More than simple answers needed
Our sexuality runs deep and has many different parts to care for. While we often focus on how well our bodies are working and the tips and techniques to effectively put our body parts together, there are also mental, emotional, and spiritual sides of our sexuality that must be cared for.
For many, sex therapy provides an opportunity to talk openly about sexual matters for the first time. We might simply talk about current experiences and how you feel about yourself as a sexual being. It might also be helpful to talk through your past to better understand the sexual story you’re living in.
Many clients also benefit from learning what’s “normal” to help them to set realistic expectations for their dance. Understanding common gender differences and learning new sexual frameworks are also likely a regular part of our time together.
And, of course, I will coach you through the particulars of your sex life as well – whether this is desire, arousal, or release concerns, or issues regarding identity, integrity, or healing from past wounds.
Sex therapy is not just for problems or for when things are not going well. It’s also an opportunity for growth.
Perhaps you have a good sex life but would still like to grow it into the best God has for you. Beside being a faithful steward to what God has entrusted to you, maturing sexually has many rich blessings beyond the bedroom.