The Healthy Sexuality Program
The Healthy Sexuality
Program is for anyone who wants to enjoy happy, healthy sexuality and sexual
The Healthy Sexuality
Program comes in two forms:
Sexual Soothing is a
one hour session in which you share your issues and concerns, we discuss your
ideal outcomes, and I offer my insights and suggestions for how to achieve
Sexual Sustenance is a three
month (12 session) program in which we address your issues and concerns systemically and
Our first meeting will be a
one hour intake session where we get to know each other better where we discuss
your significant life events, health or body issues you may have, your mental and
emotional states, your significant relationships, and your spirituality/finding meaning
in life needs.
We will discuss your sexuality,
including your sexual history, your sexual preferences, and any sexual trouble
spots. We will conclude with
discussing what your ideal life would look like in order to create your
personal goals for our work together.
Our sessions will be
personalized and tailored to you. We will
identify any impediments that are preventing you from achieving your goals, and we will systematically fix every one of them.
This may involve transforming limiting beliefs into affirming ones, or
healing traumatic situations in your past, releasing negative emotions, or
releasing unconscious self sabotage patterns.
In any case, Dr. Dexter's approach is gentle but direct.
At the conclusion of each
session, you may be given a personalized treatment plan to include recommendations
for vitamins, supplements, herbs, and/or homeopathic remedies. You may also be given homework assignments of
reading books, watching videos, yoga, meditation, relaxation exercises, or
other specific tasks. Your homework will
be uniquely tailored to your needs.
The Healthy Sexuality Program does not involve
any nudity or sexual contact between us.
You may be given sexual homework assignments to complete in the privacy
of your home, however.
Issues The Healthy Sexuality Program Addresses:
Low or no sexual desire
Lack of sexual arousal
Lack of orgasm
Pain during sex
Sex at menopause
Sex at andropause (“male menopause”)
Sex and aging
Male and female sexual anatomy
Sexual health, including breast health and genital
Coping with chronic health problems’ impact on your
Sex after surgery
Contraception/birth control options
Dating and relationships
Communicating about sex with your partner and/or with
Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections (STDs/STIs)
Stale sex life
Accepting your body
Sexual guilt and shame