Some of the issues for which people seek sex therapy are:
This therapy involves taking a sexual history, and completing a Sex History Questionnaire can be insightful for the client. It is all discussed openly and without judgment. This therapy is LGBTQ friendly, and welcomes non-binary individuals.
It is important that a person feel comfortable to ask questions about sex. “There is no such thing as a stupid question,” we have often heard, and it is especially true in this field.
The focus is on achieving the outcome that you would like to have. As a result, your wishes and goals guide this work significantly. It is important to address your concerns, and to attain the results that you want.
Relationships are a key factor in sexual functioning, and sometimes the therapy work starts there. After reducing the negativity, clients start to have conversations that are supportive & loving. And then the discussion is possible about sex.
I am a registered sex therapist with BESTCO, the Board of Examiners in Sex Therapy and Counselling in Ontario.
lack of sexual desire
sexual pain or discomfort
arousal & erectile difficulties
sexual identity & gender questions