What Sex Therapy Can Do for You
Many never address their sexual needs. As a result, their sexual frustration can damage their overall well-being. If you have a problem with your sexuality, you might feel defective and inadequate in other areas too.
Sexual problems are widespread. However, when people try to address their sexual challenges themselves, if they do not have professional support, they can find themselves getting stuck in their old patterns. Sexuality is complex, and the factors contributing to the development and persistence of our sexual problems can operate outside of our conscious awareness.
In my experience as a clinical psychologist who practices sex therapy, some sexual problems may get resolved quickly, but some challenges might take longer. However that may be, there is always a solution. You don’t need to suffer in secret!
Common reasons for trying sex therapy include:
- Rapid ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Delayed ejaculation
- Painful intercourse (e.g., vaginismus or vulvodynia)
- Lack of desire
- Mismatched libido
- Inability of orgasm
- Seeking recovery from sexual trauma
- Sexual preferences that are not mainstream
My Approach to Sex Therapy
I have extensive training in sex therapy and broad experience in the psychology of human sexuality. My approach is curious and non-judgmental. I use proven interventions based on solution-focused therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
I work with clients who have a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues, so I personalize my approach to address my client’s specific goals. I believe that every individual’s journey is unique, but over the course of my career, I have worked with a wide range of sexual challenges and I have most likely supported someone who had similar issues to yours.
My style of sex therapy is active and engaged, and my goal is to create a safe environment for you to examine your thoughts and feelings and become authentic in all areas of your life.