Sex Therapy for Women Los Angeles CA
Seeking out therapy, let alone sex therapy isn’t always easy. You might even be feeling anxious or shameful that you are having ‘issues.’ If so, let me put your mind at ease. Many of my clients felt just like you do right now, but making the decision to seek help, knowledge, and understanding is actually the first step to feeling empowered in your life and in your relationships.
Safe, Confidential, and Effective Sex Therapy for Women
I take great pride in providing a safe, judgement-free, and helpful environment where you can feel open and free to discuss your concerns surrounding sex, sexual identity, intimacy, and relationships. Speaking to a trained professional who can help you understand the mental, emotional, and physical factors contributing to your sexual struggles can be one of the best ways to resolve your concerns.
Sex therapy is designed to help overcome negative feelings such as:
+ Loneliness or isolation
+ Sense of Defectiveness
+ Lack of confidence
+ Grief or loss
While experiences and emotions may be similar, no two women are alike, therefore, the methods for resolving them can differ. That is why it is important to speak with a licensed professional and to remember that you do not have to be alone on the journey to sexual wellness. Let’s talk!
Sessions can also include discussions regarding anxiety, depression, addiction, and challenging relationships that impact your daily life. As a licensed therapist with extensive experience in helping women with concerns related to sex, I empathize with your needs and provide a safe and confidential space to explore other elements that might be affecting your love life such as cultural, familial, and religious influences.
Some common concerns that are addressed in sessions with my female clients include:
- Negative body image
- Sexual shame and anxiety
- Sexual abuse and trauma
- Low or high sexual desire
- Not being able to orgasm either alone or during intercourse
- Pain during sex
- Pelvic floor spasms (Vaginismus)
- Chronic pain around the vulvar area (Vulvodynia) or around the opening of the vagina (Vestibulodynia)
- STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections)
- Low self-esteem where sex is concerned
- Sexual identity questions
- Sexually anorexic or avoidant
- Relationship avoidant or preoccupied
- Compulsive about porn, love, romance, and sex
- Infidelity issues either with self or a partner
- Discomfort around kink, BDSM, fetish fantasy or play
It is my goal to help you live your daily life with a newfound confidence that comes with understanding your own sexual desires and how negative influences and old programming could be causing you unhappiness. I want to assure you that it is not necessary to continue living with these concerns and encourage you to reach out to me either by phone or online.
Live an authentic, connected, fulfilling life, in the bedroom and beyond!