Sex therapy is usually brief and focuses on sexual difficulties and looking at the context in which they are happening. When couples come in, they will be seen together and individually to obtain a thorough couple and individual history. From these meetings a treatment plan is outlined. In some cases it may be suggested that we work in conjunction with a family doctor, gynaecologist or urologist.

Sex Therapy offers a safe, private and non-judgemental place to explore and discuss concerns of a sexual nature. Sometimes the therapy involves some sexuality education and you may be directed to a website or an article or a book. You may also be given exercises to do at home.

How I can Help

• Low or no sexual desire
• Painful intercourse
• Orgasm difficulties
• Difficulties having or maintaining an erection
• Sexual dissatisfaction
• Rapid or delayed orgasm
• Sexual abuse
• Impact of aging on sexuality
• Impact of injury or illness on sexuality
• Sexual intimacy after an affair

Sensitive to your Relationship

• All sexual orientations
• LGBTQ issues and gender orientation
• Privacy
• Kink friendly and Queer positive
• Sensitive to and experienced working with non-traditional relationships including polyamory, swinging, open relationships and consensual non-monogamy.