Whether you are single or in a relationship, there is a lot to learn about your sexuality.
Sexuality is central part of our identity and van be a crucial element of our intimate relationships. In therapy through meaningful dialogue, together we will explore the factors that contribute to the lack of pleasure, desire, and joy in your sexual encounters.
Common sexual issues:
When it comes to relationship styles, there are many different choices available and disucssed in our culture lately. Ethical non-monogamy (ENM) is a set of values that couples can choose to have in their partnerships that involve being partnered and committed to one another, but without being monogamous.
In ethical or consensual non-monogamy you and your partner have the agreements, trust, conflict resolution skills needed to navigate this lifestyle inside of your committed relationship.
Types of Ethical Non-Monogamy:
One of the most important components of therapy is feeling safe to share without judgment.
Sex positive therapist describes a person who creates space for inclusivity, and recognizes the diversity of fantasies, sexual expression and sexual behaviors that exist.
Introducing kink into someone's sex life or to the relationship(s) can feel awkward at first. A sex positive therapist can help curate conversation with
partner(s), provide appropriate education, and help to design a safety and boundary plan. The work promotes autonomy, sexual exploration, and consent. For those who are experienced with kink, it can help you take your play to deeper levels, and iron out any bumps along the way.