Relationship & Couples Sex Therapy

When it comes to having a happy and healthy relationship, it's important to address certain issues that are causing you and your partner problems, especially when it comes to being intimate.

Being comfortable with your partner and having a healthy sex life is an important aspect of a loving relationship. If you're struggling with this aspect of your relationship, it may be time to see a sexologist.

When to see a sexologist and what to expect

The idea of seeing a clinical sexologist may feel a bit intimidating to couples. While some people may feel embarrassed or ashamed of their issues, others struggle to talk about sex at all. The good news is that sexologists are expertly trained to approach all couples with compassion, understanding, and a down-to-earth approach.

If your quality of life or emotional health has been affected by intimacy issues, it may be time to see a sexologist. Sex therapy isn't just reserved for couples struggling with a lack of intimacy. They're also for people who experience discomfort during sex, are embarrassed by their bodies, or have deeper personal issues getting in the way of pleasure. Sexologists specialize in various issues and can be a great tool to get your relationship and sexual mojo back on track.

When you first see a sexologist, they'll ask you questions to better understand your relationship, overall situation, and goals. They aren't there to judge, and they genuinely want to help improve your relationship with your partner or your own sexuality.

Depending on what you're comfortable with, you can choose to see a sexologist on your own or with your partner. Sometimes you can do a mixture of both! Depending on the issue being addressed, you may only require a sexologist for a short period of time. For more complex issues, you may feel comfortable having more sessions.

Sexologists appreciate that talking openly about sex can be uncomfortable for some people. They have the training needed to make you feel comfortable while learning more about you. It is just that—talking. Sex therapy does not include touching. It's all about learning to talk openly and freely about your sexual expression and sexual needs.

After attending your session, you may be assigned "homework." These are recommended activities given by a sex therapist to help improve a couple's relationship and reignite that spark. This might include improved communication strategies, experimentation, education, and more. Sex therapy isn't all about sex; it delves into deeper, personal issues to help couples feel comfortable and desirable with each other again.

Benefits of couples sex therapy

Instead of dealing with an ongoing issue when it comes to intimacy, couples' sex therapy is the outlet needed to finally address your problems. I offer relationship counseling and radical sexuality coaching, which can help you get back to the couple you once were while understanding your partner in a new and improved way.

Sex therapy involves self-acceptance and is tailored to build your self-esteem. Rooted in conflict resolution, sex therapy can dramatically improve your frequency of sex, quality of life, and overall relationship with your partner. We were meant to revel in pleasure, not suffer in silence!

Sex therapy allows you and your partner to gain a realistic understanding of sex as well as the root cause of underlying issues that may be getting in the way of passionate sex. Couples sex therapy addresses a wide range of problems, from a lost spark in the bedroom to difficulty getting or maintaining an erection. Nothing is off the table when it comes to sex therapy. It's a safe space for couples to find their way back to each other with the help of a trained, professional sexologist.

Get in touch

If you're looking for a clinical sexologist to help you and your partner, get in touch to find out how I can help. Visit the contact page to book a free 10 minute consultation today.

I love being a clinical sexologist but you might be wondering what exactly that is.  Am I right? 

For me, clinical sexology means that I got radical and studied sex from every angle so that I could create a practice that works for you.  


Hi there! I'm Dr. Lori, your sexology guide.

board certified NP & sex med specialist

AASECT Certified Sex Counselor

Advanced training in somatics, trauma, couples counseling

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