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Sex Therapy and Professional Counseling for Individuals and Couples in Austin, TX .
You know you can't keep avoiding this problem. It has now started to affect your relationship and avoiding talking about it is clearly NOT helping!
You lie awake at night worried that if you don’t find a solution it could mean the loss of your relationship. You are tired of the frustration, the guilt, the blame, and the pressure.
Even though you don't think anybody else would get it, the truth is that there are many women, men and couples who face similar challenges in sex that they cannot overcome on their own:
If only you could just both get on the same page! If only things could flow again like they did at the beginning. If only you could find a way to bring the passion, the connection, the love and the sex back online.
The good news is that working with a sex therapist can help you to feel more confident, get out of your head, drop the performance anxiety, deepen the emotional connection, and stop feeling like you have to sacrifice yourself just to keep your partner happy.
If you are facing challenges with sex, intimacy, your sexuality, or reproductive health then I want you to know that you are absolutely NOT alone!
And, even more importantly there is nothing wrong with you or your body—you are NOT a problem to be solved and it is not your “fault” that things aren’t going the way you or your partner would like.
The very good news is that sex therapy and counseling can help individuals and couples like you who want to enjoy a fulfilling sex life if only you knew how to overcome the obstacles that seem to always be getting in your way.
Some common obstacles many individuals and couples face are:
Sex therapy is a specialty within the mental health field that is specifically focused on helping individuals and couples like you to overcome these common obstacles so that you can have the sex life you want without the sacrifice.
It is normal to feel a little bit awkward when you first
seek the help of a sex therapist. The fact that you are even here right
now reading this is the first step in finding a lasting solution to your
No matter the challenge you are facing in your intimate life right now, your very sense of who you are as a person is being deeply affected. Your relationship is also being deeply affected.
I am Morgan Susan Taylor, M.A., LPC and the founder of Pathway to Pleasure. I am a sex therapist in Austin, TX specializing in sex therapy and reproductive health for women. My specialty in women's sexuality uniquely equips me to work effectively not only with women but also with couples and men.
The Pathway to Pleasure Collective is dedicated to the education and empowerment of women, men, and couples in the area sexuality, reproductive health and personal healing.
We offer individual and group counseling, classes, workshops and events for individuals and couples who long to overcome the challenges they face in sex, intimacy, body image, pleasure, desire or any aspect of their sexuality that is negatively impacting their intimate relationship so that they can learn to be comfortable in her own skin, get out of their head, feel confident both in the bedroom and out, and preserve their intimate relationship without feeling like they have to sacrifice themselves to do so.
The work of a sex therapist isn't about teaching you trendy tricks or techniques or getting the latest sex advice that you can get for free on the cover of Cosmo magazine.
Sex therapy and counseling at Pathway to Pleasure is about a real education, real change, lasting healing, and getting on track to discover your very own unique Pathway to Pleasure.
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