SEX. The word is an intstant attention grabber. Unfortunately for many people, instead of the word “sex” conjuring up pleasurable emotions, the word leads to anxiety and stress.

Stress about prior perceived falures, or stress about relationships. Sex should be natural so it may not seem normal that the words sex and therapy go together. But just as physical therapy, speach therapy or massage therapy are important tools in health care, sex therapy is equally important.

Though our doctor will provide supportive therapy for sexual concerns, along with medical care, and counsel regarding the social, and emotional impacts, we don’t have dedicated sex therapists on staff for ongoing dedicated therapy sessions. But the doctor can help you decide whether sex therapy is right for you, and make suggestions for a sex therapist in the community.