Sex Therapy

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Certified Sex Therapist / Sex Therapy in the Greater Milwaukee Area

Dr. Stone is a Certified Sex Therapist and is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH). She is also an AASECT Certified Sex Therapy Supervisor, in which she supervises other practitioners in becoming certified.

As part of her practice, she works with individuals and couples experiencing sexual difficulties. With 94% of individuals reporting that sexual intimacy is one of the most important things in their relationships/life – Dr. Stone feels it is important to address any concerns related to sexual functioning and to help individuals lead a healthy sexual lifestyle.

Dr. Stone focuses on what the individual expresses as their primary concern and the emotional impact that accompanies problems related to sexual intimacy, and takes a collaborative approach working with the individual and their entire health care team in individualizing a treatment plan.

Sexual Health and Relationship Services

Dr. Stone offers a wide range of sexual health and relationship services to help couples and individuals achieve optimal sexual health and satisfaction.

Dr. Stone addresses the psycho-sexual complications of:

Sexual Function Issues

• Arousal problems
• Delayed orgasm
• Impotence/Erectile dysfunction
• Inability to achieve orgasm (at all)
• Inability to achieve orgasm from intercourse
• Low sex drive/Incompatible sexual desire
• Menopausal symptoms
• Pelvic pain (Painful sex)
• Premature ejaculation
• Sex aversion
• Sexual dysfunction due to chronic illness (Cancer, Diabetes, heart disease, chronic pain, etc)
• Sexual dysfunction due to medication

Behavioral Issues

• Compulsive masturbation
• Compulsive Affairs
• Conflict regarding sexual interests/behaviors
• Fetishism (if problematic or causing conflict)
• Pornography Addiction
• Sex Addiction

Relationship Dynamics

• Learning how to communicate with your partner
• Learning how to communicate with your partner about sex
• Infertility/Pregnancy Loss
• Overcoming Infidelity
• Premarital Counseling
• Unconsummated Relationships

Life Transitions

• Adjustment to marriage
• Adjustment to parenthood
• Separation/Divorce
• Post Partum Depression/Anxiety
• Emotional and/or sexual reconnection with spouse after kids go to college or move out
• Sex and the aging process
• Adjusting to an empty nest
• Retirement and beyond

What is Sex Therapy About?

Sex therapy is about identifying and addressing the sources of a sexual problem or issue and then working towards a resolution that leads to happiness and a healthy sex life.

Whether the source of the sexual issues is past trauma, stress, fear, a medical issue, or simply a lack of knowledge, we will focus on the source(s) and aspects of your life causing the problem to promote healing and connecting or re-connecting with your partner on a happy and healthy emotional and physical level.

AASECT Position Statement – Sex Addiction

“Founded in 1967, the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) is devoted to the promotion of sexual health by the development and advancement of the fields of sexual education, counseling and therapy. With this mission, AASECT accepts the responsibility of training, certifying and advancing high standards in the practice of sexuality education services, counseling and therapy. When contentious topics and cultural conflicts impede sexual education and health care, AASECT may publish position statements to clarify standards to protect consumer sexual health and sexual rights.

AASECT recognizes that people may experience significant physical, psychological, spiritual and sexual health consequences related to their sexual urges, thoughts or behaviors. AASECT recommends that its members utilize models that do not unduly pathologize consensual sexual problems. AASECT 1) does not find sufficient empirical evidence to support the classification of sex addiction or porn addiction as a mental health disorder, and 2) does not find the sexual addiction training and treatment methods and educational pedagogies to be adequately informed by accurate human sexuality knowledge. Therefore, it is the position of AASECT that linking problems related to sexual urges, thoughts or behaviors to a porn/sexual addiction process cannot be advanced by AASECT as a standard of practice for sexuality education delivery, counseling or therapy.

AASECT advocates for a collaborative movement to establish standards of care supported by science, public health consensus and the rigorous protection of sexual rights for consumers seeking treatment for problems related to consensual sexual urges, thoughts or behaviors.”

To learn more, visit  AASECT at .

Sexual Health Seminars

In addition to providing therapy for sexual dysfunction, Dr. Stone also conducts seminars related to sexual health and wellness of all ages for clinical professionals, students and the community.

To find out more about sex therapy services offered in the Milwaukee area, or would like to discuss hosting a sexualhealth seminar, Contact Dr. Stone Here or call 262-689-6140.