Sex Therapy may just be for you. Is your answer yes to any of the following questions/statements?
- Are you in a sexless marriage or relationship and it is causing you distress?
- Are you experiencing anxiety, fear, avoidance, pain and/or shame when it comes to sexual matters and it is causing distress?
- Are you experiencing very low desire for/or no pleasurable anticipation of sexual activity?
- Maybe you are experiencing a consistent lack of enjoyment and pleasure during sexual activity.
If your sexual problems relate to your relationship, then couples counseling is recommended especially if you are expressing a general relationship dissatisfaction. Verbalizing a lack of love/or caring by one or both partners. Avoiding communicating regarding sexual matters.
Making critical comments regarding your partner's lack of sexual responsiveness and/or making statements of low self-esteem by partner who perceives the sexual dysfunction of other partner to be his/her fault.
What are you waiting for?
Pick up the phone and make that appointment!
We are waiting for you at the New Breath Counseling Center, Inc. conveniently located in:
219 North Columbia Ave
Suite D, Remax Bldg.
Your counselor, Rachel R. Lloyd is an AASECT Board Certified Sex Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in Marriage/ Couple/ Relationship Counseling and sexual challenges that are causing you distress.
What Is Sex Therapy?
Sex therapy involves talking to a qualified sex counselor or sex therapist about sexual concerns.
Sex therapy is a specialized form of psychotherapy. It emphasizes understanding of the psychological and physical causes of sexual difficulties. Increasing information abut sexually enhancing intimate interactions, improving communication skills and improving sexual functioning.
What is involved in Sex Therapy?
Sex therapy is typically of brief duration if the sexual concerns are uncomplicated. However, longer therapy may be needed if medical factors or emotional issues, including relationship problems, complicate the picture.
Typically, Sex Therapy involves couple therapy because both partners are affected by sexual concerns. Homework is often given as an adjunct to therapy, because it helps people to work on their difficulties between sessions and it speeds up the therapy process. These assignments are commonly experiential exercises, written assignments, bibliotherapy (reading relevant books) or watching appropriate sex educational materials.
Talking about sex or sexual issues isn't comfortable for all clients. Rest assured that the counselor is trained to make this as comfortable and as easy a discussion as possible.
Gaining confidence in talking about sex can uncover and help to alleviate strains you may not have known existed with yourself or your partner.
Individual & Couple counseling for Adults (18 and over)
- Pre-Marital Counseling
- Marriage/Relationship Counseling
- Grief Counseling
- Stress Management
- Mild anxiety/depression
SEX THERAPY/SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS
Male Sexual Dysfunctions
- Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire
- Erectile Disorders
- Premature Ejaculation
- Delayed Ejaculations
Female Sexual Dysfunctions
- Absent/low Desire
- Inhibited Arousal
- Female Orgasmic
- Painful Intercourse : Genito-Pelvic-Pain/Penetration Disorder
- Breast Cancer/Sexuality
- Prostate Cancer/Sexuality
The Goal of Sex Therapy
The goal of Sex Therapy is to assist clients in resolving sexual problems and sexual dysfunctions so that they enjoy the pleasure and satisfaction of a healthy sexuality.
• Couple/Sex Therapy ( $130.00 per 50 min. session)
Pay per session, out of pocket. Usually not covered by insurance, check with your insurance.
• Pre-Marital Counseling for couples ($60.00 Per Session)
Total 6 sessions.
• Marriage /Relationship Counseling ($100.00 per 50 min. Session)
• Individual Counseling ($100.00) per 50min. Session
• Sliding Scale ( $60.00 per 50 min. session) Limited (hardship )