Anthony Dimitrion, LCSW, CST. Men's Sex Therapy & Men's Mental Health Therapy in Ridgewood, Bergen County, NJ.
"Define masculinity & sexuality on your own terms."

All men can benefit from having a confidential space where they can lower their walls and be themselves. I provide effective therapy that is mindful of the male perspective and the impact stereotypical expectations of masculinity have on men’s ability to tap into and process insecurities, stressors, sex, sexuality, relationships/dating, and vulnerabilities. 

 

What are "Men's Issues" anyway?

What makes an issue a men's issue depends on its origin. Men's issues are developed through familial, cultural, and societal expectations that define masculinity and sexuality. These expectations influence an individual's way of behaving, coping, and relating to the world.  

—  A confidential space to process stressors, insecurities, sexual health, sexuality, and relationship & dating concerns —  

 

Integrating relational neuroscience and somatic understanding of the mind-body connection, we will work together to understand how past experiences, perceptions of self and others, and stressors in your current life influence your present day concerns. Once better understood, there is more internal room to explore positive ways of authentically supporting ourselves in moments when we are not feeling our best. 

Tools fostered throughout our sessions include: emotional and body-based regulation skills, self-compassion, affective communication, resiliency building, and neuroaffective awareness.

 

As Psychotherapist & Certified Sex Therapist, I have particular expertise in men's sexuality, sexual health concerns, and problematic sexual behaviors.

"Evidence-based personal therapy & sex therapy for men."

I provide support for the following:

Anxiety & Stress

Coping with a Breakup

Depression

Kink-Affirming Therapy

Low Self-Esteem

Problematic Sexual Behavior (PSB)

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Questioning Sexuality / Coming Out

Relationship Anxiety

Sexual Health & Intimacy Concerns

Survivors of Traumatic Sex Addiction Treatment Experiences