Sex Therapy for All

Empowering Intimacy with Yourself & with Others.

Our Support

Our mission is to provide quality sex therapy, education, and development to all.

Our trained sex therapists integrate positivity and compassion into every aspect of our work. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, we help individuals change their lives accessibly and affordably

CSWC is an affirming organization that recognizes all sexual orientations, gender identities, relationship structures, and consensual modes of sexual expression. Our sex therapy professionals understand how systemic oppression impacts individuals and society. We integrate that awareness into everything we do. We are realistic, practical, and effective.

Intimacy is normal, potentially healthy, and serves as a baseline for connection with self and others.

Ways We Help

Couples therapy and intimacy therapy can support healthy relationships to last a lifetime.

Sex Therapy

You deserve compassionate, affirming, and informed sex therapy services. We offer a wide range of support for sex- and gender-related concerns in addition to co-occurring mental health issues.

Serving adolescents and adults from all backgrounds, we strive to make our services available to the whole community.

Sex therapy education is important to this group of friends around a table.


There’s a lack of honest and accessible sex education out there. This makes establishing healthy sexuality and sexual relationships a challenge for all demographics.

We provide relevant, sex positive educational opportunities to all.

Sex therapy professionals sit and discuss sex addiction and couples therapy.


We work hard to ensure every therapist in our community is knowledgeable and comfortable.

We train sex therapists to provide non-judgmental and factually accurate perspectives to their clients.

We believe sexual health should be accessible to everyone.

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Stay Connected

From blog posts to events, stay connected with Carolina Sexual Wellness Center.

May 15 2023

STIs and Your Right to Pleasure

Mar 21 2023

Sex Talk: A Celebration of Black Women in Sex Therapy

Mar 15 2023

The Best of Me

Jan 27 2023

Honesty, Vulnerability and Trust…Oh my!

Oct 26 2022

Your Trans Gender Journey

Sep 01 2022

“Am I Normal?” & Other Common Worries About Sex

Jun 30 2022

All I really need to know about sex…I learned in kindergarten…

Jun 22 2022

I Am an Ally, and It’s Not About Me

Jun 01 2022

We Should All Be Embodied

Mar 12 2022

A Streetcar Named Desire

Feb 02 2022

Let’s Talk About It!

Nov 12 2021

Balance of Sexuality and Spirituality

Jun 29 2021

Sex, Relationships, and a Global Pandemic

May 26 2021

Consider Getting Rid of Foreplay

Apr 29 2021

The Elephant in the Room

Feb 25 2021

It’s Not You, It’s Me

Dec 23 2020

Sex and Candy? I prefer Sex and Cookies!

Dec 07 2020

Family Matters

Oct 07 2020

More Than Monogamy

Jul 01 2020

How You Define Sex Matters!

May 18 2020

Let’s Talk About Postpartum Sex!

Feb 26 2020

The Myth of True Love

Feb 07 2020

Perceptions and Popular Misconceptions about Porn

Oct 01 2019

Sex is a Mirror

Jul 23 2019

Sex- Beyond Intercourse!!!

May 10 2019

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby!

Nov 09 2018

Are You Having Good Enough Sex?

Apr 25 2016

Great Expectations: Helpful or Harmful?