How does sex therapy work?

Think you could benefit from sex therapy, but not totally sure? Sex therapy tends to help with things like:

-Difficulty feeling "turned on"

-Struggling to sustain an erection

-Feeling sexual pain

-Embarrassment or shame about sexual fantasies

-Feeling like my sexual behavior is out of control

-My partner doesn't like sex,

-And so much more.

As a certified sex therapist, I understand that finding answers to sexual questions can be tough. That's why sex therapy is useful. First, I'll assess the scope of your sexual concerns using evidence-based sex therapy models. Second, we'll address any relationship concerns like communication that may be stopping you from having the sex you want. Finally, we'll work together to find the right intervention to create the change you want.

If you're not sure whether sex therapy is right for you, call for a free consultation at 512-329-5540.

Worried about confidentiality?

Some of my clients have very visible profiles. I take utmost care to uphold my clients' confidence. However, if you have special needs that require additional care to prevent exposure, please call me and I'll work with you to make special arrangements.

Are you concerned about your partner's or your own sexual behaviors? I help individuals and couples feel confident about sexual health and sexually healthy functioning. Contact me if you have questions about how I help people who experience sexual behaviors that feel out of control.


Frequently asked questions

+ How does sex therapy help?

Sex therapy is intended to demystify the challenges that people face sexually. We'll address challenges like erectile dysfunction, sexual pain and low desire by connecting them to psychological, physical and emotional needs in order to turn challenges into possibilites. We do this by assessing all areas of your life that impact sexual health, identifying barriers to sexual pleasure and exploring sexual possibilities. Finally, I'll intervene using carefully crafted sex therapy techniques based on years of experience and research. After going through sex therapy, folks express gratitude for feeling free to express fantasies that they felt ashamed of. Others feel accepted for who they are sexually and don't feel compelled to be something they aren't. That's how sex therapy helps.

+ Do you work with all relationships?

I proudly offer services according to the ethical code of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists. As such, I do not discriminate my care based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, ability, religion, or otherwise. I welcome and affirm all couples and relationship structures including polyamorous relationships. I am a KINK and BDSM aware therapist.

The first step to making a change is making a call. Call 512-329-5540 for a free consultation.