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Therapy to Guide You Towards a Healthy and Fulfilling Sexual Life

If you want a more satisfying and healthy sexual life,
therapy can help.

You deserve to have a pleasurable sex life where you can talk freely with your partner(s) about your sexual needs and desires without shame…and ultimately get your needs met.

Perhaps your sex life is unsatisfying or confusing.

Or, maybe you are exploring your sexuality and want to become more confident and aware of what your body wants and needs.

You may be coming out as a LGBTQI person and need assistance in navigating your relationship with family and friends.

Who can benefit from working with me?

As a sex positive, compassionate, and non-judgmental therapist I work with people of all genders, sexual orientations, and relationship structures (e.g. polyamorus and non-monogamous).

Sexual Health Leads to Over All Health

Unfortunately, society doesn’t teach you how to have healthy conversations around sexual health. You may have internalized messages that leave you feeling shame, guilt, and embarrassment about yourself as a sexual being.

If your sexual desires conflict with messages about who you are supposed to be attracted to and what we are supposed to enjoy, you might feel confused or that there is something ‘wrong’ with you.

As your therapist, I provide a safe space to explore your fears as well as conflicting thoughts, feelings, and beliefs you may have surrounding your sexuality and sex. I welcome all questions or concerns you may have.

Reasons My Therapy Clients Come to See me:

You Want to Be Happy and Healthy Sexually

  • A lack of sexual desire
  • Difficulty turning off unwanted thoughts during sex
  • Compulsive sexual thoughts or behavior
  • Problems with erection or lack of lubrication
  • Difficulty achieving orgasm
  • Anxieties about sexual performance
  • Current or past sexual abuse or assault
  • Discomfort with the use of pornography
  • Feeling uncomfortable or afraid of trying something new that your partner(s) want
  • Concerned your sexual fantasies are weird or abnormal
  • Unsure how to satisfy your sexual fantasies
  • A desire for more frequent sex, or a desire for less sex that your partner wants
  • You want a deeper, more satisfying emotional intimacy

You Want to Come Out to Family and Friends as a LGBTQI

Coming out as LGBTQI is a uniquely personal experience.

There is no right or wrong way to do so.

Through therapy, I can help empower, encourage, and support you through your unique process and help you decide the best way for you to tell people about your sexual orientation.

Depending on your needs, I can offer family or couple counseling sessions to help you navigate relationships with loved ones and any questions that may arise for them.

I am a Therapist with a Long History of Helping People Develop Positive Sexual Health

I am a sex positive and kink-aware therapist.

I have been providing counseling services for over 15 years. I have a great deal of experience, especially with those who are marginalized in our society.

I am a member of The American Association for Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (ASSECT) and study sexuality and relationships on an ongoing basis.

Ways you may benefit from working with me in therapy:

  • Accept and love yourself for who you are
  • Feel good about your sex life, sexual orientation or gender
  • Practice your erotic desires in healthy ways
  • Heal sexual wounds from abusive or unpleasant past experiences
  • Find constructive ways to deal with others who may not accept your sexual practices, sexual orientation, or gender

Whether straight, gay, lesbian, pansexual, non-binary, gender queer, or transgender, if you are struggling due to challenges in your sexual life, gender or sexual orientation, therapy can help.

You can feel better.

Contact me in my North Andover therapy office to book your first appointment.