Sex Therapy

Sex Therapy


What is sex therapy?

Sex Therapy is a type of counseling that focuses on sexual functioning, intimacy, and the psychological, behavioral and emotional issues related to sex.

Who is qualified to provide sex therapy?

Sex Therapy is conducted by a licensed mental health professional that has received considerable training in the field of sex and sexuality.

What does a sex therapy session look like?

A sex therapy session will look like a typical talk-therapy session in which a client will discuss sexually based issues with their therapist.  Because sex therapy is also life therapy, other aspects of the client's life will be addressed as well.

What kind of issues does sex therapy treat?

  • Sexual Desire Disorders
    • Low Desire
    • No Desire
    • Decreased Libido
    • No Libido
    • No Sexual Fantasies
    • Not wanting to be sexual (with oneself and/or others)
    • Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
    • Lack of interest or desire for sexual activity
  • Sexual Arousal Disorders
    • Difficulty obtaining an erection
    • Erectile Dysfunction
    • Difficulty feeling aroused
    • Dryness issues (in females)
  • Sexual Pain Disorders
    • Pain during sex
    • Vaginismus / Vulvadynia
    • Dyspareunia
  • Orgasm Disorders
    • Haven’t achieved an orgasm
    • Aren’t able to orgasm
    • Anorgasmia
    • Pre-orgasmic
    • Orgasmic Disorder
    • Premature Ejaculation
    • Delayed Ejaculation
    • Early Ejaculation
  • Asexuality
  • Sexual Aversion Disorder
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Sexual Trauma
  • Gender Identity Issues
  • Questioning Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity
  • Fertility Issues and Sexuality
  • Sexual issues related to disease, illness, cancer, etc.
  • Relationship Issues
  • Lack of Confidence
  • Therapy to clients who identify as kink or interested
  • Counseling to clients who identify as polyamorous

How does online sex therapy work?

All services are delivered through telehealth/telemedicine, meaning we do not meet in the same room. There are a few ways that this can occur but most commonly it is using video conferencing technology where we see each other face-to-face using a HIPAA secure and encrypted video conferencing program, or sometimes we will speak over the phone.

Why would I want to do online therapy?

Teletherapy/telemedicine, although not “traditional” in the sense of face-to-face therapy, is a very beneficial modality for a variety of clients.  Distance therapy may be a good choice for a variety of clients, including but not limited to:

  • Clients that are not geographically close to a qualified therapist
  • Clients who do not have access to a specialist (such as a sex therapist)
  • Clients who are unable to attend therapy sessions (due to illness, health issues, mobility issues, transportation issues)
  • Clients who may require an extra layer of confidentiality, privacy, or emotional safety
  • Clients with busy schedules that cannot make regular appointment times (clients who travel, commute, etc.)

Who is Distance Therapy NOT Appropriate For?

Teletherapy would not be appropriate for anyone who has severe mental health concerns; is actively or recently suicidal, homicidal, or violent; high-conflict couples; clients with poor or challenging boundary issues; and clients who could be better served using a different modality.

I offer online sex therapy, telehealth/telemedicine and in-person counseling.

Due to regulations, I currently only work with individuals living in Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania (states in which I hold professional licenses).

Please contact me to request a free consultation online.

Book a free 15-minute initial phone consultation today.

Fill out a secure form (sent with encryption via ProtonMail) and I will get back with you shortly.


“Kim is an attuned empathic gifted therapist. She listens with compassion and adds her insight when appropriate. She is very understanding and wise. I would highly recommend her!”

Michelle D., NYC 10016


“You will leave your sessions with Kimberly feeling empowered and truer to yourself. She will work with you to give you the tools that you will keep and use for life when you feel what’s in front of you is insurmountable. You will never feel judged. You will be understood. I would recommend her to anyone who wants to finally set themselves free and find their truest potential within themselves, through their relationships, and professionally.”

R.S., New York, NY 10016


“I just want to say thank you for all you have done for me. I appreciate it more than you know. You are great and have helped me a lot over the past couple of months. It is great to have a stranger to talk to, who listens and is honest and cares. When you are in a rut or having a hard time – someone like you is just what is needed.”

S.R., New Hope, 18938


"I have had the privilege to know Kimberly both professionally and personally since 2003. She is a dedicated, compassionate, and non-judgmental Therapist. Her style is personal, empathetic, and always in tune with the needs of the client. Kimberly continues to further her skills by attending workshops, events, and mentoring aspiring therapists. She is an asset to the counseling and healing profession. If you are in the process of self-discovery or having difficulty coping with life’s ups and downs you will not be disappointed with Kimberly’s work. She’s a fantastic person and a talented professional.”

Anna, New York City 10016


“Kim is instantly easy to talk to, and makes you feel comfortable right away. She really cares about what you have to say. Not only does she help people understand themselves better, she guides you through techniques that help you really take the healing process in.”

Kim S.


“I can never thank you enough for helping me open up and begin to trust people again. You have helped me overcome my bulimia and eliminate secrets from my marriage. I admire your patience and wisdom and will think of your encouraging words often. Thank you.”

K.B., Doylestown, 18901


“I would like to thank you for all that you have done for me over the last few months. I can actually say that I feel better than I can ever remember. You helped me change my life. Thank you for never judging me (something I am always fearful of), and for showing me and allowing me to be the person that was trapped inside – and for helping me become that person.”