Sex Therapy

Sex therapy is a strategy for the improvement of sexual function and treatment of sexual dysfunction.

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Sex is deeply metaphoric to the relationship we have with ourselves and others. When we express ourselves sexually, we are almost always expressing a very deep part of ourselves. Sex is a complicated process. We have to be connected to our bodies, to our heads, and to another person all at the same time in the right amounts. All while our partner(s) are balancing the same complex tasks. Iā€™m currently in the process of becoming a Certified Sex Therapist to better support couples.

— Courageous Couples Counseling, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Santa Rosa, CA

I am currently working on my sex therapy certification with the Sexual Health Alliance in order to eventually become a Certified Sex Therapist with AASECT.

— Callie Seymour, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in Austin, TX
 

Sex therapy can be an individual or couples endeavor and focuses on difficulties centered on sexuality and relationships. Views on sexual behavior can be as varied as our family, educational, and social experiences, and as a result, we can feel shamed, embarrassed, and confused regarding our sexual desires and interests. I strive to normalize a wide range of sexuality while assisting individuals in managing performance, communication, and anxiety due to misinformation.

— Leigha Ward, Clinical Psychologist in West Lake Hills, TX

I am an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist with over 150 hours of sexual health / sexuality education, 50+ hours of sex therapy specific supervision, and specialized sex therapy training. Certified Sex therapists are first trained as general licensed psychotherapists (marriage and family therapists, social workers, etc.) and then trained as sex therapists.

— Katie Bloomquist, Sex Therapist in Minneapolis, MN
 

Sex Therapy: is a specialized type of psychotherapy ā€” a general term for treating mental health problems by talking with a mental health professional. Through sex therapy, you can address concerns about sexual function, sexual feelings and intimacy, either in individual therapy or couples or family therapy. Sex Therapy is similar to other forms of talk therapy, with the exception that your therapist is well versed and trained to treat sexual issues.

— Susan Stork, Sex Therapist in Baltimore, MD

Morgan is currently an AASECT member, and received training to apply for certification as a Sex Therapist. Morgan believes everyone deserves to have a pleasurable experience sexually, and understands that struggling with a sexual difficulty can feel isolating. Morgan believes it is important to have a deeper comprehension of the psychology behind what is driving the sexual difficulty to help integrate tools to build confidence while also providing sexual empowerment.

— Morgan Dominguez, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York, NY
 

I am an AASECT certified sex therapist and certified supervisor of sex therapy. I completed my post-graduate training in Sexual Health/Sex Therapy at the University of Michigan. I am experienced in treating common sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction, painful sex, low desire, sex and porn addiction, orgasm difficulty, ejaculatory control problems and desire discrepancy in couples.

— Kimberly Jackson, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Philadelphia, PA

I am a certified AASECT sex therapist, which gives me the education and expertise in addressing all things related to sex. I can assist clients in navigating sexual disorders such as ED or vaginismus, or exploring various alternative lifestyles related to kink or ethical non-monogamy. In the context of relationships, we can discuss the importance of effective communication, consent, novelty and thinking outside of the box.

— Tammy 'Kaia' Bruski, Sex Therapist in Denver, CO
 

I enjoy working with individuals trying to reconnect with their body as the progress thru life.

— Lori-Ana Guillen, Clinical Social Worker in Milwaukee, WI

I'm sex positive and have a real knack for helping people with sexual shame. I have a lot of experience working with people who work in and/or utilize the sex industry.

— Stephanie Lang, Licensed Professional Counselor
 

I work in queer-affirming sex therapy, BDSM/Kink and sex therapy for survivors of sexual violence.

— Sarandon Gilbert, Associate Clinical Social Worker in Chino, CA

Sex Therapy: is a specialized type of psychotherapy ā€” a general term for treating mental health problems by talking with a mental health professional. Through sex therapy, you can address concerns about sexual function, sexual feelings and intimacy, either in individual therapy or couples or family therapy.Sex Therapy is similar to other forms of talk therapy, with the exception that your therapist is well versed and trained to treat sexual issues.

— Space Between Counseling Services, Counselor in Baltimore, MD
 

Re-ignite the spark and enhance the intimacy in your relationship with expert-led sex therapy. I provide a safe and confidential environment, where you can openly explore your sexual concerns and desires. Whether you're facing communication issues, low desire, performance anxiety, or any other sexual challenges, my evidence-based techniques and personalized approach aim to rekindle passion, improve communication, and foster a deeper connection with your partner or partners.

— Rebecca Pierce, Licensed Professional Counselor in Glen Mills, PA