Sex Therapy For Women*

Are you a woman or *vulva-having person interested feeling more empowered in your sexuality?

 

  • Longing for a better understanding of your body and what gives you pleasure?
  • Wanting a more joyful sexual life? More comfort with solo sex?
  • Ready to let go of sex-negative messages and embrace sex positivity?
  • Excited to improve your sexual communication skills?
  • Seeking support with accepting your sexual identity?
  • Curious about opening up your relationship or exploring kink?

 

You’re ready to be more sexually empowered, but don’t know where to start or who to talk to.

 

Dr. Lindsey Brooks | Licensed Psychologist | San Francisco CA

 

You feel like there is something missing from your sex life but you’re not quite sure what. You’re not having the typical challenges you hear about like sexual pain but are in fact still longing for something more in your sex life. You’re not sure who to talk to about it and don’t have many friends you are comfortable bringing it up with. Maybe you got sexually shaming messages growing up from family or religion, and you need help figuring out what you want to let go of and what you want to hold on to. Even women who are clear in their sexual interests can have a hard time speaking up or communicating with their partner(s) about it. It can be scary to broach such a personal subject. Not knowing if how your partner(s) will respond negatively or if they will even get upset by you voicing your needs. Sex therapy is a great tool to help you learn about your sexual needs, desires, and beliefs, and build the strategies to communicate effectively with your partner(s) about it all!

 

Imagine connecting with your sexuality in a new and deeper way.

 

Imagine discovering how to cultivate more pleasure in your life without shame. Imagine owning that you desire pleasure. Imagine fostering reciprocal pleasure with your partner(s) and confidently communicating your needs.

When you begin to allow yourself to truly know your genuine sexual self, things begin to change. You move out of the cycle you are stuck in and find a new way. Therapy with me will help you feel more joyful and empowered in your sex life.

 

 

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Questions?

You might be thinking, “I don’t have time to go to therapy, I’m too busy. Sex isn’t that important anyway”.
That’s why I offer virtual appointments to fit your busy schedule. Your sexual well-being can have a big impact on your self-confidence, your emotional health, physical health, and  sense of self in all parts of your life. 

I’m nervous about talking about sex. How will you help me feel comfortable?
It’s totally normal to be nervous to talk about sex. Most of us are taught at a young age that it is taboo. I will help you feel comfortable by taking our conversations at your pace and within your comfort zone. My goal is to help you discover your genuine sexual self and for you to lead a pleasure-filled life.

*You say you work only with women in sex therapy. What about trans and non-binary folks? 
The words “woman” and “women” being used on my website reflects the limitations of our language. I welcome any vulva-having person however they define their gender to my sex therapy practice. If this fits you, please reach out!

You’re ready to feel sexually empowered.

You may feel like you don’t have time for therapy. You find it hard to let yourself slow down. You struggle to give yourself permission to nurture yourself. But I’m here to tell you, you deserve pleasure! Let me help you…

 

Find your sexual voice.

Get out of the cycle you are stuck in and let’s find a new way together.

 

Contact Me

I help underrepresented achievers believe they are enough. Imagine experiencing more peace in your life, trusting yourself more, and allowing yourself to be imperfect once in a while. You can find your voice and feel more grounded, balanced, and resilient.

Address:  

815 Hyde St, Suite #317, San Francisco, CA 94109

Phone:  415-737-5540