What is sex therapy?
Wondering if you need sex therapy? You have come to the right place. Almost everybody has some concerns about sexual issues.
Am I "normal?"
Am I having too much sex or not enough sex or the right kind of sex?
Why do my partner and I fight about sex or not have sex at all?
I have had unpleasant sexual experiences in the past and I need help.
Our therapists are AASECT Certified Sex Therapists, which means we have extensive training in sex therapy and an in-depth understanding of many sexual problems. We also understand that the landscape of human sexuality is vast and includes polyamory, BDSM or kink, gender non-conformity, and transgender people. We doubt you have a problem we have not seen.
Here are some other concerns people have. Sex therapy may be useful-- either on your own or with your partner (or partners).
Is my penis normal?
Is my vulva/vagina normal?
Why can’t I get an erection, keep an erection, or have an orgasm?
Why can’t I get wet or have an orgasm while having sex?
Why does sex hurt?
Am I masturbating too much?
Is pornography hurting me, or hurting my partner?
Are my fantasies harmful?
My religion does not accept me – what should I do?
Can you help me with transitioning?
I was sexually harmed and need help.
Why do I need drugs to have sex?
My partner cajoles me, forces me, and threatens me to have sex.
What is sex all about and why does everyone make such a fuss about it?
How does my body work – no one ever told me!
I need help figuring out how to do sex with a disability.
I keep having affairs and I need help or think something is wrong with me.
Call us, and we will let you know if we think we can help!
Follow the link below to a very informative test of what is sexually exciting and sexually inhibiting designed by the Kinsey Institute.