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Sex Therapy

I provide sex therapy to individuals and people in relationship. My practice encourages people struggling with intimacy and sex to make changes that lead to fuller, happier relationships and connection to self and others. Sex therapy can be beneficial for those experiencing:


  • Discomfort or anxiety talking about sex

  • Recovery from experiences of non-consensual sex and sexual assault

  • Processing experiences of childhood or past sexual abuse

  • “Mismatched” desire or arousal in relationships

  • Life transitions and intimacy (marriage, children, work)

  • Exploring sexual orientation

  • Changing bodies and desire (menopause, gender transition, changes in ability)

  • Concerns with compulsive or obsessive sexual behaviors (porn, masturbation, etc)

  • Changing relationships and boundary setting/communication (open marriages, swinging, polyamory)

Sex therapy does not include sex: In sex therapy, we will be discussing sensitive topics, but sex therapy does not include nudity, client/therapist touching, or any other type of sexual exchange.


I am a professional member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors & Therapists (AASECT)

AASECT  Vision of Sexual Health

  • An affirmation of the fundamental value of sexuality as an inherent, essential, and beneficial dimension of being human.

  • The advancement of the highest standards of professional practice for educators, counselors and therapists.

  • The opposition of all psychological, social, cultural, legislative, and governmental forces that would restrict, curtail or interfere with the fundamental values of sexual health and sexual freedom that we espouse.

  • The opposition of all abuses of sexuality including, but not limited to, harassment, intimidation, coercion, prejudice, and the infringement of any individual's sexual and civil rights.

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