Sex Therapy for Women
Do you feel a lack of desire or interest in sex? Is sexual intercourse painful? Are you experiencing a life or relationship change that is affecting your sexuality?
It is completely normal and natural to experience changes in your sexuality (even daily!) depending upon your mood, health, hormones, and lifestyle.
Perhaps you have heard the statistic that “43% of women have sexual dysfunction”. That puts a negative stigma on a woman’s sexual concerns, and for Dr. Chavez, that is unacceptable. The reality is, 100% of women have sexual concerns. These concerns are absolutely nothing to be ashamed of – and they cannot be helped; they are an integral part of being human!
The good news is, these concerns can all be addressed and overcome with the proper education and resources. The first step is to talk about your concerns and issues with a professional who specializes in women’s sexual concerns.
Dr. Chavez provides a comfortable space for you to ask questions and talk about your sexual concerns in a judgment-free zone. Depending upon your upbringing, culture, religion, past experiences, and more, you may bring some misconceptions to the table. Dr. Chavez will debunk those myths and empower you with the proper mindset, behaviors, and techniques to overcome your barriers to sexual health.
Sexual health concerns are common
When working with women on overcoming sexual concerns, it is important to use an integrated approach that incorporates understanding the roles of both mind and body.
Medical doctors and therapists that are not specialized in sexuality are often limited in the assessment and treatment of sexual concerns for women. Dr. Chavez takes into account all of a woman’s needs that are essential for healthy sexuality.
Dr. Chavez and you will explore your sexual concerns in a safe and comfortable environment. She will provide the proper education and treatment interventions to help you overcome your barriers to sexual wellness and overall well-being.
Here are some common sexual concerns of women:
- Low sexual desire
- Orgasm concerns
- Performance anxiety
- Pain during sexual activity
- Vaginismus (an involuntary spasm of the muscles surrounding the vagina, which closes the vagina)
- Vulvodynia (chronic pain around the vulvar area with no known cause)
- Low Sexual Self-Esteem
- Sexual Identity Concerns
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Patterns in relationships that result in negative consequences
- Serial relationships (also called “serial monogamy”)
- Rejection of love and intimacy
- Body image concerns
- Sexual Shame
- Sexual abuse and sexual trauma
Here’s what one female client had to say about Dr. Chavez:
Dr. Chavez has been a blessing in my life. She is very knowledgeable in her field and thorough in her explanations. I truly appreciate her empathy. She has such a pleasant and welcoming nature, which helps when it comes to this particular subject matter. She has given me the tools needed to increase my self-confidence and has improved my sex life significantly! Love her. Thanks for what you do Dr. Chavez!! – A.T., Female, 35
Contact Dr. Chavez today with your concerns about sex therapy for women. We look forward to meeting you!