Child therapy ages 5 to 18 Coming in April 2023        

Text or Call : (234) 600-8200

  • Kristyn A. Macala LPCC-S

    Specializing in Sex and Couples Counseling
    Accepting New Telehealth and In-Person Individuals and Couple Clients

    “Happily ever after is not a fairy tale. It’s a choice”. -Fawn Weaver

    There’s no reason you can’t have a fulfilling, healthy relationship or relationships and a happy sex life. It’s not easy and takes a bit of elbow grease, but it is an achievable goal if you choose it to be.

    So what the heck is integrative couples and sex therapy? It’s a type of therapy that is geared toward just that – relationships and sex. Sex, after all, is 50% of a relationship. I’m here to help you resolve distance issues, traumas in the relationship, navigating open monogamy, and other core sexual issues. My approach starts with helping us to find the problem before we can find the solution. From there, my treatment process involves putting you in the driver’s seat with me as your guide.

    It’s not an easy thing to talk about, sometimes it can be downright awkward, but it doesn’t need to be. Allow me to answer any of your questions ahead of time – shoot me an email, text, or call┬áso that we can get this started.

    • Bachelors in Psychology, Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Youngstown State
    • Independently Licensed Counselor
    • Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)

    -So what do you do in sex and couples counseling? We talk, we explore, we resolve. No, there is not anything physical or sexual that occurs during sessions.
    -Who can attend this type of therapy? Individuals, couples, those involved in poly relationships.
    -Do we only work on sexual issues? Not necessarily. After all, therapy is about growth and insight as well.
    -How is this different from couples counseling? We integrate couples and sex therapy goals to focus on the overall health of relationships.