hoose the answer that best describes your personal views on sex therapy:
a) Okay, that’s embarrassing.
b) I can’t even talk to my partner about sex, much less a stranger!
c) Isn’t that for swingers only?
d) First, I have to get over some stuff from my past. Then, maybe…
e) Is there homework?
Here’s the truth. Having sex is not part of a therapy session. It’s not embarrassing, especially under the guidance of trusted, credentialed therapists who specialize in treating sexual problems, dysfunctions, past traumas, and concerns.
Listen. Sexual health is an essential, major factor in your overall emotional and physical well-being. There is nothing wrong with asking for help with your sex life.
What to expect.
Is it a little uncomfortable at first? Sure. All growth is change. Change can be difficult. But nothing is as difficult as staying stuck in a feeling that doesn’t make you better. The best part is that soul-deep feeling of relief you experience after just one session; and good change is also a pretty powerful aphrodisiac.
Here at Bodhi, we focus on facilitating open dialogues, promoting self-worth and the ability to ask for exactly what you need, and educating our children to safely navigate the current sexual culture with confidence.
Imagine how exciting and fulfilling your life could be if only these issues could be resolved:
- Low libido
- Desire discrepancy with your partner
- Resuming sex after baby
- Healing your relationship after infidelity or other stresses
- Breaking your own sexual barriers
- Finding your pleasure centers
I’m still embarrassed.
That’s okay. We’ll help you through it. But please know that you’re definitely not alone. Almost 43% of women and 31% of men report some degree of sexual disfunction, but sex therapy is designed to solve the issues and reverse them.
We’re with you every step of the way.
P.S. There is homework. No cheating.