We tend to work collaboratively with physicians to address the entirety of the causes of sexual concerns.
I would venture to say that there is near unanimity in the sex field when it comes to acceptance of sexual orientations and transgender existence.
So seeing a sex therapist is like going to a gynecologist for gynecological problems rather than to a family practice physician. That isn't to say that one couldn't get good help from a non-sex therapist for a sexual issue, it's just that the likelihood might be a bit less.
A sex therapist can be a psychiatrist, a marriage and family therapist, a psychologist, or a clinical social worker. We have about a dozen scientific journals dedicated solely to sexual research.Privacy Statement: When you submit sensitive information via the website, your information is protected both online and offline, and is not shared with anyone under any circumstances.You may opt out of future contacts from us at anytime, here.For years, I have had a practice full of couples for whom that simply was not true.Sex therapists also tend to have much greater than average knowledge about the physiological processes that are a part of human sexuality.