How can we help you?
We invite you to explore the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions in the section below.
Do you have a question we haven't addressed here? Feel free to call our Cherry Creek counseling office at (720) 457-3342 to speak with a member of our therapy team. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you live your best life.
Lots of people have this question.
AASECT certified sex therapists are trained in helping people with MANY aspects of their sex and intimate lives including:
- erectile dysfunction
- painful intercourse
- low libido
- no desire/high desire
- mismatched desire (he wants more than she wants)
- navigating open or polyamorous relationships
- exploring and discovering a more mutually pleasurable or satisfying intimate relationship
- healing from "sex addiction"
- processing the discovery of 'out of control sexual behavior' in a relationship
- and much more.
Sex Therapy in Denver
Some people have a good relationship and are bored in their sex life and want a third party with training in sexuality, communication, intimacy, and relationships to talk with to know if they are 'normal'. If you aren't sure, give us a call 720.457.3342 and one of our sex therapists can hop on the phone and answer the questions that you have. Or send an email to admin@CounselingCenterofCherryCreek.com.
It's pretty common that couples visit us for advice and support regarding their sex lives. Perhaps a couple feels like their sex life is stale, uneventful, or uninspiring. After many years or decades of the same routine, it's worth branching out and seeking new ways to rekindle the spark in your relationship.
Margie Kaems, Chris Weaver, and Meagan Berry are our licensed therapists who look forward to working with you.
Sex Therapy and Physical Intimacy
The great thing about working with a therapist who is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a certified sex therapist is that we can work from all angles. Together, we look at your communication style, heal past hurts and barriers to sex, erotic languaging, how you grow anticipation for wanting sex, and other aspects of physical intimacy.
You might be surprised to hear that many couples do not know how to talk about sex. For example, they may not know how to talk about what they want, what they don't want, what they fantasize about, and what they may be interested in exploring.
Learning to talk about these topics with a trained professional in the room can be very helpful for a couple in many ways. It also can jumpstart one's desire for physical intimacy and open a new chapter in their relationship.
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Getting bored with your sex life is totally normal! Often there are just a few fine-tuning things that we can do to help you move into a new space that's more desirable for you and your partner.
You can view necessary financial information and session costs here.
Please don't hesitate to call us today at (720) 457-3342. Our friendly client ambassador will be happy to schedule your appointment with one of our highly trained sex and relationship therapists.
Clinicians trained in sex therapy help people with a wide variety of issues related to sex, sexuality, intimacy, and connection. Many of our clients come to us because they do not have the sex life that they want.
Or perhaps they have heard about "open marriages" and are interested in exploring that with a professional for guidance. Fortunately, our therapy team can help you and your partner by providing the support you need for a more positive and healthy sex life.
What To Expect During a Sex Therapy Session
During sessions, your sex therapist will ask you several questions, such as details about your life, sexual preferences, any questions or curiosities you may have, and more. Your sex therapist is someone you can trust completely, and you can rest assured knowing your therapist upholds a 100 percent judgment-free space.
Open communication and honesty are essential as it establishes a trusting partnership between the couple and the therapist, and it also allows us to better understand your unique relationship.
Sex therapists do not touch their clients. We are still "talk therapists" and sometimes work like sex educators, providing information, tips, and tools for you and your partner. However, we are not like massage therapists or other healers licensed to touch clients.
Your trust and comfort are important to us, and we are always willing to respectfully accommodate our clients for the best possible outcomes and strategies for each client.
Contact Our Sex Therapist in Denver, CO
If you are unsure if your concern warrants working with a licensed sex therapist, please feel free to call us today! You can contact us online or by calling us at (720) 457-3342. We are always happy to welcome new and familiar faces to our therapy practice near Cherry Creek.
Please also take a look at our financial page for session fees and read our therapists' bios for more information about Margie Kaems, Chris Weave, and Meagan Berry.
We look forward to working with you!