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Angela Skurtu Therapist in St Louis

Meet the Therapist in St Louis

Angela Skurtu M.Ed, LMFT is a Missouri Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Nationally (AASECT) Certified Sex Therapist.

Angela provides counseling in Ballwin, Mo, including couples counseling, marriage therapy, and sex therapy. Click to find out more info

Helping Couples Overcome Infidelity by Author Angela Skurtu

Helping Couples Overcome Infidelity

Angela Skurtu's second book, Helping Couples Overcome Infidelity, covers eight milestones couples need to rebuild their lives after an infidelity. The book teaches how to rebuild trust, learn to forgive, and create a healthy sex life.


Pre-Marital Counseling

Angela Skurtu's book, "Pre-Marital Counseling: A Guide for Clinicians." (Routledge, March 2016, $29.95), covers the predictive factors for marital success, the five habits of healthy relationships, and researched strategies for maintaining desire in a long relationship.

This guide for clinicians can even be useful for clients wanting to make a lasting marriage successful. Click here to order from Amazon.


Marriage Therapy

Find out more about Marriage Therapy. What is the process? What are the goals? Your Therapist in St. Louis can help. Click for more info.

Sex Therapy

At St. Louis Marriage Therapy, LLC, we offer sex therapy for sexual issues that may affect you or your significant other. These issues may include:

Sexual Dysfunction/Intimacy/Desire Issues 
Erectile Dysfunction or Pre-mature Ejaculation
Difficulty with Orgasm
Rebuilding the Spark
Painful Sex/Penetration Disorder
Sexless Marriages
Sexual/Relationship Boredom
Depression/Anxiety about Sex

Sexual Abuse and Trauma

Sex Therapy for Couples

For many issues, it is best to engage in sex therapy as a couple. Even if one partner has the primary issue such as erectile dysfunction or pain during sex, there are usually couple dynamics that play a role in addressing the conflict. During therapy, the therapist will go over specific strategies each partner can take to improve their sex life. These may include homework assignments, strength training exercises, and sexual communication skills.

Sex Therapy for Individuals

Individuals can still address sexual concerns without a partner present. In some cases, an individual is struggling with their sexual problem and is not ready to include their partner in the process. This individual can start therapy alone, but will likely be encouraged to bring their partner into therapy at some point,

In some cases, an individual is single but their sexual problem creates anxiety about getting into a relationship. In these cases, the therapist will assess the client's sexual problems and offer specific exercises the individual can work on to improve sexual functioning.


Costs for all sessions can be found on the FAQ page.

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