Has your desire for sex disappeared? If sex and pleasure are the last things on your priority list, then you might be struggling with low sexual desire. Maybe you miss connecting with your sexual body, or perhaps your lack of interest in sex is causing friction in your relationship. Regardless of what brings you here, we believe that pleasure, eroticism, and sexual satisfaction are imperative to living a well-balanced life.
You don’t need to want sex all the time, but we would like to help you learn how to connect to your sexual energy whenever you’re interested. There are thousands of reasons why we experience low sexual desire at different stages in our life. We’re here to help you identify the culprit so that you can reconnect with your sexuaity in a way that feels good to you.
How We Help
Low sexual desire is the number one concern we hear in our sex therapy offices.
That means that you are not alone in this struggle, and that we have a lot of experience supporting clients who want to discover how to increase their sexual energy. We will guide you through a thorough assessment to identify all of the variables contributing to your low desire. We’ll explore your mental health, physical health, relationship history, past trauma experiences, and more generally, how life is going for you today!
We will talk at length about your goals and vision for your future. Then we’ll take all of that information and create a manageable plan of action that you can use to create a life with more ease, balance, and most importantly, sexual satisfaction.
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I used to enjoy sex, but now it feels like a chore. I have no desire, no interest, and no motivation to make it happen. Honestly, I’d be fine never having sex again, but I don’t want to neglect my partner’s needs.
I started this process for my partner, but now I’m glad that I did it for myself. I forgot what it felt like to be connected to my sexual energy! Our relationship is improving, and I feel great in my body.
My partner and I used to have a great sexual relationship, but since I had a baby and went back to work, I couldn’t be less interested. I miss our sexual connection.
I understand how my body responds to stress and exhaustion. I’ve created a manageable self-care plan that helps me prioritize my well-being and my sexual pleasure. I’m finally enjoying sex again.
I don’t feel like I’ve ever had much sexual desire. I’ve always felt like there was something wrong with me for not craving it as much as other people. I’d like to know what it’s like to be a sexual person.
I had no idea there were different types of sexual desire. It’s not that I’ve never had desire, it’s just that I didn’t know how to nurture my sexual needs! I finally feel like a sexual person.
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