SEX THERAPY FOR WOMEN
Women frequently experience feelings of anxiety, and discomfort accompanying sex. You deserve to experience desire, passion, arousal, and sexual satisfaction. If you haven’t had sex in months, are struggling to orgasm, or feel uncomfortable with your sexuality, it is time to seek help from a sex therapist. We will help you achieve your goals in a safe, comfortable, and confidential environment.FAQsContact
We help women overcome…
- Low sexual desire
- Painful intercourse (Vaginismus, Dyspareunia, Vulvodynia)
- Difficulty reaching orgasm
- Anxiety communicating about sex
- Adjusting to post-partum sexuality
- Sexual abuse and trauma
Did you know…
Only 30% of women are able to have orgasms through intercourse alone
79% women suffering from painful sex are college graduates/professionals
20% of women report having the potential for multiple orgasms
1 in 3 women report feeling low sexual desire
Due to shame and embarrassment, many women do not seek help
Can Sex Therapy for Women really help me?
Your sexuality changes with age, physical health, and personal experience. If your relationship and sex life are suffering, please know you are not alone. We are here to help you find the love and pleasure you deserve.
Does a sex therapist for women also provide couples counseling?
Not all sex therapists provide marriage counseling, but we specialize in both sex and couples therapy, making us the perfect choice for women looking to deepen their emotional and sexual connection.
I’ve never been to a counselor or talked to anyone about my problem before. How do I start?
You can start by sending us an e-mail to schedule a free 20-minute phone consultation. You can talk to a counselor about your concerns and decide if our services are the right fit for you. We know it is nerve-wracking an will help you through each step of the way.
What does Sex Therapy for Women treat?
Common issues addressed include: low sexual desire, painful sex, concerns regarding past sexual trauma, concerns about sexual interests or sexual orientation, trouble with reaching orgasm, and other sexual health issues.
What should I expect in my first sex therapy session?
Sex therapy is like traditional psychotherapy that, specifically, addresses physical or psychological concerns related to sexual health. Sex therapy is entirely talk therapy; there is no touching during sessions. During your first appointment, we will talk about your concerns and your goals for counseling. The therapist may give you and your partner tasks/exercises to perform outside of session on your own time.
Ready to talk? We’re ready to listen.
Reaching out to schedule a consultation can feel scary and nerve racking. We promise to answer all of your questions and guide you through the therapy process with compassion, understanding, and professionalism. We will respond to your message within 48 business hours.