Due to the COVID-19 crisis and Travis County stay at home orders, all new and existing clients will be seen via tele-therapy (video conferencing) until further notice. Click here for more info about what to expect in a tele-therapy session.
Individual counseling is aimed helping to educate and empower you in the area of intimacy and sex as you learn to work through your own unique challenges whatever they may be.
Our sexuality affects every area of our lives whether we realize it or not. For many of my clients it is the concerns about how the sexual challenges are affecting their relationship that first bring them in the door.
Individual counseling can help you to make the necessary changes to heal yourself and also your relationship. As you change and grow as an individual you will begin to show up differently (both in and out of the bedroom!) . When you change the way you perceive and experience yourself as a sexual being you also impact the way others perceive and experience you!
It is also understandable that sex might not be the most pressing issue on your mind nor at the forefront of what brings you in. This is totally fine! I also help clients with general therapy challenges such as grief and loss, anxiety, communication, and relationship challenges.
My specialty area is in women's sexuality and reproductive health with an emphasis on desire discrepancy and female sexual pain disorders. I work with both female and male clients of any sexual orientation. I do not work with the transgender population at this time.
Dec 10, 19 09:49 PM
You know when you start to feel like you are more like roommates with your partner rather than actual lovers?
Dec 03, 19 08:35 PM
You know how it goes. You feel hurt by something your partner did or said. Then he feels disrespected by how you reacted. He thinks you are over reacting. You think he was totally inconsiderate of you…
Nov 26, 19 09:00 PM
Ok y’all, yet again I have to rant on this one. Just had a woman tell me that every professional she has seen (and shes visited quite a few!) has told her that it is “normal” for a woman to NOT have a…