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What does it cost to see a sex therapist?

What does it cost to see a sex therapist?

Seeing a sex therapist might cost you in money but I urge you to see it differently. In this blog, I speak into what money you may need to part with to gain your sexuality and how this is a sound investment in yourself. Before you tighten your purse strings about seeing someone privately, take some of the following into consideration…

What does a sex therapist do to help you?

What does a sex therapist do to help you?

Now that you’re pretty clear on why you’d need to see a sex therapist, let’s go into what a sex therapist actually does to help you. I mean, that’s the whole point, right? You have a problem and we are here to help you with it. And it’s a sensitive problem so us sex therapists need to treat it sensitively. Here in this post is how we do that and why we do what we do.

When do you need to see a sex therapist?

When do you need to see a sex therapist?

Just googling for a sex therapist is a big deal. You have come to this point of looking because you need help with your problems and if it’s causing you that much pain, you will probably benefit from seeing someone. There are other options like Google, books and courses but there are certain times where only a sex therapist will do if you are looking for certain outcomes and I’m here to tell you what those times are…

8 reasons you’re experiencing pain with sex (and how to fix them)

8 reasons you’re experiencing pain with sex (and how to fix them)

Both experiencing and anticipating pain can strip the possibility of sexual pleasure away quicker than anything else. I have come to learn so much about sexual pain and pain with sex through my clients and professional colleagues that I put together this post to let you know that you are not alone. Many of us are working tirelessly to help you feel your own version of what it is to be a woman. You are heard and we are here to help. This, is for you...

Busting myths about sex therapy

Busting myths about sex therapy

Today I wanted to talk to you about coming and seeing a sex therapist or a sexologist because I think there a few misconceptions lurking around about what it's actually like. I want you to know straight-up that you don't have to have a history of trauma or abuse, you don't have to come as a couple and what we really talk about in sessions.

WOMEN: Your sexual problems contain the antidote

WOMEN: Your sexual problems contain the antidote

Does your list of sex and intimacy problems sound something like this :
+it irritates me when I am touched/groped/grabbed and I am doing something completely non-sexual
+it annoys me when sex is initiated with certain words...