Low Desire: Getting Your Fancy Back

Sexual desire is actually complicated.  Many conditions can cause loss of libido—some are purely physiological, like normal aging, others are hormonal and can result from medical conditions or medications, some are relational and can be the result of long term dysfunctional patterns in a relationship, still other causes might involve past trauma or emotional blocks.  Whatever the cause of low desire, it affects the relationship.  The best treatment is integrative care where the mental, emotional, and physical aspects of the problem are treated in a coordinated fashion with medical providers who communicate and consult with one another.  DrSara maintains close ties to the medical community through memberships in medical societies such as the Sexual Medicine Society of North American (SMSNA, ISSM, and ISSWSH) and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).  Dr. Sara has presented papers and workshops at medical societies locally, nationally, and internationally.

Learn to Master The 4 bridges to Sexual Desire

A sex therapist can help you develop and integrate all four bridges to sexual desire.

     1. The visual bridge

     2. The emotional bridge

     3. The sensory bridge

     4. The imagination bridge

Sex Therapy with Dr. Sara

Dr. Sara Rosenquist is a Board Certified Clinical Health Psychologist (ABPP) and Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Health Psychology (FACHP).  She is a sex therapist certified by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), and an approved consultant, certified in the practice of hypnosis by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH).   DrSara helps families, couples and individuals with hypnosis, sex therapy, marital therapy, marriage counseling, sex addiction, postpartum depression, and infertility issues. She is the author of “After The Stork: The Couple’s Guide to Preventing and Overcoming Postpartum Depression”, and enjoys working with clients from her office in Cary, NC.

Dr. Sara Rosenquist