Free Sex Therapy Help

free sex therapyProfessional counseling is a big investment with a big benefits. It will cost you: time, energy, and money. In return you can…

  • Find healing for the hurting parts of your life
  • Enjoy more satisfying relationships
  • Learn how to better enjoy the sexual part of your life
  • Break destructive cycles
  • Better understand who you are as a sexual being
  • Gain the skills to be the best you possible

These Free Sex Therapy Resources – Recommendations can help you get the most out of your professional counseling experience.

 Helpful Sex Therapy Links

  • / Wendy Maltz
    -Wendy Maltz is a field recognized expert in sex therapy. She addresses issues of sexual healing and freedom from pornography & sexual addiction. Though Wendy does not teach from an explicitly Christian perspective, many of her resources are intensely helpful.
  • Bethesda Workshops
    -Marnie Ferree and the team at Bethesda Workshops have put together a world class 4 day intensive treatment program for men and women who struggle with pornography and sexual addiction. The program is extremely effective and affordable. This program is Biblically Christian and clinically solid. Highly recommended.
  • Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity (ISSI)
    -Mark Yarhouse and the Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity are the leading authorities on sexual identity issues including same-sex attraction and gender identity confusion. Their model for helping people with distressing same-sex attractions or gay, lesbian, bi-sexual issues (Sexual Identity Therapy) is cutting edge and completely compatible with the Christian faith.
  • The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse
    – The Sexual Healing Journey helps survivors to:

    • identify the sexual effects of abuse
    • create a positive meaning for sex
    • develop a healthy sexual self-concept
    • gain control over upsetting automatic reactions to touch and sex
    • stop negative sexual behaviors
    • improve intimacy with a partner
    • learn a new approach to touch and sex
    • resolve sexual functioning concerns
  • A Celebration of Sex for Newlyweds
    – NOT JUST FOR NEWLYWEDS. This is a guide to enjoying God’s gift of married sexual pleasure. A Celebration of Sex for Newlyweds answers specific, often unasked questions about sexual topics, and presents newly-married couples with detailed techniques and behavioral skills for learning sexual pleasure and intimate companionship. This book offers invaluable information in a professional yet sensitive style. If you have sex, or will be having sex, or hope to someday have sex ~ This book will help you! It maybe the best $10 you spend this year.
  • Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction
    – Dr. Mark Laaser is the leading Christian expert in sexual addiction. He and his wife (author of Shattered Vows) are founders of the ministry Faithful and True that helps thousands who struggle with pornography and sexual addiction through resources and workshops.
  • When Lost Men Come Home
    – This book offers a Christ-centered application of the powerful 12 steps, developed and popularized by the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous for those who struggle with pornography and sexual addiction. Dave Zailer has created a new, unique handbook for the journey, marrying the biblical context to the proven spiritual 12 steps program.
  • Shattered Vows: Hope and Healing for Women Who Have Been Sexually Betrayed
    – This sensitive and practical guide offers proven tools that help women struggling with sexual betrayal make wise and empowering decisions. Shattered Vows is inspired by the author’s personal journey through betrayal, her extensive work with hundreds of hurting women, and her intimate marriage two decades after the disclosure of her husband’s infidelity.
  • Sexual Identity: A Guide to Living in the Time Between the Times
    – Most people who attempt to change their homosexual attractions and behaviors experience only partial success despite their best efforts. Written for Christians whose beliefs and values support their work towards chastity, this book offers a unique look at how they can manage and develop their sexual identity through a number of practical strategies.
  • The Wounded Heart: Hope for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse
    – You may think you don’t know anyone who has been sexually abused, especially if most of your friends and acquaintances are Christians. But the statistics indicate otherwise. The Wounded Heart is an intensely personal and specific look at this most “soul deadening” form of abuse. Personal because it may be affecting you, your spouse, a close friend or neighbor, or someone you know well at church; and specific because it goes well beyond the general issues and solutions discussed in other books. Dr. Allender’s book reaches deep into the wounded heart of someone you know, exploring the secret lament of the soul damaged by sexual abuse and laying hold of the hope buried there by the One whose unstained image we all bear.

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About Josh Spurlock

Josh Spurlock, MA, LPC is Director of MyCounselor.Online.

