I offer Skype online therapy options to my patients locally and worldwide.
Give and Receive the Emotional and Sexual Intimacy You Want and DeserveIf you’re seeking a more sex-positive life, sex therapy is a good investment of your time,
Together, we can be successful if you’re willing to:
- Experience emotional and physical pleasure with yourself and/or a partner.
Step out of your comfort zone and talk honestly about your feelings,
- Overcome negative feelings (anxiety, guilt, embarrassment, shame) frequently associated with confronting sexual issues.
- Assume an open-minded attitude toward exploring and learning about new sexual ideas, behaviors and feelings.
- Communicate your responses to new learning with me and/or your partner.
- Make appointments and homework assignments a high priority.
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Traditional Sex TherapyI have assisted hundreds of women,
From a clinical perspective, I can help you address a broad spectrum of personal and relationship sexual issues and challenges, including:
- Issues related to sexual desire and dysfunctions
- Orgasmic and performance issues
- Compulsions and addictions
- LGBTQ orientations and relationships
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Low vs. High Sexual DesireI frequently help couples reconnect with one another after a significant decline in sexual desire,
In every sexual and emotional relationship, there is a High-Desire Partner (HDP) and a Low-Desire Partner (LDP). When the disparity between low and high desire becomes substantial, couples tend to withdraw from one another. Conflicts,
Here’s the good news: This painful emotional and sexual disconnect doesn’t need to become permanent. Motivated couples who have not had sex in months, years and even decades can achieve meaningful reconnection.
Once the complex causes and dynamics of diminished and elevated desire are addressed and understood, reconciliation and reconnection can occur organically. Through therapy, I can help both of you embrace an attitude of hope, forgiveness and acceptance of human imperfection. Healing and balance are achievable goals if you choose to seek help and take action.
Frankly, most licensed marriage counselors are not equipped to address the complex sexual and emotional challenges of resolving high and low sexual desire couples. Advanced levels of training and expertise are
Sex Addiction Recovery
- Do you find yourself increasingly drawn to viewing pornography?
- Would you rather watch pornography and masturbate than have sex with your partner?
- Do you secretly lead a “double life of intrigue and cover-up”?
Do you both love and hate your fantasies,
- When in “the zone,” does your heart race and breath shorten? Do your palms sweat, your feelings intensify and your mind… (well, let’s just ask, is your judgment impaired)?
Sex Addict BehaviorsIt’s not too difficult to determine if a healthy interest in sex has transitioned into a possible addiction. Typical activities and behaviors indicative of addiction are:
- Compulsive use of porn — with or without masturbation
- Anonymous online hookups
- Multiple affairs/infidelities
- Virtual sex, sexting, abusing social networking
- Frequent visits to adult bookstores, strip clubs, sensual massage practitioners
- Multiple unsuccessful attempts to moderate or stop inappropriate behavior
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Sex Addiction Recovery From a Woman’s PerspectiveLet’s face it — most sex addicts are male and most partners are female. Certainly not all, but most of the collateral damage of addiction is experienced by women and children.
Women may sense that their partner is disengaged from the family, disconnected from them emotionally and sexually, and somehow “troubled.” Feeling concerned and seeking answers, most addictions and infidelities are discovered by women searching through their partner’s emails,
- Do you suspect (or have you discovered) that your partner is having an affair?
- Did you “catch” your husband watching pornography and are you worried about your intimate relationship?
- Is your partner spending more and more time (and perhaps money) on the Internet, viewing pornography or actually participating in “virtual,” but very real, sexual activity?
While much of the attention is focused on the behavior and recovery of the “offender,” it is really the women and children who experience the greatest loss and psychological trauma. Betrayal of trust is the most hurtful dynamic and side effect of addiction for women, and it is a major focus of my practice.