While many sexual difficulties are caused directly or indirectly by physical problems (e.g., diabetes, neuromuscular disorders, COPD) or the effects of medication, they can result in our feeling discouraged or depressed; anxious about our performance; or uninterested in sex.

Likewise, sexual problems may originate in what we learned about sex, gender or our sexual orientation while growing up, which has resulted in chronic shame.   This is where psychotherapy can help.

In my practice I address:

Low desire or libido
Erectile difficulties
Early or delayed ejaculation
Problems with arousal
Mismatched desire (where one partner desires sex more or less than the other)
Pre-orgasmia (lack of orgasm)
Dyspareunia (painful sex for men or women)
Pain Disorders

  • Vaginismus
  • Vulvodynia
  • Vestibulodynia
  • Atrophic Vaginitis
  • Pelvic Floor Pain

Sexual trauma
Out of control sexual behaviors (a.k.a. “sex addiction”)

I welcome the following clients in my practice:

Heterosexual men and women
Gay men
Bisexual men and women
Clients who identify as polyamorous/polysexual
Clients who identify as kink

Call or email today to schedule an appointment. (310)995-3228