MyCounselor.Online provides Biblically Christian and Clinically Proven Professional Counseling services. TRC is a multi-specialty professional counseling practice with 8 therapists in Springfield and Branson, Missouri offices. Josh specializes in Marriage Counseling, Sex Therapy, and Eating Disorder Treatment.


  1. I think my husband my be bisexual – how do I confront this

    • Josh Spurlock says:

      It’s really impossible to answer your question well in a blog post comment. I would encourage you to connect with a counselor that has specialized training in this area. They will know the right questions to ask to be able to provide you with answers that are helpful.

      Here is a link to a directory of Certified Sex Therapists with the American Board of Christian Sex Therapists (ABCST):

  2. squishy Turner says:

    Me and my bf want sex but my mind says yes I want it but my body says no and refuses it. Y?

    • Josh Spurlock says:

      It sounds like what your describing is what is called either an arousal disorder (where the body doesn’t physiologically arouse) or a pain disorder (where there is some sort of pain associated with sex).

      There can be a number of reasons why a person might experience an arousal disorder and/or pain disorder. Due to the complex nature of these kinds of disorders it’s usually best to work with a sex therapist that will know the right questions to ask to determine what is going on in your situation.

      You could also check out a self-help book like Restoring the Pleasure ( to troubleshoot common causes.

  3. gabriel says:

    I have premature eyaculation, what i need to do to make it better?

  4. Santialove says:

    I’m use to having sex for the wrong reasons. In order to boost my self esteem, control and confidence, never really for pleasure. Now I’m in this amazing relationship where the sex isn’t about that. But I’m having trouble letting go, and enjoying it. What can I do in order to finally relax and enjoy sex?

  5. I want to know what does it mean if my fiance is asking me for pegging him from his ass!! Is that normal ??..also he is doing secret habits frequently does it has a bad effect on me after that???..also he is always love a sexual conversation and when I refuse to do that he hates me!!…is this all normal??..should I marry him or he is not good!! Some of my friends is yelling and saying that he is gay !! Is this true??…please please I need help!

  6. I need help. My husband & I, have been together for almost 5 years now and we’ve been married almost a year in November. I’m 20 years old & he’s 32, yes I know that’s a big difference in age. But anyways, when we were dating he always loved to have sex with me but since a year & a half ago, our sex life has slacked off. We may have sex once every 2 weeks if that.. I know that I’m young and my hormones are raging, exspecially after having my daughter 6 months ago. But what really hurts my feelings is, he won’t go down on me like he use to. He use to do it all the time & loved to do it. And I don’t know why all of a sudden he doesn’t want to anymore. He says he does & he says he likes it but won’t do it.. And I know for a fact it isn’t taste or smell. Because I made sure all those times he’s done it before I washed off with summers eve (like I do every night) & I shave every other night. So, I’m not sure what the problem with that is? I go down on his almost every day & I like doing it. And I know he loves it too. I can even play with myself infront of him and he’ll join in but I’ll have him, “you know what would be nice, is if you’ll lick me down there.” and he won’t. He’ll have an excuse like, he has to go to bed, or it takes to long for you to reach a orgasm & my tounge gets tired” that’s his main excuse is his tounge gets tired. It hurts my feelings so bad because he use to do it every time we had sex. Now, all he’ll do is play around a little bit then he’s ready to do it but I like alot of foreplay because it makes things better, for me anyway.. I love to do all the foreplay not just do some then go at it. That’s no fun. And I’ve mentioned it to him several times. But nothing ever changes.. I’m not sure what to do anymore. And also I left out that I even went & got some strawberry flavored lube to go down there so it’ll be a little interesting & have some flavor to it. What can I do? Because I love it sooooo much. Please help!!!!

  7. Hi, I was wondering if you could help? I was sexually abused from the age of 8 to 26. I now want a relationship but I’m so scared of sex/oral sex. I’ve had consensual sex but it was sore and I hated it. I’m worried because I don’t know how to do it properly. The men who hurt me always said I was doing it wrong then they’d turn violent physically towards me. They also made me give oral sex which I hated and I’d be sick. I now want a relationship but I’m scared. I also want to know what all the fuss is about and do what people my age do. I’m coming up 27 and I should know these things but I don’t. I have a psychologist and cpn and sex has been brought up but I get really embarrassed to ask questions and I don’t even know if it’s appropriate to ask them. I really hope someone can help. Thanks

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