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Talk Therapy geared toward helping couples and individuals work with lack of desire & low libido.

Low-Libido Therapy May Include:

  • An in-depth intake of your family of origin story 

  • Better understanding your relationship to desire and how you ask for what you want inside and outside the bedroom

  • Build a closer & deeper connection to your body

  • Overview of who you are as a sexual being

  • Discovering what you need & want 

  • Learn to communicate your needs & and wants 

  • Address unresolved trauma that may be blocking your sexual desire

  • Talking about the kind of sex you that would be worth wanting 

  • Deepening your understanding of what gets you in the mood & takes you out of the mood

  • Working with your relationship to being present and in your body (versus productive and in control)

  • How to have vulnerable conversations with your partner

What Is A Normal Sex Drive?

There is no such thing as a normal sex drive, its like a fingerprint there are not two that are the same. What we want to do is get to know your sexual history and story and understand all the wonderful parts of you that make you you. If you are wanting to access more desire, we first have to have an in-depth understanding of who you are as a sexual being:

Why are you wanting more sex? What is your relationship to wanting, longing, and desire in general? What kind of sex would feel worth wanting? What is your relationship to your body and stress? How do you turn yourself on or off? Are you getting your needs for connection & closeness met?

Together we can collaborate in enlivening your sexual energy so you can enjoy sex that feels good & pleasurable to you. 

Sex Positive Therapy

Sex-positive therapy welcomes everyone to find acceptance, kindness, and vibrancy in their experience of sex, sense of self, and values. Whatever your truth looks like, be it deconstructing norms, abiding to your religious/spiritual values, finding your voice in the bedroom, reconnecting your desire, meeting your partner's needs, or feeling more pleasure, you are welcome as you are. Let's collaborate to help you feel more like you & move towards sex that feels meaningful and pleasurable to you. 



“In touch with the erotic, I become less willing to accept powerlessness, or those other supplied states of being which are not native to me, such as resignation, despair, self-effacement, depression, self-denial.”

― Audre Lorde, Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic as Power

Low Libido & Mismatched Sex Drives

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