Frequently Asked Questions about Private Sex Education

EPSON scanner imagePrivate sexuality education consulting is solution-focused and affordable.

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions.

  • Is a sex educator like a sex therapist?

    No. I do not diagnose, and I do not initiate psychological treatment. By asking questions, I will assess your needs and together, we will set learning objectives. I will provide information and offer solutions to challenges you may face. Sex therapy can require months or longer; sex education may help you reach your learning objectives in one or several sessions because we are focused on solutions you can implement right away.

  • What does a consultation include?

    Each session lasts an hour. At the first session, we will discuss the reasons for your visit, establish goals and learning objectives (e.g., to experience orgasm, or to explore options for sex toys), and discuss your concerns. I may draw or show illustrations, recommend resources, or assign homework to help you move toward reaching one of your goals.  I may recommend sexual aids or adult products, but I do not sell or distribute them. At the end of the session, we will determine whether further sessions would be helpful.

  • Where do you work?

    I see clients in the New Jersey Center for Sexual Wellness, which is housed within medical offices in Bedminster, New Jersey as well as Morristown, NJ. The offices are conveniently located, wheelchair accessible, and staffed by caring  personnel. For clients who are outside the geographic area, I can conduct sessions by phone or Skype. These must be prepaid through PayPal on this website.

  • Will my visit remain confidential?

    Yes. I won’t discuss your visit with anyone unless you ask me to.

  • How much does a consultation cost?

    Visits are $125 per hour for individuals; $150 for couples. Payment by check or cash is due at the time of service.

  • What kinds of clients do you see?

    I work with teens, individual adults, and couples of all genders and orientations. Clients under 18 need their parents to sign a permission slip acknowledging that I will not share what their teens say during the session except in a case where I suspect the teens may be a danger to themselves or others. When I work with pre-adolescents, their parents/guardians remain with them during sessions and workshops.

  • Is sex ed covered by insurance?

    Insurance companies don’t currently reimburse for sexuality education. However, you may be able to use your workplace health savings account to offset consultation; it’s worth asking.

  • Do I need a referral?

    No, you do not. While healthcare providers and therapists often refer their patients to me, you’re welcome to call independently. No referral slip is necessary.