Best Sex Therapists Near Me In Rhode Island

Find the best sex therapists in Rhode Island. The following therapists and psychologists are specialists in sex therapy, which is a type of talk therapy devoted to supporting individuals and couples around sex and sexual satisfaction. Sex therapists are trained to treat a variety of concerns, including lack of sexual desire, sexual fears, problems with intimacy, sexual functioning, and issues related to gender identity or sexual orientation. Sex therapists use a mix of approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based practices, and will often assign “homework” to encourage clients to practice new behaviors between sessions.

Therapy sessions with a sex therapist are usually 45 minutes - 1 hour long. Sex therapy isn’t just for couples – you aren’t required to be in a relationship to see a sex therapist, nor attend sessions with your partner(s) if you are.

Find vetted sex therapists below. Click on any therapist to watch an introductory video and book a free initial call to find a great fit! To expand your search, add fee ranges you can afford under ‘Payment options’ and try including ‘Online video sessions’ under ‘Locations’ too.

Sex Therapists in Rhode Island

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How to find a sex therapist in Rhode Island

What should I look for in a sex therapist in Rhode Island?

While therapists can differ in their approaches to treating sexual issues, all sex therapists should have training and experience specifically in sex therapy, which you can find by looking into the therapist’s background, education, and specialties. Some providers, for example, are certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), which means that they’ve had specialized training, fulfilled academic and licensure requirements, and are required to receive ongoing education in the best practices of treating sex therapy.

Additionally, it’s important to find a sex therapist right for you and one you feel confident speaking with, especially since many topics in sex therapy may feel uncomfortable.

What types of challenges can sex therapists help with?

Sex therapists can help individuals and couples with a wide variety of concerns related to sex and sexual satisfaction. Some common issues include relationship challenges, lack of sexual desire, problems with intimacy, sexual functioning, erectile dysfunction, issues related to gender identity or sexual orientation, sexual discrepancies between you and your partner, and sex addiction. Regardless of your presenting concern, sex therapy is a fabulous way to prioritize your sexual health and well-being.