Sex Therapy

“The highest form of love is the love that allows for intimacy without the annihilation of difference.”
–Parker J. Palmer

Do you and your partner have mismatched sexual desires, or conflict over sex?

Are you experiencing performance issues, pain issues, erectile problems, or other specific sexual dysfunctions?

Does sex not feel emotionally connecting anymore?

Do you feel stuck in a sexless marriage?

Or maybe you want to spice up your sex life, but not sure if your partner is interested?

If sexual issues are preventing greater closeness between you and your partner, you may want to consider sex therapy.

How does Sex Therapy work?

In sex therapy, your therapist will focus on your sexual relationship, and help you identify each of your attitudes about sex, your sexual history, and the specific sexual problems you’re experiencing. From there, your therapist will provide education and recommend specific exercises to refocus your attention and expectations with sexuality.

Specific objectives may include the following:

  • Readings to do on your own and together to learn more about healthy sexuality
  • Learning to reduce stress and relax
  • Learning to communicate what you’d like sexually in a positive way
  • Learning nonsexual touching techniques and a plan to move slowly toward improving physical intimacy and sexuality over time
  • Eliminating pain during intercourse or any other sexual activity
  • Cultivating and enhancing your sexual desire, erotic potential, and sexual stimulation that works for each of you

If you’d like to get help for your sexual relationship, we want you to know that you aren’t alone, sexual problems are very common, and that we can help. Please contact us today

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Progressive Paths Therapy logo | Counseling Services | Orem, UT 84097

1175 South 800 East
Orem, UT 84097

124 S 400 E, Suite 300
Salt Lake City, UT 84111


We specialize in working with diverse and multicultural individuals, couples, and families. All of us specialize in working with issues of social justice and systemic oppression facing minorities.

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