Sex Therapy, Intimacy Counselling, Sexuality Education

Sex and sexuality can be difficult to talk about. It can feel uncomfortable, frustrating and embarrassing especially if we don't know how or where to begin.

Our daily lives, including our relationships, can put a tremendous strain on our intimate and sexual connections. Many people have shouldered the weight of these concerns and have felt stuck, powerless and hopeless. Others have asked themselves: "Can it ever get better?", "Will I always feel this way?" or "Are we like other average couples?"

It's important to know that by paying attention and being more aware of the issues that affect our sexuality, we can live healthier, happier and more connected to ourselves and in our relationships.

Because the topic of sex and sexuality continues to be taboo, feelings of nervousness and discomfort are common. Know that you are not alone in your feelings. Our work together will help provide hope, choices and understanding so that you can fully appreciate your sexuality and your sexual potential whether you are single or are in a relationship.

Your sexuality, sex life, sexual health and intimate connections matter. I am committed to providing personalized attention in a supportive, compassionate and comfortable environment. Together, we will work to resolve your concerns, have your questions answered, and enrich your intimate and erotic experiences. I look forward to meeting you."

- Reece Malone, DHS, MPH, CSE, CST


My office is located at the North Trauma & Resource Centre located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I hold a degree in sociology with a focus on gender and sexuality, a Masters of Public Health (MPH) and a Doctorate of Human Sexuality (DHS). I am a Certified Sex Therapist (CST), a Certified Sexuality Educator (CSE) and Certified Sexologist (ACS). My background provides a broad and insightful perspective on the complexity and diversity of human sexuality. I offer sex therapy and sexuality counseling, consultation, skills and strategies to individuals, couples and families, as well as public presentations, workshops, and professional development seminars. I (including my collaborative colleagues and associates), welcome to discuss all sexual lifestyles, sexual orientations/attractions, and gender identities.

As a respected sexuality educator and sexologist, I have delivered over 600 public speaking engagements throughout Canada and the United States. I am a published author, peer reviewer and have appeared on local and national television, radio, newsprint, and social media outlets including: 91.9 Fresh FM (Winnipeg), CBC National – television and radio, Global National, Canadian School Counsellor, Family Therapy Magazine, Men’s Journal, and Women/Men Magazine. Over the years I have been privileged to have worked with a number of national and international bodies as a consultant, resource and program developer to: The World Health  Organization/Pan American Health Organization, The Public Health Agency of Canada, The Alberta’s Children’s Hospital, The Canadian AIDS Treatment and Information Exchange as well as several other social and health service agencies, K-12 public schools, post-secondary education institutions, human resource agencies, and corporate businesses.

Whether you need support, understanding, sex or intimacy therapy, more sexuality knowledge, or to build your professional capacity, my team and I are committed to providing you with the best possible care and quality professional services. I welcome and work together with other sex therapists, marriage and family therapists, family physicians, nurse practitioners, counselors, faith leaders, elders, gynecologists, urologists, physiotherapists, as well as other allied health care providers.

Booking a private appointment or consultation does not require a medical referral. For your convenience, I am available in person, by phone, as well as Skype especially for clients outside of Winnipeg.