A great place for you to carve out the time in a safe space, sex therapy can also give your relationship the time it needs to reset and rediscover. Just as you would review your family budget, reviewing your intimacy goals can give your relationship that jump start to recharge your relationship both in and out of the bedroom.

Additionally, if you or your partner is experiencing any of the following sexual dysfunctions, and you have ruled out medical cause, then therapy is right for you.

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Low libido
  • Lack of desire
  • Low confidence
  • Painful sex
  • Excessive libido
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Inability to reach orgasm
  • Lack of response to sexual stimulus
  • Inability to control sexual behavior
  • Distressing sexual thoughts
  • Unwanted sexual fetishes

How does sex therapy work?

Each of you will be asked to complete a sexual intake form.

You will be asked about what parts of your sex life is working and what each of you are doing to create a positive atmosphere.

You will then be asked about what it is that is contributing to the dynamic.

By digging deep and figuring out what is getting in your way, you will be able to uncover what is fueling your dynamic so that you can start afresh.

Should there be a medical issue that is uncovered that may be contributing to the dysfunction, you may be referred to a doctor to resolve the issue.

All therapy is intended to be supportive and educational.

Note: Your clothing will always stay on. You will not be having sex in the therapeutic setting. You may be shown diagrams or photos.

In addition to dramatically improving your sex life, sex therapy can relieve you of the unnecessary stress around your intimacy, allowing you to have a more fulfilling and loving relationship.

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True Stories

I came to see Micki because I just started dating a woman that I thought was the most beautiful woman in the world. I was freaked out because I didn’t want to “screw it up.” I had a history of suffering from depression and anxiety. Micki really helped me to hold myself together and see this woman, in a more realistic way so that I wouldn’t put her on a pedestal which would have completely destroyed the relationship. We have now been married for a year and have a baby together. We did some pre-marriage couples work with her so we could learn some tools and skills for how to work together. So grateful we did.
Couple: Male (35), Woman (28)
There is nothing worse than realizing you have made a huge mistake in marrying the wrong one. We had fun together when we were dating, but only realized after we had made a huge mistake. We felt like such failures as we tried so hard to keep pushing each other to keep going. It was only by working with Micki that we got to see that who we are as people just wouldn’t work long term as a couple. We are so grateful that we managed to get out of this relationship before complicating things by having children together. We now feel free to live our lives in a way that suits each of us individually. We have also learned what our true needs are so that we will choose partners who are better for us going forward.
Couple: Male (28), Female (25)
We did the Prepare/Enrich workshop with Micki a year after we got married. We than did some couples work with Micki as we had some different ideas about our relationship expectations. Micki was very good at seeing both of our perspectives and not making us feel that she was taking sides. She enabled each of us to see what we needed to do differently to get the relationship in the best place possible.
Couple: Male (32), Female (28)

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