Sex Therapy

Intimacy…in & out of the bedroom

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Sex Therapy

Get more out of your sex life.  Experience or renew sexual pleasure.  We’ll help you.

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Continuing Education

Unique  sex therapy training–all APA, BRN, & AASECT approved.

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Relationships

Single, dating, or committed, let us help you experience more fun and less frustration.

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Books & Speaking

Find out about Dr. Buehler’s books and speaking engagements.

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Professional.

Compassionate.

Judgment Free.

Psychologist Specializing in Sexuality & Relationships

Director Dr. Stephanie Buehler is a licensed psychologist and AASECT-Certified Sex Therapist / Supervisor with degrees from UCLA, USC, Pepperdine, and California School of Professional Psychology.

Dr. Buehler's Writings

Dr. Buehler is the author of the newly published book What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know about Sex.  She has also kept The Blog Erotic for several years; read The Blog Erotic to learn all kinds of information.

All Are Welcome

Any culture or religion, any age or stage of life, any type of relationship, any kind of sexual concern.  With compassion, we help couples after an affair, men and women recovering from sexual abuse, and sex and pornography addiction, and more.

Learn Sex Therapy

The Buehler Institute is an approved provider of continuing education for psychotherapists. Dr. Buehler also supervises therapists who are seeking AASECT certification.

Reconnect with your partner.

Rekindle your flame.

What Happens in Sex Therapy?

Sex therapy is psychotherapy specialized in helping individuals and couples with sex and relationship problems.  The more accurate term is “sex psychotherapist,” as all sex therapists are licensed.  A sex therapist is able to figure out sex and relationship issues, but also any type of problem from depression to AD/HD.  There is never any touching by the therapist. Sex therapy is talk therapy.  Dr. Buehler will ask you about the problem, when it started, and what you’ve tried to do to make it better.  She will take a history of your past relationships.  Then a custom treatment plan will be created.

This may include psychotherapy, reading books and articles, and/or activities for you to try, alone or with a partner.  Most people who enter sex therapy are satisfied, or very satisfied, with their decision to get help.

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What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know About Sex
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Discover the secrets that every mental health professional needs to know about sex.
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What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know About Sex
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Discover the secrets that every mental health professional needs to know about sex.
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