Did you know that about 20% of couples are in sexless relationships? If you’re in a relationship where you haven’t had sex in years, share sexual experiences very infrequently, or have not yet shared any sexual experiences, we want you to know that your situation is not unique. You probably feel embarrassed, ashamed, and concerned about what this means for your relationship.
You and your partner might avoid talking about sex altogether, but deep inside, you’re desperate for this be different. You daydream about this relationship being more sexual, but you have no idea how to get there. This is a deeply personal and sensitive topic. We will never judge your relationship or push you towards a path that you’re not ready for or interested in. You deserve a safe space with an experienced guide to help you deepen your emotional and physical connection.
How We Help
We have no agenda when it comes to what is the right amount of sex for your relationship. Our goal is help you and your partner work together to co-create an intimate relationship that meets both of your needs.
We’ll create an environment of trust and curiosity so that you feel safe exploring sexuality. You can rest assured that your therapist will structure the conversation, ask the right questions, and give you step-by-step homework assignments to help you achieve your sexual goals. Our clients often tell us that we make it easy for them to have the sexual conversations they’ve been avoiding for years.
We also believe that it isn’t all about sex! Your therapist will help you ensure your relationship is well-balanced between emotional connection, affectionate touch, non-sexual pleasurable experiences, and as much (or as little) sexual pleasure as you’re interested in exploring.
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Everyone thinks we have a great relationship, but secretly, we haven’t had sex in a very long time. I feel ashamed and don’t understand what’s wrong with us.
We’ve finally found our way back to each other sexually. Now it feels like our intimate relationship matches the happy partnership we present to the world.
We want to be sexual with each other, but between exhaustion, stress, and anxiety, we’re never in the mood at the same time. We don’t know how to change this pattern.
We finally understand how to connect physically even when we’re tired and stressed! It’s a relief to know that we can have great sex without having to create stress-free lives.
We used to argue about sex all the time, but after years of being rejected, I’ve given up. Now we never talk about sex, and I feel doubtful that my needs will ever be met.
We’ve discovered how to have open and honest conversations about our sexual needs. There’s no more resentment or avoidance. We’re finally sharing pleasure in a way that feels good to both of us.
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