Sex Therapy involves the weaving of a variety of biological, psychological, and social frameworks to create a web of understanding and intervention to assist sexual function, trauma, orientation, and identity.
Whether it is done individually or in the context of a relationship, sex therapy can assist in strengthening the mind-body connection and build skills for enhancing intimacy.
Some common questions a sex therapist might ask include: Personal information is compiled and throughout each session the therapist and client(s) identify uniquely tailored interventions to work on the problem.
The identified problem may not always be sexual in nature, but may stem from other common struggles such as miscommunication, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, or relationship stress.
Confidential Advisor - A person affiliated with the university, but reserves the privilege to keep confidential any emergency and ongoing support they provide to Roosevelt University students, staff, and faculty who are survivors of sexual violence.Deputy Coordinator- “Deputy Title IX Coordinator” serves as a resource person to the parties of a case (reporting and responding parties).Once an act of potential sexual misconduct is reported, and before an investigation begins, the parties of the case may be assigned to meet with a Deputy Title IX Coordinator who will explain the investigative process, review the party’s rights, talk about interim measures that may be needed, and work with the University to implement interim measures.I have a Master’s in Community Counseling from De Paul University in Chicago and am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois, working as the Chief Operating Officer and a Sex Therapist at an LGBTQ counseling agency, specializing in the LGBTQ population, trauma, and queer identity.(intraspectrum-chicago.com) I have my own Sexuality Education and Coaching business called Practical Audacity.Sex Therapy can help with the treatment for low desire, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, painful sex, vaginal dryness, relationship problems, anxiety about sex, problematic sexual behavior and sex addiction, fertility, sexual trauma, sexual abuse, same-sex relationships, multi-person relationships, dating, fetishes, power-exchange relationships and more.Contact us for more information and to schedule an appointment.Title IX is a federal law expressed via Roosevelt University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy and was created to protect the entire university community from any discrimination based on gender or sex.The laws and university policy also apply to other third parties within the University’s control, including visitors who are present on campus.Sex is a topic that is loaded with meaning and can be difficult to talk about.Emotions such as fear, guilt, shame, joy, love, and curiosity often accompany our sexual experiences and sexual identity.