Sex Therapy

Professional Counseling for Professionals

Sexual relationships are notoriously complicated, and issues can go unaddressed for years because it can be difficult to talk about our sex lives with others. Do any of these common scenarios describe how you feel?

  • Are you feeling a sense of guilt or shame around your sexuality?
  • Have you been raped, molested, , or otherwise sexually abused?
  • Do you have a low libido and have trouble being aroused?
  • Do you think of yourself as sexy and desirable?
  • Are you so stressed you can’t find your own joy?
  • Are you uncomfortable in your own skin?
  • Has someone shamed you for your preferences, experiences, or body?
  • Do you feel impulsive or compulsive sexual behavior?
  • Do you have concerns about your sexual interest or orientation?
  • Does your sexual past haunt your current life?
  • Does your current relationship fall into the category of “sexless” (fewer than 10 times per year)?

Emotions, pleasure, and orgasm all play a role in creating a sense of sexual well-being. A fading sex drive may be one of the first “red flags” that show up as a warning for a reduced zest for life and self-love. By learning to love and accept yourself, you can open the door to rejuvenation of your life energy and passion for living.

Here are just a few of the possible benefits that can be gained from working with a trained professional therapist:

  • You can dig down deep to transform your guilt or shame
  • You can do this with or without a sexual partner
  • You can do this now whether you are in a relationship or not
  • The partners for this transformation are you and your own body

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