Are you struggling with relationships in your life? Feeling unfilled or lonely? Struggling to assert yourself or feel heard by your partner, boss, friends or family members? Realizing that you’re stuck in a given relationship or that you’re caught in a pattern of unhealthy relationships? Wanting to improve your communication and connection with others?

It’s okay. Relationships can be hard!

Navigating adult relationships is often trickier than we realize, and the truth is that most of us could benefit from learning new or healthier ways to approach relationships with the goal of improving our feelings of validation, empowerment, happiness and satisfaction.

Sometimes we don’t recognize how our previous experiences can impact our current and future relationships. It’s through gaining insight and understanding into these patterns and ourselves that we can begin to make the changes we want in order to approach our interactions with others in a more positive way.

 If you’re ready to make a change and try therapy out, The Center is here for you.

You can expect to learn:

  • How to advocate for yourself, so that you will be seen as an equal in your relationships.

  • How to create health boundaries to keep relationships positive and fulfilling.

  • How to establish respect with others, so you can have balanced relationships.

  • How to develop new skills to communicate your needs clearly so that you receive what you need.


You’ll benefit from relationship therapy if you’re feeling unheard, that you just go through the motions, or you find yourself stuck on reliving old pains of past relationships. If you want to stop having to sacrifice your own peace and happiness in order to keep your friends and partners, then therapy is for you.


More About The Center

The Center for Mental and Sexual Health helps the members of our community thrive!

The design of our practice is to meet the needs of our communities by offering a variety of counselors with diverse backgrounds and specialties. Our counselors all vary in their expertise, working with clients from 14 and up, on a wide range of issues. It is essential to us that we set you up to succeed and that we pair you with the therapist who will be the best fit for you. We are constantly growing our specialties through education and practice to provide quality therapy for those who seek it.

What Will You Pay for Counseling?

Counseling is a fee for service program and The Center accepts all major forms of payment.

Initial and follow-up session costs $150 we don’t charge different rates, it’s just easier that way. You and your therapist will discuss the recommended number of sessions during your initial contact based on your unique situation.

The Center accepts certain Employee Assistance Programs. Typically, if you’re using this type of program, you’ve been referred to our practice. Please inquire with our intake specialists to see if your EAP is accepted.

Therapy is an investment in yourself and getting help with things that hold you back in your day to day life. With self-pay we are not required to have a diagnosis for continuing services and that takes away insurance companies control over you. This allows you to retain privacy and not deal with pre-existing conditions. We never share records with anyone you do not specify. If you do need to use your insurance to help with the cost of therapy, we can provide a superbill for you to submit to your insurance for Out of Network reimbursement of services.

Your Next Steps

It is completely within your reach to cultivate a life that brings you peace. You can find purpose and meaning in this new era and design a life around the things that are important to you.

Ultimately, taking responsibility for the outcome of your life is the surest sign you are ready to handle the variety of life. The Center for Mental and Sexual Health is here to help.

Call +1 (941) 444-0570, send an email to, or click the Request Appointment button below to schedule your counseling session today.


Our relationship experts


Jen Adair

Hi! I’m glad you’re looking for help. Relationships are challenging sometimes and today’s increasingly isolated environment doesn’t aide us in the connections we crave. I’m here to be an advocate for you and your needs as well as creating an environment where you learn to successfully communicate with others.


Erika Miley

Heya! I’m a sex positive therapist. Much of my work revolves around the relationship and entanglement of sexuality. I’m happy you’re here to see me or one of my highly trained therapists!