We are, after all, wholistic beings! Our largest sex organ is the brain. Sex is not only a physical act, but a mental one. Our sexual experience impacts our thoughts, emotions and behaviors.
My approach to sex and relationship therapy takes a whole-body approach in order to understand and overcome what may be going on at the physical level.
Through exploration, education, and a myriad of tools, we will find ways together to overcome any emotional or physical challenges you are currently experiencing.
Sex is often one of the first signs that something is wrong within a relationship or our mental and physical health. It is my job to help you fall in love with yourself and experience the sex life you want.
Sex Therapy can help you start letting go of any performance anxiety, fears, challenges in your relationship, sexual dysfunctions, and help begin living a pleasurable and satisfying sex life.
Are you ready to take control of your sex life and start feeling more sexually empowered?
Sex is awesome. Or rather, it should be. Aside from the fact that it’s our tried-and-true way of continuing the human race, sex can also be incredibly fun and satisfying. Unfortunately, however, we humans have an artistic flair for going about things in the wrong way: we elevate the importance of sexuality in our entertainment and advertisements while simultaneously cheapening its authenticity.
It’s no wonder so many of us are so often confused, frustrated or anxious about sex. Despite how much it permeates various levels of our day-to-day very little in the way of open and honest discourse about physical intimacy happens in the limelight. No, instead sex usually makes the headlines when someone is sleeping with someone other than who they should be sleeping with (or doing so in a way that many deem questionable).
So, instead of it being a surprise when people seek out sex therapy, it should come to us as more of a shock when people are not seeking guidance on what’s arguably one of the most important human activities. Even those who claim to have a satisfying sex life would admit that there’s much they can learn about themselves and their partners.
If you (or you and your partner together) are interested in seeking sex therapy in Denver, Alexandra Leaderman LPC is a specially trained and licensed clinician who is ready to meet and discuss what it means for to have a healthy sex life.