Relationships are about connection. When we do not feel connected with our partners, the relationship can start to feel “off.”  Sex-positive therapy can address a wide range of concerns, such as arousal, genital function, lack of intimacy, sexual satisfaction, inhibitions, and differing levels of desire.

Relationship concerns involving sex can result in a cycle of shame and blame. We begin to tell ourselves stories about what is wrong, and these stories can increase the distance between partners and damage connection. The goal is to move through perceived sexual problems and realize your sexual potential.


  • Sexless & Low-Sex Relationships
  • Differences In Sexual Desire
  • Infidelity & Betrayal
  • Boring, Predictable Sex
  • Alternative Love Styles
  • BDSM, Kink & Fetish
  • LGBTQ Challenges
  • Emotional Disconnection, Anger, Resentment,
  • Fatigue, Stress, Depression, Anxiety,
  • Past Trauma
  • Low Confidence
  • Inhibitions