Defining Sex “Sex” can be difficult to define. Most often, when we refer to sex in this society, we are talking about penetrative sexual intercourse. But sex can include other acts as well including oral sex and foreplay. Foreplay itself … Read More
A healthy sex life isn’t determined by frequency. When it comes to a good sex life, quality is far more important than quantity. If you and your partner are only making love once a month, but you’re both satisfied, you’re … Read More
When To See a Sex Therapist Sex therapy may seem like a taboo topic, but it’s just like any other therapy. It’s designed to help an individual or couples with emotionally and psychosocially driven sexual issues. Contrary to popular belief, … Read More
LTR’s can be hard work Maintaining a long-term relationship (or LTR) is hard work; in the face of challenges, couples must have open lines of communication, the ability to have honest discussions, and the willingness to actively engage with … Read More
As a marriage and family therapist it was hard to miss Alain de Botton’s New York Times’ article “Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person.” In session couples mentioned the article, some with horror and some with relief. “If … Read More
Have you ever wondered “Why is it that my relationships never seem to last? Is it about me or is it about the partners I have had? You might have caught a previous post we posted about the topic … Read More
All that’s happened! Two years ago we had this idea that North Brooklyn could benefit from a quality therapy practice serving the needs of individuals and couples. We had a thought that there was a need, but we had … Read More
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