Frequently Asked Questions
Sex therapy is helpful for treating:
- Painful sex (whether there is a known physiological cause or not)
- Erectile dysfunction
- Premature ejaculation
- Difficulty having an orgasm
- Difficulty with sexual intimacy after infidelity
- Changes in sexual desire or functioning while dealing with infertility
- Problems with sexual desire
- Low sexual confidence
Sex therapy is similar to any other form of talk therapy — there is no touching. But I work to create a comfortable atmosphere for you to discuss the topic of your own sexuality and any difficulties you’re facing there.
I’m happy to work with individuals or couples. If you’re currently partnered with someone who’s willing to come in, I do lean toward working with a couple together; but if there’s a reason you prefer to come in alone, that’s fine, too — let’s talk about it!
I’ve received extensive post-graduate training in sex therapy. This includes not just a knowledge base on the topic of sexuality, diversity of sexual expression, and sexual dysfunction, but also specific training in clinical interventions for couples and individuals who present with sexual concerns.