Rachel Hoffman is a senior staff therapist at the Long Island Institute of Sex Therapy. Rachel uses an eclectic therapy style, tailoring your work to what you need. No one-size-fits-all here!
Rachel’s primary focus is treating individuals and couples who are experiencing difficulty reaching orgasm, painful sex, erectile functioning issues, symptoms of depression and anxiety, and those going through life transitions such as break-ups and divorce. She is also recognized as a leading expert on helping couples identify and resolve technology related conflict in their relationships. Look out for her new book soon!
Rachel often utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with a strengths perspective to help individuals find confidence and improved self-esteem. She also employs sensate therapy with individuals and couples looking to improve intimacy by gaining a deeper understanding of their bodies.
Rachel is a member of both AASECT and NASW and is currently earning her PhD in Human Sexuality where she is the lead researcher for a study on the influence of technology on dating and relationships.
Groups Currently Led By Rachel Hoffman