Sex Therapy

Yes, it might be awkward to talk about sex with a stranger in a therapy session. But without a therapist’s initiation, the sexual problem is usually not talked about in couples therapy. It is because couples find it extremely difficult to talk about sexual issues in a relationship. Partners often avoid being vulnerable with each other in the fear of being judged or rejected.

As a Board Certified Sex Therapist, my mission is to promote and nurture healthy sex life for everyone by helping clients with various types of sexual issues, such as sexuality, sexual dysfunction, compulsive sexual behaviors, sexual shame/guilt, fantasies and kinks.

I can create a safe space for you and your partner to explore sexual issues such as:

  • Low libido
  • Excessive libido
  • Inability to reach orgasm
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Lack of interest
  • Inability to control sexual behavior (addictive and compulsive behaviors)
  • Painful intercourse
  • Low confidence
  • Lack of response to sexual stimulus
  • Sexual intimacy after infidelity
  • Sexual intimacy after having children
  • A paraphilia, or desire that causes a person distress
  • Sex addictions and/or compulsive behavior
  • Difficulties achieving orgasm.
  • Distressing sexual thoughts
  • Sexual fetishes
  • Sexual traumas


You and your partner will learn:

  • How to relax and eliminate distractions
  • How to Increase or enhance sexual stimulation
  • How to communicate in a positive way what you would like
  • Nonsexual touching techniques
  • Minimizing pain during intercourse

Book A Couples Therapy Appointment

3685 Motor Ave #220
Los Angeles, CA 90034
3711 Long Beach Blvd
Long Beach CA 90807
(562) 353-5335

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