Across our lifespan, it’s completely normal to experience changes in sexual desire, whether in a relationship or as an individual. Sex therapy is a form of talk therapy that helps both individuals and couples address issues they may be facing around sex, intimacy, and sexuality.

Our empathetic counselors help those suffering from sexual difficulties or dysfunction that are not a result of a physical issue. Sex therapists address underlying mental and emotional challenges that may be getting in the way of enjoying a healthy and satisfying sex life.

Support for These Areas and More

  • Sexual dysfunction, such as difficulty maintaining arousal or inability to orgasm
  • Performance anxiety
  • Lack of sexual desire (Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder)
  • Feelings of guilt and shame for sexual dysfunction
  • Genito-Pelvic Pain or Penetration Disorder
  • Reclaiming sexuality after sexual assault and trauma 
  • Differences of sexual preferences between partners
  • Out of Control Sexual Behavior (OCBS)
  • Sex addiction 
  • Pornography addiction 
  • Kink & BDSM
  • Polyamory and Consensual Non-monogamy (CNM)

Meet our Counselors Specializing in Sex Therapy

Trained in empirically supported interventions – such as cognitive behavioral therapy, feminist theory, sensate focused therapy, polyvagal therapy, mindbody therapy, and mindfulness practices – our counselors provide a space where you can openly share without judgment.

Suggested Reading

  • The New Monogamy Agreement by Tami Nelson
  • Getting the Sex you Want by Tami Nelson
  • She Comes First by Ian Kerner
  • Becoming Clitorate by Lori Menz
  • Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
  • Pussy by Regina Thomashauer
  • Rekindling Desire by Barry McCarthy
  • Coping with Erectile Dysfunction (How to Regain Confidence and Enjoy Great Sex) by Michael Metz and Barry McCarthy