What kinds of things can be addressed in sex therapy?

I work with individuals and people in relationships on a variety of issues and concerns, many of which are listed below:

  • Painful intercourse
  • Orgasm concerns
  • Loss of interest/libido
  • Sex education
  • Premarital counseling
  • Anxiety
  • Body Image
  • Spirituality and sex
  • Kink/BDSM
  • Non-monogamy
  • Gender identity/gender care
  • Performance concerns
  • Discrepancies in sexual desire
  • Communication
  • Sexual behavior that is experienced as problematic / conflicting / compulsive.
  • Sexual trauma
  • Relationship / Couples Counseling
  • Self-care

A simple yet important disclaimer

My sex therapy services do not ever involve physical contact in any way, shape, or form within the therapeutic context or outside the office setting. I reserve the right to terminate therapy at any time if I feel that professional and/or personal boundaries are not being respected.

Women’s Sexuality

  • Sex education
  • Intimacy enhancement
  • Concerns with libido
  • Difficulty experiencing orgasm
  • Sexual abuse history
  • Difficult sexual experiences
  • Body image enhancement
  • Painful intercourse (Dyspareunia, Vaginismus, Vulvodynia, and Vulvar Vestibulitis)
  • Sex during and after pregnancy
  • Out-of control sexual behavior


  • Intimacy education
  • Libido discrepancies
  • Intimacy enhancement
  • Techniques
  • Toys
  • Mindful sex
  • Information and resources
  • Sex during infertility
  • Sex during and after pregnancy
  • Non-monogamy


  • Lesbian and gay concerns
  • Gender identity/gender care
  • Bisexuality and sexual fluidity concerns
  • Intersex condition care
  • Asexuality concerns

Men’s Sexuality

  • Sex education
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Early/premature ejaculation
  • Delayed ejaculation
  • Sexual pain
  • Sexual abuse history
  • Performance anxiety
  • Out-of-control sexual behavior