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Sex and couples therapy addresses a myriad of problems including substance abuse, trauma, relational anxiety, individual anxiety, depression, differences in desire levels, sex addiction, infidelity, disabilities, illness, sexual identity, sexual orientation and who we love, gender identity, and more; even problems related to privilege. These are among the critical topics that, by and large, are missing from our national conversation.
AASECT Certified Sex Therapists are licensed mental health professionals, trained to provide in-depth psychotherapy, who have specialized in treating clients with sexual issues and concerns. In the absence of available licensure, they are certified, registered, or clinical members of a national psychotherapy organization. Sex therapists work with simple sexual concerns also, but in addition, where appropriate, are prepared to provide comprehensive and intensive psychotherapy over an extended period of time in more complex cases.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
Family / Marital
Solution-Focused Brief (SFBT)
helps individuals and couples reduce distress and manage and resolve sexual difficulties with performance anxiety, differences in desire levels, sexual dysfunction, sex addiction, alcohol and other drug use, pregnancy, disability, illness, and aging. Sex Therapy also helps individuals, couples, and families with any challenges that may arise regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
helps partners in relationships reduce distress and resolve conflicts with trust, communication, infidelity, money, parenting styles, division of labor in the home, improving relationship satisfaction and intimacy, sexual health, alcohol and other drug use, disability, illness, and aging. It also helps family members experiencing any challenges that may arise regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, monogamy and fidelity, polyamory, consensual non-monogamy, and ethical non-monogamy.
helps members within the family system reduce distress and resolve conflicts with communication, division of labor in the home, starting families, blending families, talking about money, improving relationship satisfaction, age-appropriate discussions about healthy sexuality, alcohol and other drug use, and how to manage problems related to disability, illness, and aging. It also helps family members experiencing any challenges that may arise regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
helps individuals cope with stressors, conflict, distress, anxiety, low mood, and depression related to sexual health or sexuality, such as any challenges that may arise regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.