Sex therapy, counselling, or a sexuality consultation can provide individuals and relationships insight to a number of questions or concerns. These concerns can be physiological or about sexual function, psychological or emotional, sexual or gender identity, as well as relationship issues. At times, there is a combination of several issues and concerns.
If therapy is not what you are looking for or may be contraindicated (or not appropriate), a consultation, a coaching session, or an opportunity to share what’s on your mind regarding gender, sex, or sexual health are all welcomed. You will be met with understanding, compassion, and openness. One or a few sessions may be all that you need.Click here for more information
Feeling unsure or uncertain whether sex therapy is the right service for you? Chances are that your question is commonly asked. A list of commonly asked questions have been compiled to help you determine whether this service is a good fit. Alternatively, you are welcome to call Dr. Malone for more information or to discuss your concerns. Should it not be a good fit, Dr. Malone will be happy to provide names of other therapists or service providers. What’s most important is resolving your concerns and having your questions answered.Click here for more information
Whether you are in healthcare, social services, education, or corporate sectors, building your professional capacity on sexual health is fundamental in order to better reflect the diversity of your clients and patients, and for quality service delivery.
Learn more about human sexuality, practices and protocols, or how to provide client-centred sexual healthcare. Dr. Malone and his professional sexual education associates have delivered high quality presentations and workshops throughout North America.Click here for more information