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Not Interested in Sex? Help is Here!

Many of my clients experience low sexual desire or libido. This is a VERY COMMON problem, but the good news is, it can be treated successfully in sex therapy. (To find a sex therapist in your area, search “sex therapists near me” on your browser.)...

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How the Pandemic Affected our Sex Lives

In a 2021 survey for the National Coalition for Sexual Health (NCSH) over half of Americans ages 18-35 reported sexual difficulties during the pandemic, including mismatched sex drives, low interest in sex, and problems having orgasms. The following information is adapted from an article about...

Trends in Sexual Wellness

A recent PsycheCentral article shed light on 10 trends in sexual health and wellness. The information below is adapted from that article: Adaptive Sex According to Angie Rowntree, founder of the female erotica website Sssh.com, “adaptive sex” is making sex more accessible and inclusive. The...

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Does Insurance Cover Sex Therapy?

Sometimes. Many sex therapists do not take insurance, but for those who do, coverage depends on your insurance provider and the kind of insurance you have. If your problem can be defined by a diagnosis code, treatment may be deemed “medically necessary” and coverable. A...

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Stop Believing these Myths about Sex

Intercourse doesn’t burn a ton of calories. Nor does it affect sports performance dramatically. And a woman’s vagina doesn’t reveal how many partners she has had. These are just three of the many myths that cloud our thinking about intimate encounters. Here are more: There’s...

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Two Words About Female Satisfaction: Oral Sex

In spite of what is portrayed in movies and on TV, the majority of women do not reach orgasm during intercourse. Most need direct stimulation of the clitoris, which is usually too far away from the vagina to get what it needs during penetration. Yet...

Seven Problems a Sex Therapist can Help Solve

If you are having conflicts in the bedroom, a sex therapist may be able to help. They will be a neutral party who can listen to both sides of any issue, and help you create a solution. If you are facing any of the concerns...

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What to Share with College-Bound Teens about Sexual Assault

How often does sex abuse happen on college campuses? These statistics from the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN, an American nonprofit anti-sexual assault organization) are worth sharing with your college student: 13% of all students experience rape or sexual assault through physical force,...

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Great Sex After 50

When you reach your 50s, it might seem like sex should be better than ever: you don’t have to worry about getting pregnant, having sex while you are on your period, being walked in on by your children, etc. But it usually doesn’t work that...

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Couples Counseling has Benefits Beyond the Bedroom

Couples therapy is a specific type of talk therapy that can help you uncover the root causes of intimate partner conflicts. When both people are invested in the process, there can be many benefits, as detailed in this article on Talkspace. The Benefits of Couples...

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