Relationships & Sexual Pleasure

Meaningful relationships are central to the good life. Great relationships are built on love, trust, respect, commitment, and an understanding of healthy intimacy and attachment.

By reawakening the sense of wonder & love within one another, you can achieve greater happiness. Instead of feeling helpless, & unfulfilled, you & your partner can mutually take responsibility while respecting one another, to develop the sense of closeness and enduring bond that you want. Marriage and family therapy works to improve relationships between people and increase understanding of self, others, patterns, goals, and stages of development.

Sex is pleasure, self-expression, and procreation. Sex is energy. Sex is a way of connecting and showing love to another person. Sex is important whether you are a man, woman, single, young, senior, married, divorced, widowed, separated, ugly, beautiful, healthy, or well. Not only is it important for our health and well-being; it is necessary for the survival of the human race.

Our sexual desire is as strong as our desire to eat. Sex negative attitudes that bombard all of us have clashed with a normal natural desire stirring major confusion and causing sexual dysfunctions. Sex affects us on a personal cellular level and globally. Sex is a health issue.

Sex therapy never involves direct sexual experience in the therapist’s office. Sex therapy helps people explore and understand the origin of their sexual difficulties, provides specific knowledge about sexual function, and suggests methods to increase sexual satisfaction.

In a safe and non-judgmental environment, I provide psychotherapeutic services for Individuals, Couples, and Families. In addition to Individual and Marital therapy, I am a Board-certified Clinical Sexologist specializing in areas including but not limited to intimacy, sexuality, and relationship.

Therapy sessions are weekly and typically last from 50 to 90 minutes depending on the needs of the client or couple. The overall length of treatment depends on the severity of the sexual issue or trauma. The sessions involve talking and listening sexual education, and problem-solving.