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Rockford, Illinois therapist: Dr. Evelyn Comber, psychologist
Sex Therapy

Dr. Evelyn Comber

Psychologist, L.C.P.C., Ph.D., M.A., M.P.C., M.H.S., B.G.S.
I chose this specialty because KINK wasn't an option available to choose. And sex therapy came closest. I specialize in helping the KINK population. If you are involved in BDSM/ds, consensual non-monogamy, poly or other alternate sexualities - I can help with your various issues without making it all about your particular KINK. Give me a call.  
28 Years Experience
In-Person Near Crystal Lake, IL
Online in Illinois
Naperville, Illinois therapist: Polaris Counseling, licensed clinical social worker
Sex Therapy

Polaris Counseling

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Welcome to Polaris Counseling! We are a group practice consisting of fully licensed counselors and social workers. Our mission is to provide high quality counseling services to individuals, couples and families in a professional, non-judgmental, and friendly environment at an affordable cost to you!  
18 Years Experience
In-Person Near Crystal Lake, IL
Chicago, Illinois therapist: Dr. Adam Shafer, psychologist
Sex Therapy

Dr. Adam Shafer

Psychologist, Psy. D., M.A.
Matters of intimacy can be physical in nature that, in some ways, connect with our emotional lives and can become more complicated as we grow into our relationships with others.  
Online in Illinois
Champaign, Illinois therapist: Jenn Aardsma, licensed professional counselor
Sex Therapy

Jenn Aardsma

Licensed Professional Counselor, LCPC, CST
Sex and sexuality are such important and vulnerable parts of the human experience, and I enjoy bringing openness, compassion, and informed expertise to this sometimes lonely subject.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Illinois
Chicago, Illinois therapist: Best Therapies, Inc., therapist
Sex Therapy

Best Therapies, Inc.

The majority of therapists receive little to no training on talking about sexuality issues. A lot of couples come in to therapy to talk about their sex life, and spend months on fighting more fairly. Obviously, conflict and connection are two components to address, but sometimes folks get along great and have lost their sexual connection and some folks who fight all the time have a great sex life. Individuals often times want to share their difficulty, weird, or simply amazing sexual encounters with their therapist so they can process the experiences, but feel stifled or embarrassed to bring it up with a therapist who has never seemed open or interested. Well, screw that. (Pun intended.) (We’re sorry.)  
4 Years Experience
Online in Illinois