I help individuals and couples overcome anxiety, cultivate healthier relationships, and have better sex. Convenient, specialized, and nonjudgmental therapy designed to help you change your life.
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Your relationship feels stale, frustrating, or disconnected.
Life doesn’t feel the way you want it to, but you’re not sure how to change it.
You want to enjoy sex, but something’s getting in the way.
I’m here to help you...
I work with individuals and couples who are tired of feeling stuck in old patterns of disconnection, frustration, or shame and are ready to start making real changes in their lives. Therapy with me isn’t just about sex—it’s about all the parts of you that deserve to thrive.
Licensed clinical psychologist
certified sex therapist
ELIZABETH PERRI, PSYD, CST
Your life is busy enough as it is. That’s why all sessions take place via secure, HIPAA-compliant video conference. Just as effective, but way more convenient. I can see clients residing anywhere in Illinois or in a PSYPACT-eligible state.
Overcome anxiety or depression. Process grief or medical diagnoses. Reconnect to yourself and improve your relationships with others.
Break cycles of miscommunication and monotony. Learn to listen and be heard. Rediscover the spark.
Process sexual health concerns. Overcome shame, anxiety, or fear around sex. For individuals and couples.
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Whether you’re coming to therapy with a specific sexual health concern or more general challenges with your mental health or relationships, I can help.
Get a sex therapist’s perspective on mental health, relationships, and creating a life you love.
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