Sex/Intimacy Issues

If you’re having trouble being intimate with your partner or finding your sex life unfulfilling, having a deeper understanding of the underlying issues will help. A qualified mental health professional will help you examine your needs, find ways to better develop intimacy and explore sexual fulfillment.

Local Experts in Sex/Intimacy Issues

Joanna Ford

Individual Therapy

It is essential — but sometimes difficult — to talk about those negative biological sexual changes during menopause and perimenopause. Testosterone and estrogen levels are decreasing at this time and can lead to a change in libido or discomfort during intercourse. People may have to ‘re-envision’ their sexuality because hormonal changes are always happening.

Anna Mayer

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

I practice body-based sex therapy (Concentric Sex Therapy), which supports your whole self to arrive with mindful, bodyful presence into your unique eroticism. This can be in the context of individual or couples therapy, and is a holistic, mind-body approach to your sexuality and sexual expression.

Dr. Chelsea Page

Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy

I have specific training in Sex and intimacy issues including my Doctorate in Human Sexuality and 6 years at The Intimacy Institute focused on sex and relationship concerns.

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