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Sex Therapy Specialties

I am here to support you in achieving your sexual goals, connect with your partner/s, and enjoy pleasurable and satisfying sex. I believe in personalized care that focuses on your unique sexual goals.

Low & Mismatched Desire

Low desire is one of the most common reasons people work with me. Low desire is often looked at as a medical and hormonal issue and not an issue of environment, context, messaging, and the sex-ed you never got growing up.

Performance Anxiety

Wanting sex to “be successful” can wreak havoc on actually enjoying sex. Maybe you’re concerned you won’t keep your erection or you’re really focused on making sure your partner has a good time or has an orgasm. We all want sex to be fun and feel pleasurable, but putting pressure on yourself for exactly what “success” looks like can end up making sex a lot less fun.

Communication

We hear it all the time “communication is everything,” but no one taught us how to communicate about sex. Even couples who talk about everything can struggle to get through conversations about sex. They can feel so difficult.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erections are one of the most misunderstood aspects of a sexual scenario. You can experience issues with your erections and significant stress related to erection worry at any age. Worry about keeping an erection can often, subconsciously or consciously, run the show for both partners.

Perimenopause & Menopause

Menopause is a neuroendocrine transition that is a normal biological phase for females. It is not the end of your SEX LIFE. By centering pleasure and contextual and responsive desire, we can focus on adopting new patterns that will help you continue to have and enjoy sex.

Postpartum

The post baby phase places parents squarely in survival mode. Lack of sleep and an increased focus on caring for the baby is about as unerotic as you can get. It can be difficult to transition into a headspace focused on pleasure when you have a million competing priorities.

Purity Culture & Religious Trauma

Purity culture and other religious trauma can continue to impact you as a sexual person long after you’ve deconstructed, deconverted or divested from those beliefs. It can feel frustrating to give yourself permission to want and desire sex, but then have no idea what you want and still not desire sex.

People With Disabilities

Disability can create challenges to energy levels, mobility, sensory processing, and the cognitive tasks related to having sex. Additionally, there is minimal sexual health education that is disability informed, often leaving people with disabilities feeling either asexualized or hypersexualized.

Sexual Trauma

Sexual trauma or unwanted and uncomfortable sexual experiences can continue to influence the sexual realm even after formal trauma processing or when you’re with a wonderful and safe partner. But you deserve to feel both safety and pleasure during sex.

Cancer & Illness

Cancer and other illnesses can impact sexual health in many ways. You might find your energy levels are different and it feels really difficult to get used to the changes you’re feeling in your body. These changes can make sex feel really awkward and you or your partner might avoid it all together.

Dating After Long Term Partnership

Divorce, Widowed, Break Up
Dating after a long term relationship ends can be very disorienting and stressful. You might feel anxiety about the uncertainty and still be grieving the loss of the previous relationship. Relationships offer a certain comfort in the sexual context that can feel really awkward with a new partner.

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