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Christian Sex Therapy



Let's start with the principle that sex is God’s idea and was designed by Him.


God created us, and He created us as sexual beings.


God guides us so that sex can enjoy sex to its fullest potential.


God wants us to be at peace with our sexuality.


If we sexually stray for God's plan, sex can quickly become the source of unending pain and strife. When God’s gift is abused or distorted by our own personal choices or by the harmful action of others, the outcomes are full of hurt, shame, secrecy, and the destruction of your most precious relationship.

The consequences can feel devastating.


Because we serve a loving God, we can heal our most broken parts of our lives. And this certainly includes our sexuality.


We help couples in the following areas:

  • Uneven or low sexual desire, understanding and addressing the reasons including low libido, fatigue, busyness, lack of emotional connection, physical pain, and beliefs about sex

  • Sexual fulfillment, including learning to enjoy sex, reaching orgasm, erectile disfunction, and premature ejaculation

  • Sexual self-confidence (feeling personally adequate)

  • Sexual couples-confidence (feeling confidence with each other)

  • Sexual trauma, including recovery from sexual abuse, rape or other sexual violations 

  • Sexual physical pain / dyspareunia / vaginismus (pain only at sexual entry/penetration, pain with every penetration, including putting in a tampon, deep pain during thrusting, burning pain or aching pain, throbbing pain lasting hours after intercourse)

  • Sexual emotional pain (pain related to concerns about physical appearance, fear of intimacy, wounds from past relationships, and/or stress)

  • Pornography and Sex addiction (understanding the hold pornography or sexual acting-out behaviors can have by glamorizing sex and normalizing lust. Using compassionate Christian counseling to release the shame and restore boundaries, safety and healthy sex.)


The team at Christian Couples Counseling Center is honored to serve you in working on this sacred and tender topic. Our hope is to offer:

  • the Healing power of the Holy Spirit,

  • God's Word to bring truth and direction, and

  • professional sex therapy principles (that are consistent with God's Word).

Please contact us so that we can support you with Biblically Christian professional sex therapy.


If you want to learn more on your own, consider these resources:

Intended for Pleasure by Ed Wheat

Sex for Christians: The Limits and Liberties of Sexual Living
by Lewis B. Smedes

For Fidelity: How Intimacy and Commitment Enrich Our Lives
by Catherine M. Wallace

Christian Cosmo: The Sex Talk You Never Had by Phylicia Masonheimer

Intimate Issues by Linda Dillow and Lorraine Pintus

What’s Up With the Fig Leaves? by Heather Thieneman

25 Questions About Sex and Intimacy by Dr. Juli Slattery

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