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Work one-on-one with a trained therapist—in a safe, caring, and confidential environment—to explore your feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, and work toward desired change.
You don't have to live with desire disorders, inability to become physically aroused or have an orgasm (climax) as well as pain disorders. We are here to help!
The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health (CRSH) is dedicated to improving the lives of its clients through counseling and therapy services specifically tailored to the individual and/or couple’s needs.
CRSH has some of the most experienced, professional, and caring therapists in-and-around the Detroit and metro Detroit area. These professionals are dedicated to teaching and empowering people to understand, improve, and take responsibility for their own relationships, communications, intimacy, and sexual satisfaction.
Counseling services provided at the Center for Relationship and Sexual Health include, individual counseling, couples counseling, marriage counseling, intimacy counseling and communication counseling.
Counseling services at CRSH focus on the identification and treatment of individual and personal sexual relationship problems including loss of sexual desire, painful intercourse, sexual and arousal difficulties, out-of-control sexual behaviors, infidelity, LGBTQ issues, difficulties following childhood abuse, anxiety and depression and alcohol and chemical dependency/abuse.
CRSH therapists serve clients not only located in-and-round Southeast Michigan including Oakland, Wayne, and Macomb County but areas throughout Michigan like Ann Arbor, Lansing, Port Huron, and more. These experienced therapists and social workers can help you identify and address your relationship and sexual health concerns.
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According to a 2003 National Institute of Justice report, three out of four adolescents who have been sexually assaulted were victimized by someone they knew well. There is no “right” reaction to hearing that your child has been abused. You may experience a range of reactions and feelings that impact different aspects of your life. Join us at CRSH with Tisha Berg, Clinical Intern, for an open and honest discussion on over-coming and preventing sexual abuse in family systems. We will discuss coping mechanisms, signs to look out for and how victims try to avoid feelings of shame. The talk is FREE to attend. Register at http://bit.ly/2Jpaubr We will offer light snacks and refreshments. CRSH will be live streaming the event on Facebook for those who cannot attend in person.Learn more