Please Note:

Office visits will resume July 1st. Until then all sessions will be conducted via tele-therapy (video conferencing) due to COVID-19Click here for more info about what to expect in a tele-therapy session. 

Tele-Therapy 

Tele-therapy increases access to sex therapy counseling services for those who may otherwise be unable to find help. 

For clients who are unable to come into the office for sessions, tele-therapy is a wonderful option!  Perhaps you live in a rural area and do not have access to mental health services. Or perhaps you are planing to be out of town for an extended period of time but don't want to miss your appointments. Now you don't have to! 

Tele-therapy sessions are done either over the phone or via a secure video conferencing platform.  If you have never tried tele-therapy before you will probably be quite surprised at how effective it is and how little difference there really is between a face to face session and one done virtually.  

Tele-therapy counseling services at Pathway to Pleasure are currently only available to residents of Texas only.  For those who live outside of the State of Texas please read more about Intuitive Coaching and Distance Healing services here.

Click here to request a tele-therapy session now

Or call
512-766-7072
to make an appointment. 

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