Let’s be honest, it can be challenging to get into sex therapy if you haven’t experience challenges yourself. I get it.
People think good sex comes naturally, but it won’t because none of us are mind readers. Sex starts with communicating outside of the bedroom.
Individual & Couples Therapy
Challenges in ones sex life often indicate relationship issues in other areas of life. After all, it’s hard to enjoy each other in the bedroom if you’re not getting along elsewhere.
There is a lot of media and culture influencing our perception of sex and sexuality. Unfortunately, this can lead to miscommunication and fixation issues in our relationships.
To create a healthy sex life, it takes time and energy to learn about oneself and partner. Co-creating sexual experiences allows couples to find a mutually intimate space that’s enjoyable and meaningful. Through sex therapy, clients can expect guided investigation of factors affecting their sex life, explore new ways of communicating and connecting with each other, and receive coaching and education on practical exercises to build their sexual confidence.