How's the sex?
We've structured modern life around the idea that one big relationship should be everything: the place where you get acceptance and intimacy, friendship and love, spontaneity and mischief. Everything all rolled into one. And for so many, and maybe you too, it’s just not working.
If you’re feeling dissatisfied with your sexual life.
If you’re feeling hurt or betrayed by by your partner(s) or your body.
If you dread physical connection or touch or nudity.
If you experience fear or anxiety during sex, or even when just thinking about it.
If you feel anger or resentment in intimate moments with your partner(s).
If your body isn’t working the way you think it should.
If you don’t associate your intimate experiences with pleasure.
If you don’t know how to have an effective conversation about your sexual experiences with your partner(s).
If you’re experiencing one (or many) of these, sex and intimate relationship therapy can help you create better communications and intimacy in your sexual and romantic life.
Let’s be honest, relationships are complicated. We want too much, or expect too little, from our partner(s) and often WE don’t know exactly what we want, much less how to ask for it. Add in sex, and our societal taboos around discussing it, and you can get a big mess.
I’m committed to guiding individuals, couples, and partnerships to more pleasurable intimate experiences and lives. We’ll work together to create forward-thinking tools to help you speak clearly and sincerely around what you need to enjoy the intimate life you want.
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Themes addressed in sex and intimate relationship therapy:
- Pre-marital / Commitment Counseling
- Difficulty Maintaining Arousal
- Decreased Desire
- Rapid Ejaculation
- Sexual Addiction
- Intimacy after Parenthood
- Sexual Dissatisfaction
- Fear of Intimacy
- Survivor of Sexual Assault
- Survivor of Sexual Abuse
- Sexual Identity