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Sex Therapy

Not sure if you could benefit from sex therapy? Sex therapists support individuals with many unique needs and presenting concerns, such as the following:

Sexual Functioning

  • Low sexual desire or "drive"

  • Painful intercourse (Dyspareunia) or pain associated with pelvic examinations

  • Pelvic pain disorders including Endometriosis and Vulvodynia, pelvic floor dysfunction

  • Sexual functioning issues including Vaginismus and Erectile Dysfunction

  • Difficulty/inability to experience orgasm

Sexual Experiencing

  • Low self-esteem or body image issues impacting sexual view of self

  • Performance anxiety related to sex

  • Sex and intimacy after sexual trauma

  • Sex and intimacy during life transitions such as pregnancy/postpartum, and menopause

  • Shame or guilt associated with experiencing pleasure

  • Out of Control Sexual Behaviours (OCSB)

Navigating Identity and Relational Concerns

  • Exploring gender identity and sexual orientation

  • 2SLGBTQIA+ related concerns

  • Kink, BDSM and fetishes

  • Ethical/Consensual Non-Monogamy

  • Processing and deconstructing unhealthy/harmful narratives around sex and sexuality and creating healthier and more empowering narratives

  • Desire discrepancies in relationship

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