Boulder Sex Therapy

Boulder Sex Therapy

5.0
1 employee
19 years in business

About this pro

You have found Boulder Sex Therapy because sexuality has impacted your life in some way. To be clear, sex is the act and sexuality is part of who you are. Even though my title says sex therapist, I actually counsel people on the exploration of sexuality. I became a sex therapist not because I grew up in a sex-positive household where we all felt comfortable with our sexuality. Far from it. I became a sex therapist because of my love of people and their stories.

I want to help you create a language for your intimate experiences. Together, we can find the words you need to convey to your loved ones what is most difficult to reveal and what makes you most vulnerable. If this is where you’d like some help, give me a call and let’s set up a conversation. Consultations are free. I’d love to hear from you.

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Boulder, CO 80304
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

The initial session is an intake, where I learn more about you and get a snapshot of your background, history, and experiences. After this session, I develop a treatment plan based on your presenting problem. Generally, clients schedules sessions weekly for the first few weeks to gain some momentum. Then sessions can be spaced out so there is time to do and integrate at home assignments. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have a masters in psychology, am a certified sex therapist, and a certified couple's counselor. For the past seventeen years, I have been serving clients in the Boulder County area.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

My fees are:

-$180 for a 50-minute session

-$324 for a 90-minute session

For more intense couples work, you may book a three-hour block when available.


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

The most important factor in successful therapy is the quality of relationship you have with the therapist. Ask yourself, do you trust them? Are they listening to me? Do they have the knowledge and experience to help me? If your gut says, yes then it is probably a good fit.


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Therapy is an investment in yourself. The financial cost per session may seem high but this is your life. Consider that the chance to preserve a relationship or not hurt a loved one (including yourself) is a priceless opportunity that one gains from effective therapy. The time, energy, and money invested will result in quality relationships with yourself and others. The best question to ask is, "Are you willing to do the work?" and "Do you trust your guide will get you there?"