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Connection & Confidence, Increase Desire, Reconcile After An Affair, And Overcome Challenges.

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Christian Sex Therapy & Marriage Counseling

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Porn & Sex Addiction

The age of the internet has fueled an explosion of pornography and sexual addiction that has devastated many marriages. If you’ve discovered your spouse watching porn the emotions are overwhelming- Fear, insecurity, humiliation, rage.

If you have been caught acting out sexually you probably feel a mix of emotions – relieved for the secret to finally be out and terrified of losing your relationship.

You don’t have to travel this road alone. You may not yet know whether you want to stay in your relationship or not. We can help either way.

Affair Recovery

Discovering you’re being cheated on may be the most painful experience of your life. Often the pain of betrayal begins long before you know for sure, with the nagging suspicion that something isn’t right.

So what do you do now? Divorce and move on with your life? Try to get past the affair and reconcile your relationship? We’ve helped couples do both.

Every situation is unique. Fortunately we’ve navigated thousands of crises with couples, so we know how to help you decide what you want and how to achieve it.

To help you get started in the right direction, our affair recovery specialists have written a 6 part series entitled: Affair Recovery Guide

If you’ve just discovered your spouses affair…

Sexual Satisfaction

Most people don’t desire to do things they don’t enjoy. Thus, if you REALLY enjoy sex – you’ll want to do it often. If you don’t – you won’t.

God designed the human body to really enjoy sex – female bodies even more than male – so if you don’t REALLY enjoy sex, something is wrong.

The cause may be something biological or a very normal reaction to one of a few common life experiences that can get in the way of sexual enjoyment. Or, you just might not know how to connect with and enjoy your body.

Anorgasmia, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, lack of arousal, and sexual naivety are just a few of the problems we commonly treat.

Whatever the case, our sex therapists know how to troubleshoot your sexual difficulties and form a plan to get you to a very rewarding sex life.

Arousal disorders —inability to become physically aroused or excited during sexual activity

  • Female Sexual Arousal Disorder: Absent or reduced sexual excitement or pleasure during most sexual activity. Lack of sexual interest or arousal in response to internal or external cues, such as a spouse’s attempts to initiate sexual activity.
  • Male Sexual Arousal Disorder: Difficulty achieving or maintaining physical arousals, such as erections (ED), or premature ejaculation (PE).

Orgasm disorders —delay or absence of orgasm (climax)

Desire Differences

Feeling rejected sexually hurts. It can leave you feeling unloved, unwanted, guilty, and inadequate. Over time these feelings erode away at the affection in a relationship, eventually leaving it cold and distant.

In 80% of couples the husband is the higher desire spouse, the other 20% (1 in 5 couples) the wife desires sex more frequently. In about 100% of couples the desired frequency for sexual connection is different between spouses.

So how do you navigate desire differences in a way that feels good to both and doesn’t leave anyone feeling rejected? We can help with that.

Desire disorders —lack of sexual desire or interest in sex

  • Female Sexual Interest Disorder: Absent or reduced interest in sexual activity, thoughts, or fantasies. Reduced or no initiation of sex.
  • Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: Reduced or absent sexual thoughts, fantasies, and desire for sexual activity.

Physically Painful Sex

Sex shouldn’t be painful. Sure you might enjoy some playful roughness, but it shouldn’t actually hurt.

Healthy people don’t enjoy real pain, so if sex really hurts or is very uncomfortable – you’re not going to enjoy sex. So you’re not going to want to have sex with your spouse.

There’s a number of reasons why sex might be uncomfortable or painful – we can help you troubleshoot what the issue is and give you practical solutions for fixing it.

Pain disorders — pain during intercourse (Dyspareunia)

  • Atrophic Vaginitis: vaginal atrophy due to low estrogen levels
  • Vestibulodynia: (formerly called The Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome) refers to pain which is limited specifically to the vulvar vestibule causing pain at the opening of the vagina
  •  Interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome (IC/PBS): bladder pain, frequency, nocturia, and urinary urgency causing pain during sex
  • Vaginismus/Pelvic Floor Hypertonus: the chronic spasm of the muscles of the female pelvic floor
  •  Vulvar Dermatologic Conditions: dermatologic conditions which may affect the vulva and causing pain during sex
  • Endometriosis: the most common cause of chronic pelvic pain in women

Lost Love

Lost that loving feeling? Sometimes the grind of ongoing conflict and unfulfilled needs in a relationship lead to a “falling out of love” that also means “I don’t want to have sex with you.”

Sex is something that two people madly in love with each other, all things being equal, want to share with each other. If our relationship has deteriorated to the point where we’re not even friends, being lovers is out of the question.

Sometimes the pathway to a passionate relationship starts with learning to love again.

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  • Risk Free Guarantee for Online | If after attending your first session you decide online counseling isn’t for you, we’ll give you a full refund – simple as that.
  • Biblically Christian | Our counselors believe the Bible is God’s Word and are personally committed to following Jesus. Most have been pastors, missionaries, or are seminary trained.
  • Clinically Proven | Our counselors are trained in Evidenced-Based therapies from a Trauma Informed model based in Attachment, Object Relations, and Psychodynamic Theory. Specifically we train in Schema Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP).

  • Email & Text Appointment Reminders | Our scheduling software will automatically send out reminders to you via email and text so you never miss a session.
  • Online or In-Person  | Attend therapy sessions In-Person at one of our offices or Online via our encrypted HIPPA compliant tele-health video software – Whichever is most convenient for you.
  • Flexible Scheduling | Appointments available 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday – Friday, with some limited Saturday availability.
  • Change Therapists at Anytime | Counseling is very personal. If you don’t feel a connection with your therapist, you can switch at any time, no questions asked.

You can also call us between 9 am and 5 pm CT, Monday – Friday to schedule an appointment. 


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