Sex Therapy: Intimacy, Pleasure, Connection

Sex Therapy Services in Denver, ColoradoGrow More Intimate Connections in Your Relationship

Often times people lose interest in being sexual with their partner due to stress, lifestyle, kids, erection difficulty or pelvic pain. Usually one person longs for a physical, intimate connection and the other partner could live without sex ever again. I help couples figure out how to function as a team and create more connection in all areas of their lives, including in the bedroom.

Heal Yourself from Past Sexual Abuse or Trauma

Whether it’s childhood sexual abuse or adult sexual trauma, it can make relationships, sex and intimacy confusing. People often aren’t sure how to have a healthy, authentic sexual or intimate life. I help people reclaim their sexuality to fit who they are now and to move forward to feel whole and healed. EMDR is often helpful as well.

Give Your Sex Life a Much Needed Booster Shot

As an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist (American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists) I offer a “sex positive” environment. We’ll work together to create a fun, playful and lighthearted sexual relationship for you and your partner.

I offer an LGBT and Kink Aware-Competent therapy practice, open to all relationships and expressions.

One of the most important discoveries a couple can make is that it is possible to shift into a pro-relationship stance.

Stan Tatkin


Sex Therapy is like any other kind of therapy. During sex therapy we discuss your concerns, how it’s affecting you, your partner or others in your life. Together we develop goals and an action plan that you can take home and practice after each session for quicker results.

During sex therapy there is never any nudity or sexual contact between therapist and client or between clients.

Sexual therapy helps with the following issues:

  • Mismatched sexual desires
  • Low libido or sex drive
  • Painful intercourse
  • Pelvic pain
  • Orgasm difficulty
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Gender identity
  • Sexual orientation
  • LGBTQIA concerns
  • Infidelity and trust concerns
  • Kink and BDSM
  • Sex “addiction”
  • Compulsive sexual behaviors
  • Sexual trauma
  • Sexual abuse
  • Polyamory
  • Open relationships