Sex is something you can barely talk about with your best friend,
let alone your partner.
You’re so ashamed of how your body has changed as an adult,
that you don’t find yourself attractive.
Nor can you imagine how anyone else would find you attractive.
You could be struggling with having lost your desire for sex.
You might be having troubles orgasming or could be
experiencing pain during sex.
Maybe you have been avoiding sex because you have endured traumatic experience(s).
You suspect that the troubles of your past are adversely affecting your sexuality and
your connection with your partner.
Your mind never quits.
You can’t stop worrying about the thousand things you feel you have to do.
Maybe you have come to accept that maybe passion is something that you lost between meetings at work, the laundry and putting your kid to bed.
You’re so busy and always “ON” that having
sex has become another chore to cross off your to do list.
You always put yourself last to please others so youtalk yourself out of pleasure.
In therapy, I can help you experience sex to be more than a
performance in which the goal is to please your partner.
Sex can become an act of love and pleasure not only in the bedroom
but as means to experience yourself as fully alive.
“You don’t have to crawl through the desert for a thousand miles repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves”
– Mary Oliver, Poet
I will help you to learn to assert your wants and needs
not only in the bedroom but in your life.
In therapy with me, can help you to embrace, embody and celebrate
your body as a source of profound eroticism.
Working with me, you can learn to experience your sexuality in a way that it merges with every aspect of your life. Awakening you to a kind of eroticism that imbues your life with pleasure and confidence.
So that your natural state of being is feeling alive and
turned on all areas of your life.
Common Complaints I help with:
- Inability to orgasm
- Painful sex
- Sexual abuse
- Loss of interest in sex
- Inability to create boundaries in a relationship
- Out of control sexual behavior
- Sexual challenges after medical problems
- Dating support while trying to find a significant other
- Exploring and engaging in kink or supporting your BDSM kink lifestyle.
- Considering opening your primary relationship or supporting your poly relationships