Los Angeles Sex Therapist & Psychotherapist
As a Los Angeles Sex Therapist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I provide Sex Therapy, Erectile Dysfunction Therapy and General Psychotherapy in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. My approach includes a combination of challenging self defeating thoughts, uncovering how your family and childhood may have impacted you, incorporating mindfulness techniques, and learning new behaviors to begin to live the life you deserve!
In addition to specializing in Sex Therapy and Erectile Dysfunction Therapy, I work with clients struggling with Grief and Loss, Adult Children of Alcoholics or Dysfunctional Families, Depression, Anxiety, Codependency, Relationship or Couple Issues, and I offer premarital counseling.
Whether you identify with any of the above issues, or you are simply looking to create positive changes in your life, today you are one step closer to a new you–a “you” who feels empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being.
Please call or email me for an individual or couples therapy consultation today.
Couples Sex Therapy concerns can include: Lack of Sex, Decreased Desire, Coping with a Partner’s Sexual Concerns, Recovering from Infidelity & More
Certified Los Angeles Sex Therapist & Marriage and Family Therapist
Natalie is a Los Angeles Sex Therapist certified through the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). She has undergone the rigorous training required to earn the title of Certified Sex Therapist and adheres to the ethical standards of AASECT, and is an active member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT). MFC 53017.
Sex Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses more specifically on sexual concerns. It requires special training and knowledge to address sexual dysfunction concerns, explore sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender, and to provide education and access to sexuality resources.
I have both sexual concerns as well as other problems I'd like help with. Do I need to see two therapists?
Therapy is most beneficial when attended weekly. The first few sessions are an opportunity for you and I to get to know each other. I will conduct an intake which includes questions about your health, mood, family history, personal beliefs, and sexual and relationship histories. Once we have completed these questions, I will have a better picture of who you are and how I can help. There may be weeks when it feels like “I have nothing to talk about today.” These are often the days we will be able to dive the deepest, as there is no immediate problem solving or crisis management needed. For clients who have attended therapy for a long time, it may be appropriate at a certain point to move to every other week. For newer clients, every other week therapy often results in a lot of “catching up” and can prevent us from being able to explore some of the deeper relational or behavioral issues that you were initially seeking help for.