Dr. Traci J. Seidman, Ph.D.

Dr. Traci Joy Seidman is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Medical Psychologist, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist and Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist practicing at Associates in Behavioral Counseling since 1986. She utilizes a holistic and mindfulness approach, combining hypnosis and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in treating many different types of psychological and adjustment problems. Dr. Seidman works with individuals and couples in order to establish the new insights, mind sets and behavioral patterns required to help her patients achieve effective life changing results. Dr. Seidman specializes with sexual disorders and sexual lifestyles, as well as anxiety disorders, depression, chronic pain and chronic illness. Dr. Seidman encourages her patients’ awareness of the mind-body-emotion connection, and she is sensitive to their individual spiritual needs.

Dr. Seidman focuses on helping people develop insight and awareness to achieve positive solutions and adaptations to fit their lives and individual needs. Her unpretentious, warm and caring approach, combined with a professional, but relaxed, office atmosphere make for an easy and comfortable experience. Dr. Seidman has enjoyed a great variety of training, expertise and interest in her 29+ years of experience. She has worked closely with children in many capacities including psycho-educational assessment for Gifted, LD and ADHD evaluations. She is National Board Certified in Clinical Hypnotherapy and an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher, RYT, and Meditation Instructor. Dr. Seidman was a member of the Board of Directors of the MS Foundation for over 10 years and an on-line doctor on their website. She has written articles in their magazine, MSFocus, which is published quarterly. You can learn more about the MS Foundation and see Dr. Seidman’s interview on coping with a new diagnosis of MS at www.msfocus.org

Why See A Sex Therapist?

It’s not easy to talk about sex. Many people suffer from varying sexual dysfunctions due to medical conditions or side effects from medications, yet they do not discuss their symptoms with their doctors! Some of the more common reasons couples seek counseling from a sex therapist include inhibited sexual desire, lack of arousal, painful intercourse, erectile dysfunction, inability to orgasm or premature ejaculation. Sometimes there are simple, quick solutions to problems, but oftentimes people discover that their intimacy issues involve much more than just sex. Intimacy includes major aspects of relationship and communication. These can be the more fulfilling and lasting elements of expressing one’s sensuality, and over time seem to increase in importance as we mature. Sex therapy can be done with individuals, but it tends to work best when a couple enters into treatment together (so you have someone to practice with). Dr. Seidman’s goal is to help you obtain a deeper level of love and intimacy, perhaps, than you have ever experienced before! More recently, people have been seeking certified sex therapists to discuss issues they are having that relate to living alternative sexual lifestyles. Dr. Seidman is one of the few practitioners who identifies herself as a Kink Aware Professional (KAP).

Dr. Seidman was featured on the Women's Radio Network 1 show Keeping it Real with KC as well as the Open Forum with Bridget Grayson discussing sex therapy


 Dr. Traci Seidman has been practicing Clinical Hypnotherapy for over ten years. In addition to simply being a useful adjunct to psychotherapy and a wonderfully relaxing experience, it has been extremely effective on a wide variety of problems. She has had remarkable success is helping people quit smoking. Hypnosis is also useful in treating panic attacks, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, and low self esteem. There are many medical applications, too, like lowering blood pressure, preparing for and recovering from surgery, preparing for dental procedures, childbirth, infertility, coping with cancer and chemotherapy, memory disorders, and more. The list is truly endless and almost any problem can be adapted to be treated with hypnotherapy. Feel free to call Dr. Seidman today with your questions about how hypnosis can help you! Read Articles from MS Focus Magazine, a quarterly publication of the MS Foundation:

  • Improving Body Image

  • Disclosing MS in Romantic Relationships

  • The Boiling Point

  • Member of the following fine organizations:

  • National Register Of Health Service Providers

  • Florida Society Of Clinical Hypnosis

  • American Psychological Association

  • American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)

  • Prescribing Psychologists’ Register

  • Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy





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