Partnership in Practice: Relationship and Sex Therapy, Psychotherapy, and Medication Management

​At least one third of adult women are not interested in having sex. Lack of interest in sex is the most frequent complaint bringing women to sex therapy.


Most people wait six years to seek treatment for sexual issues. 
Haven’t you waited long enough?

Gail F. Canavan, DNP, RN, APN, C

234 Madison Avenue
Wyckoff, NJ 07481
Phone/fax: 201-337-6226

Most couples experience sexual problems at some point during their relationship.  Unfortunately, these issues can significantly impact a couple’s relationship and negatively affect each partner’s sense of well-being. At the same time, life issues, including worry about the sexual relationship, can impact sexual health.

With all the attention given to sex in the media, sexual problems should be easy to talk about. Frequently, however, they are not!  Couples experiencing sexual difficulties need a safe, professional, comfortable, supportive and nonjudgmental forum to learn how to improve their sex lives and their relationships.  

Sex and relationship therapy is for people experiencing common sexual problems who want more fulfilling sex lives and relationships.