It can be very unsettling and embarrassing to admit that you may have a sexual issue. You might feel that no one would be able understand or help. Whether it’s failure to achieve orgasm, low sexual desire/arousal difficulties or genital pain associated with sexual penetration, you may have been taught to ignore the pleasure you deserve and either power through or give up entirely. For many women, sex is an important aspect of who they are and sexual enjoyment may be key to a more fulfilling life. Don’t allow any “roadblocks” to get in the way of the life you want and deserve.
Some women have initially told me that they feel really strange discussing these most intimate details with someone they don’t really know. I totally understand this. If you are having difficulties communicating to your partner, with which you have an intimate relationship, how could you possibly discuss the details of wanting to achieve an orgasm with a total stranger? I can tell you that I have been doing sex therapy for a number of years and nothing surprises me. As a matter of fact, if you can allow yourself to build trust in our therapeutic relationship, you will benefit from both an astute clinical perspective and pleasant, personable experience . You will be treated with the utmost respect and dignity as we collaborate on the best course of action for you. We will take the time to explore your current experience as a whole person, not just a sexual being.
If you think you are ready to move forward, please reach out at your earliest convenience. The life you always wanted but never dreamed possible is a click or call away.