What is sex therapy?
Sex therapy is a specialized type of psychotherapy. Through sex therapy, you can address concerns about sexual function, sexual feelings and intimacy, gender or sexual orientation. Theresa is currently working towards certification as an AASECT Sex Therapist. She has also completed specialized training offered by the World Association for Transgender Health.
Sessions are all virtual and can occur with individuals and/or couples from 18 to 100!
*Prior to verbal interventions sometimes other neurobiological interventions such as Neuroptimal Neurofeedback, Safe and Sound Protocol or MUSE biofeedback can help set the stage for effective intervention.
Why Sex Therapy?
Sex therapy for couples may address:
Intimacy after infidelity
Intimacy after having children
Sexual dissatisfaction or sexless marriage
Sex and religious or cultural issues
Sex and chronic illness
Sex and infertility
Enhancing an individual or couples overall sexual wellbeing
Sex therapy for individuals may address:
Low or no desire
Inability to achieve orgasm
Healing from past abuse
Uncontrolled (premature) ejaculation
Out of control sexual behaviour
Inhibited (delayed) ejaculation
Sex therapy is not limited to these issues but these are some of the most common reasons a person or couple seeks treatment.