We offer sex therapy appointments via telehealth (video appointment) for clients located in the following states:

We are now scheduling new therapy patients for intake appointments in December, 2021. Please visit our online scheduling page to set up an appointment.

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Our Licensed Mental Health Professionals and Certified Sex Therapists are gender and sexual orientation affirming, kink and polyamory competent, and work affirmatively with those in the sex industry from a client-centered, non-judgmental, harm reduction, and minority stress-informed perspective. We help people decrease shame and anxiety and increase sexual satisfaction and pleasure in their lives.

Licensed Mental Health Professionals and Certified Sex Therapists

Katie Bloomquist MS, MA, LMFT is an AASECT-Certified Sex Therapist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with adult individual clients. She is trained in the assessment and treatment of sexual health and sexual functioning concerns (erectile dysfunction, sexual pain, anxiety/shame/guilt about sex, orgasmic difficulty, low arousal, loss of sexual interest), concerns with sexual behavior and/or sexual fantasy, sexual dissatisfaction, desire discrepancy, and low sexual desire.

Katie works most frequently with LGBTQIA+ folks, those in open relationships (non-monogamy, polyamory, etc.), and specializes in therapy related to BDSM, kink, and fetish navigation and sex work. She is the former Vice President of the Sex Workers Outreach Project - USA - and has published research on the minority stress of sex work, sex work stigma, and sex worker affirmative therapy.


In 2017, she completed advanced training on treating out of control sexual behavior - sometimes called sex addiction or porn addiction. She has special interest and expertise in working with secular populations including atheists, agnostics, and other non-believers - she is an active member of the Secular Therapy Project.

Katie holds a license in Marriage and Family Therapy in Minnesota, Montana, and Iowa and treats therapy patients in these 3 states.

Dr. Eric Sprankle is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and Co-Director of the Sexuality Studies program at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist. He is also the former Director of the Secular Therapy Project, a subsidiary of Recovering from Religion.

Dr. Sprankle received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Xavier University in 2009, completed a postdoctoral fellowship in sexual health at the University of Minnesota Medical School in 2011, and was awarded tenure in the Department of Psychology at Minnesota State University in 2017.

He currently leads the Sexual Health Research Team at Minnesota State examining sexuality, stigma, and secularism, and has published articles on the effects of sexually explicit material, older adult sexuality, and sex worker affirmative therapy.He offers online training webinars for clinicians through our AASECT-approved training institute. 


Can I use Insurance?

We do not work directly with insurance companies and payment is due at time of service by credit card.

We are able to send you an itemized statement for services which you may submit to your insurance company for reimbursement depending on your insurance plan.

Do you offer consultation?

We are happy to consult with mental health professionals regarding our specific areas of expertise. Please contact us directly and let us know how we can help. Our fee for participation in legal proceedings is $400 per 60 minutes.

Are you sex surrogates?

No, we are Licensed Mental Health Professionals and Certified Sex Therapists who engage in talk therapy to treat sexual functioning issues, mental health struggles, and relational concerns and conflict. For surrogate partner therapy information, please visit IPSA or the Surrogate Partner Collective.

Are you sex worker-affirmative?

We work often with current and former sex workers and have published research and trainings for therapists on being supportive, competent, and nonjudgmental in therapy with folks in the sex industry.