Eric van der VoortSex Therapist, PsyD, CST
Kink-identified Psychologist & Certified Sex Therapist treating performance anxieties, desire discrepancies, and sex/porn "addiction."
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Having been in the field for over 30 years, I consider myself to be a seasoned generalist. I enjoy working with people presenting with a broad range of psychological concerns. Some of my areas of interest and specialty include Sexuality and Gender, Identity Development, Mindfulness, and Spirituality. My work is inclusive and queer-affirming. I enjoy working with relationship dynamics of all types, and my approach is interpersonal and depth oriented.