You are not satisfied with what’s happening (or not happening) in your bedroom. You would like more sexual intimacy in your relationship with your partner but every time you ask for it, it blows up in your face.
You are struggling with performance anxiety or sexual pain and you’ve been avoiding having sex all together. Is low libido or a sexual dysfunction keeping you from enjoying your sex life?
I help motivated individuals and couples that have the desire to reclaim their sexuality, reignite the passion in their relationship, relax and be playful with each other again.
Here are some of the most common reasons why couples struggle with sexual intimacy:
- Because it’s normal! There is always a higher sexual desire partner and a lower sexual desire partner. When you want to have sex twice once a week and your partner wants it three or four times…guess what? You are the low desire partner.
- Tolerating the emotional intimacy that comes with making love is hard and can result to disconnection and lack of sexual desire or sexual dysfunction.
- Having a history of sexual trauma can have a negative impact on the way we experience and express our sexuality.
- Pornography and the media have created unrealistic expectations of what is considered “normal” or attractive and that leads to confusion and disappointment when you cannot have that in real life.
- Chronic illness and health issues as well as medications can affect the way our body functions sexually.
If you want to find new ways to connect sexually with your partner that will allow you to feel less anxious about performing, contact me today for a phone consultation.
I also offer sex therapy online for all clients that want to have the benefits of therapy without the commute.
Issues that I can help you address in sex therapy:
- Low sexual desire
- Desire discrepancy between partners
- Sexual pain
- Sex after childbirth
- Difficulty having an orgasm
- Performance anxiety
- Delayed ejaculation
- Premature ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Sexual difficulties because of a medical condition/medication
- Disability and changes in sex life
In our work together, I will use scientific and empirical information to teach you about facts from the latest research in the field of sexual health and we will debunk sexual myths and unhelpful expectations that get in the way of your optimal sexual functioning.
Sessions are strictly instructive and verbal. I might suggest exercises for you to do by yourself or with your partner, but I will never make to do so as part of therapy.
Contact me today and start getting relief from all that anxiety and frustration that has been plaguing your sex life.