What is Sex Therapy?

If you find yourself asking...

Where has the spark gone?

Can I stop using porn?

Why is it so difficult for me to get turned on?

Will I ever want to have sex again?

it might be time to go to see someone with training in sexual issues. Folks can go to a sex specialist to find ways to decrease conflict in their sex life,or help communication around sex, or just as a tool to strengthen the bond they have with their partner(s). 

It isn't just for couples either! Sex therapy can help individuals and families through improving communication and open discussions. 

I do not take a "one size fits all" approach, it is tailored to what you need and meet you where you are at. Sessions last anywhere between 53 and 90 minutes. During which time treatment is tailored to your specific needs, in an open, sex positive, and safe environment (in my office or virtually through my confidential online video service). I incorporate many different approaches depending on what you need, taking from Gottman, CBT, and Emotionally Focused Therapy.

I use and am an trained in WPATH standard of care for all transgender and non-binary folks.

I am open and affirming to sex workers and use the Sex Worker Affirmative Therapy Model

I am kink competent, and have experience working with a variety of power dynamics, relationship structures, and alternative sexual interests. 

I am a member of sex positive organizations American Association of Counselors, Educators, and Therapists and National Coalition for Sexual Freedom.

I have advanced training in sexual health and therapy through the Ohio Center for Relationship & Sexual Health. 

What can Sex Therapy Help?

Sex therapy can greatly improve your view of yourself and your partner(s), and it can cover a wide range of things such as:

  • Creating greater Emotional Intimacy

  • Gender Identity

  • Sexual Trauma and Abuse

  • Sexual disorders 

  • Sex Work

  • Relationship distress

  • Performance anxiety

  • Alternative Sexual Lifestyles

  • Acting out sexually (such as excessive porn use)

  • Erectile Difficulties

  • Sexual desire and libido

  • Depression, stress, anxiety, anger that impact your sex life

  • Boundaries

  • LGBT+ 

  • Transitioning

  • Kink

  • Integration of your mind and body

I have experience and also enjoy working with sex workers, sex offenders, and non-offending minor attracted individuals. 

 

Sex therapy can help you bring back that connection with those you love the most. Therapy can be the first step to getting your love life back. Schedule a free phone consultation or first session today.

Emergency & Crisis: I am not an emergency service provider nor do I provide on-call services. If you, or someone you care about, is in a mental health crisis or life threatening emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. If in Columbus Netcare Access provides 24/7 substance use and mental health crisis services at

614-276-CARE(2273)

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