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Learn how you can gain better control.
It can…

• help you to feel less alone with your worries
• help you to develop a better understanding of why you have certain sexual thoughts or interests
• help you to develop effective skills and strategies to manage your sexual urges, rather than feel ‘controlled’ by them
• help you to feel more confident talking about your struggles with people you care about.

'Sex and Porn Addiction'

Many people struggle with feeling that they have an ‘addiction’ to sex or porn.

It can feel that way when your thoughts and urges to have sex or view porn seem nearly impossible to control.

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Sexual Fetishes and Paraphilias

Sexual fetishes refer to the excitement or arousal that you might experience from having contact with a particular object, individual or with a particular situation. Many people have fetishes that they enjoy and find partners that share their fetishes.

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Sexual Dysfunction

Men can experience a decrease in their sex drive, a loss of interest in physical intimacy or difficulties with maintaining an erection at any point in life.

Generally, there is no single cause for difficulties with sexual functioning.

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Sexual Abuse

Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse are often vulnerable to experiencing a range of challenging and often overwhelming emotions.

Some survivors experience severe anxiety and depression.

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Rob Peach, MSW RSW


It can be hard to talk about concerns you may have about your sexual interests and behaviours with others. Finding a therapist sensitive to these issues and skilled in helping you to develop skills to manage these interests can make a difference.


I am a Registered Social Worker and a member in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Ontario Association of Social Workers.

I am a Clinical Associate, Board of Examiners in Sex Therapy and Counselling in Ontario (BESTCO). As such, I am currently under BESTCO supervision, working towards becoming a registered BESTCO sex therapist. Participation in this process does not guarantee my becoming a BESTCO registered sex therapist.

I am a Clinical Member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). Clinical Membership with ATSA requires the completion of a minimum of 2000 clinical hours of direct treatment experience.

I am a Professional Member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counsellors and Therapists (AASECT).

Having completed an Externship in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, I am a Member, International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy.

While psychotherapy is a regulated profession, unfortunately treatment is not covered by OHIP. However, the majority of extended health benefits / insurance programs provide coverage for psychotherapy services provided by regulated health professionals (I am a Registered Social Worker which is a regulated health profession). Consult your insurance carrier for your entitlements.

  • Sessions will be charged in full without 48 hours written notice.
  • Requests for letters / reports will be charged at my usual hourly rate for completion.
  • Your confidentiality is assured. I will only share information about your treatment with your expressed, written consent.
  • A ‘Duty to Report / Warn’ exists for all regulated health professionals to contact appropriate authorities should you disclose an intention to harm yourself or others.


I am a therapist with over 15 years of clinical social experience providing treatment or individuals, families and groups.

Member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counsellors and Therapists
Member of International Centre for Excellence in EFT Member ICEEFT
Adjunct Lecturer Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto
Office Location

14 Prince Arthur Avenue, Unit 203

Toronto, ON

(Yonge & Avenue Road)

“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stone”

– Chinese Proverb –