You know there’s more to sex than orgasms, but let’s be honest, you really want to have them! You can get in the mood, engage in pleasurable touch, and build up arousal, but it feels like the flame fizzles out before the grand finale. Maybe you’ve had orgasms before and are feeling confused about why you’re struggling now; or perhaps you’ve never had an orgasm and are doubting if it’s possible for you to experience a peak pleasure moment.
We know this is a deeply personal, vulnerable, and frustrating struggle. Discovering the path to orgasm is tricky and involves exploring dozens of contributing variables. Our sex therapists know exactly how to help you crack this code.
Let’s work together to discover how to enhance your sexual pleasure and satisfaction.
How We Help
As sex therapists, we understand how your mind, body, relationship, and past experiences work together to create frustrating and seemingly insurmountable sexual struggles
We’ll begin with a thorough assessment to identify all of the variables contributing to your inability to orgasm. Next, we’ll create a plan using our toolbox of sex therapy interventions to help you connect more deeply with your body. We’ll keep our eyes peeled each step of the way for barriers that are blocking you from experiencing peak sexual pleasure, and together, we’ll identify exactly what you need to achieve that elusive orgasm.
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I haven’t been able to orgasm since I (had kids, had surgery, went through menopause, experienced trauma, etc)! I’ve tried a million different things, but nothing seems to work.
I understand that my body and life have changed. I’ve been able to learn about my body as it is now and feel completely confident in my ability to experience pleasure and orgasm.
I’ve never had an orgasm. I feel ashamed and embarrassed. It seems to happen so easily for everyone else! I must be defective.
I finally understand why I was struggling to orgasm. I know exactly how to pleasure myself and can communicate my needs and desires clearly to my partner. Orgasms are now a regular part of my sexual experience.
I’m here because my partner is unhappy when I don’t orgasm. I honestly don’t care, but it’s ruining our sexual relationship. I feel pressure from my partner to figure this out.
I’ve learned to communicate my needs and boundaries clearly, and I’ve discovered my own motivation for exploring deeper, more intense sexual experiences. I started this process for my partner, but I now feel I’m doing it for myself.
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