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Sexual health is a part

of our humanity.

It encompasses the wellness of our physical, emotional, mental and social wellbeing; it is not merely the absence of disease and dysfunction. It can be a healthy part of human connection and growth. Many individuals experience some form of sexual ailment in their life while only a few people will actually seek therapy with a trained professional. Don’t let this aspect of your humanity be neglected.  Help and hope is here.


Sex Therapy and Coaching

Sex therapy is a form of counseling intended to help individuals and couples resolve sexual difficulties, such as performance anxiety or relationship problems. Clients generally meet in the therapist’s office. Some choose to attend sessions alone; others bring their partner with them. Session frequency and length usually depend on the client and the type of problem being addressed. It’s normal for clients to feel anxious when seeing a sex therapist, especially for the first time. Many people have trouble talking about sex at all, so discussing it with a stranger may feel awkward. However, most sex therapists recognize this and try to make their clients feel comfortable. Often, they start with questions about the client’s health and sexual background, sex education, beliefs about sex, and the client’s specific sexual concerns.

It’s important to know that sex therapy sessions do not involve any physical contact or sexual activity among clients and therapists. Clients who feel uncomfortable with any aspect of therapy should speak up or stop seeing that particular therapist.

Sex therapy can be used to treat:
  • Low sexual desire

  • Conflict over different sexual desire levels

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Premature ejaculation

  • Performance anxiety

  • Inability to reach orgasm

  • Unconsummated marriages

  • Vaginismus

  • Arousal difficulty

  • Female sexual pain

  • Sexual addiction or compulsivity

  • Past sexual abuse

  • Vulvodynia

  • Affair recovery

Individual Therapy and Coaching

Individual therapy, sometimes called “psychotherapy” or “counseling” is a process where clients sit one-on-one with a trained therapist in a safe, caring, and confidential environment. Clients will make an appointment to explore specific problems that are keeping them in a “survival state” rather than “living fully” and experiencing life as it is designed to be lived.



Non-Monogamy Therapy and Coaching 

Couples/Ethical Non-Monogamy therapy is a form of psychological therapy used to treat relationship distress for both individuals and couples. The purpose of couples therapy is to restore a better level of functioning in couples who experience relationship distress. The reasons for distress can include poor communication skills, incompatibility, or a broad spectrum of psychological disorders. The focus of couples therapy is to identify dissatisfaction and distress in the relationship, and to create and implement a treatment plan designed to improve or alleviate the presenting symptoms and restore the relationship to a better and healthier level of functioning. Couples/Ethical Non-Monogamy therapy can assist persons who are having complaints of intimacy, sexual, and communication difficulties.

EMDR Therapy and Coaching

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma.

How Does EMDR Work?

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a fairly new, nontraditional type of psychotherapy. It's growing in popularity, particularly for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD often occurs after experiences such as military combat, physical assault, rape, or car accidents.

At first glance, EMDR appears to approach psychological issues in an unusual way. It does not rely on talk therapy or medications. Instead, EMDR uses a patient's own rapid, rhythmic eye movements. These eye movements dampen the power of emotionally charged memories of past traumatic events.

What Can You Expect From EMDR?

An EMDR treatment session can last up to 90 minutes. Your therapist will move his or her fingers back and forth in front of your face and ask you to follow these hand motions with your eyes. At the same time, the EMDR therapist will have you recall a disturbing event. This will include the emotions and body sensations that go along with it.

Gradually, the therapist will guide you to shift your thoughts to more pleasant ones. Some therapists use alternatives to finger movements, such as hand or toe tapping or musical tones.

People who use the technique argue that EMDR can weaken the effect of negative emotions. Before and after each EMDR treatment, your therapist will ask you to rate your level of distress. The hope is that your disturbing memories will become less disabling.



Concierge Counseling

and Coaching

Do you have a demanding work schedule or an affluent lifestyle requiring an additional level of confidentiality?


Do traditional waiting rooms create immobilizing anxiety?


Pandora's Awakening offers concierge counseling as a means to create additional confidentiality for those needing a therapist that meets you where you are. We offer in-home and online therapy allowing you to remain in the privacy of your own home or office while working on your personal healing and goals.

  • All concierge clients must meet in-person and in-office for an initial consultation. 

  • Special accommodations can be made to ensure additional privacy if needed upon request.


Pricing is determined based on need
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