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Sex therapy can support you with the following:

Sexual Wellness

  • Anxiety about sexual functioning

  • Arousal and/or desire difficulties

  • Changes in sexual functioning due to physical illness and/or disability

  • Difficulty achieving orgasm (Anorgasmia)

  • Difficulty achieving or maintaining erection

  • Pregnancy, postpartum, infertility 

  • Premature Ejaculation (PE)

  • Questions or concerns about sexual health and functioning (desire, arousal, orgasm, pain, lubrication, protection)

  • Debunking unhelpful myths about sexual functioning

  • Vaginal pain or discomfort — Dyspareunia, Vaginismus, Genito-Pelvic Pain/ Penetration Disorder (GPPPD)

Kink | BDSM

  • Gaining clarity around sexual interests or types of sensation or power dynamics that would be most satisfying

  • Being able to clearly express preferences and hard limits when planning a scene with partner/s

  • Identifying signs of a healthy vs. unhealthy BDSM relationship 

  • Vanilla and kink conflicts between partners

  • Overcoming fear of others discovering BDSM identity or interests

  • Exploring how cultural expectations influence how you feel about your kink

  • Worry of not being able to find partners with compatible BDSM desires/interests

  • Feelings of guilt and shame about accidentally hurting a partner or crossing a partner’s sexual boundaries

  • Difficulty sharing BDSM community space with a former partner after a breakup

  • ​Being supported in a  non-judgmental place where you can discuss your sexuality and other mental health issues without being stigmatized or having your kink pathologized


  • Exploring sexual identity, orientation, and expression— including asexuality

  • Cultivating sexual experiences that are gender-affirming

  • Becoming more present and attuned to your body when intimate

  • Confusion about what sex “should” be like vs. reality

  • Defining and broadening definitions of “sex”

  • Desire for more pleasure, satisfaction, intimacy, and/or emotional connection

  • Alleviating feelings of guilt, embarrassment, or shame related to sexual thoughts, desires, or behaviors.

  • Coping with distressing thoughts and feelings related to prior sexual experiences

  • Processing experiences of being fetishized for identity/ies

  • Overcoming performance anxiety


  • Boundaries, consent, and agreement with partner(s)

  • Desire discrepancy

  • Differences in sexual preferences

  • Changes in your sexual relationship

  • Feelings of rejection or resentment about your sexual relationship

  • Feeling stuck in sexual scripts, roles or expectations that no longer work for you or your relationship

  • Low to no sex in relationship

  • Unhelpful patterns of communication about sexual needs, preferences, and desires

Sex Therapy: Resources

Sex Education

I offer trauma-informed sex education services for adults, youth, & professionals about topics related to sexuality, gender, relationships, & trauma.

Sex education can occur privately, with a group of friends, or in larger settings like residential centers and community centers. 

Schedule a free consult, if you would like to hear curriculum options or have a specific topic in mind that you would like taught.

Sex Therapy: Welcome
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