Therapists at CRSH have special training, are credentialed by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and therapists (AASECT) and experienced in sexual health therapies and offer guidance in a safe, confidential, non-judgmental, and positive environment. Through sex therapy, you can learn to express your concerns clearly, better understand your own sexual needs and better understand your partner's sexual needs.
We at CRSH agree with both the CDC and The World Health Organization which define sexual health as a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity. Sexual health requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of coercion, discrimination and violence.
Unfortunately, many people are reluctant to discuss their sexual health out of fear, embarrassment, past trauma or pride. Therapists at CRSH have special training, are credentialed by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and therapists (AASECT) and experienced in sexual health therapies and offer guidance in a safe, confidential, non-judgmental, and positive environment. Through sex therapy, you can learn to express your concerns clearly, better understand your own sexual needs and better understand your partner's sexual needs.
At CRSH, you can address concerns about sexual function, sexual feelings and intimacy — either in individual therapy or in joint therapy with your partner. This therapy can be effective for adults of any age, sex or sexual orientation and can help you resolve various issues, from concerns about sexual function or feelings to the way you relate to your partner.
Through sex therapy, you may focus on issues such as:
Concerns about sexual desire or arousal
Concerns about sexual interests or sexual orientation
Compulsive sexual behavior
Ejaculating too quickly (premature ejaculation)
Trouble reaching orgasm (anorgasmia)
Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
Intimacy issues related to a disability or chronic condition
Concerns regarding past sexual trauma
Talking about sex and intimacy may initially feel awkward. Remember, our certified sex therapists are trained at putting you at ease and are skilled at identifying and exploring sexual concerns.
Sometimes it takes more than a pill to address these issues. We can and have helped many individuals and couples live happier and more fulfilled lives.
My husband and I, basically, just shared a house together as roommates with little to no communication. Counseling at CRSH enabled us to reconnect with each other. We both are much happier.
I felt so alone, even in a room full of people. My therapist at CRSH helped me to understand my feelings, how to overcome the sadness and live a more fulfilled life.
Physical intimacy and desire seemed to be gone from the relationship with my partner. We were embarrassed to talk about this with anyone until we found our therapist at CRSH. What a difference this has made in our lives and relationship.
I have learned how to communicate in a healthier manner in my personal and professional life. The change in me and my relationship with others is profound.
Our marriage, our lives, our happiness have been positively impacted by the counseling we received at CRSH.
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