orientation and issues with gender identity can be very difficult to sort through.

Whether you’re dealing with issues relating to questioning your sexual orientation or gender identity, this can be a very challenging time. We provide therapy services that are LGBT-affirming. Whether you’re in a relationship and trying to figure out what your next steps are, or you’re single and sorting this out, we can help. With our support, we’ll help you navigate through this in a way that doesn’t push you to change something that is part of you. You’ll be able to take steps towards self-acceptance that help you to build your self-esteem, rather than promote shame.

Contact us today to start your journey.

Sex Therapy May 9, 2015