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15Jul, 2020

Sheltering at Home: Increased Intimacy or More Conflict?

By |July 15th, 2020|Categories: Couples Counseling|Comments Off on Sheltering at Home: Increased Intimacy or More Conflict?

With co-vid quarantine one size does not fit all. In my couples and sex therapy practice I find some couples who are feeling closer and who have more sex. I find other couples who experience more conflict and who feel more distant.

19Apr, 2020

Qualities that Define an Effective Sex Therapist

By |April 19th, 2020|Categories: Sex Therapy|Comments Off on Qualities that Define an Effective Sex Therapist

Actual personal sexual experience is not something you ask a potential therapist about, but if a person has little sexual experience, they cannot claim to know how to fully fix problems or superbly fine-tune a couple or an individual. We learn from graduate training, but even some training programs lack a broad brush to teach students about sexology and how to do sex therapy. Too often I hear about professors who teach that sex addiction is real. This is one example of incompetence and the lack of an evidence-based approach.

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