Meet Anna Randall
DHS, LCSW, MPH #70711
Sex Therapist, Researcher, Lecturer and Sexual Health Consultant
Hi, I am delighted you have stopped by.
In my busy online private practice, I am honored to support sexual explorers as they courageously find their way toward more juicy, authentic and self-determined lives.
My vision is to create a safe and judgment-free space for you to talk about sexuality in all its flavors and expressions; including our vast fantasies, desires, urges and behaviors.
My hope is for people to actualize their honest sexual selves and live extraordinary and passionate relationships in this fast-paced and often disembodied world.
Though my specialty surrounds sexual concerns, I am a trained and experienced psychotherapist with depression, grief, loss, anxiety, and mental health and wellness, for instance.
I also see regular folks and people whose interests might be less mainstream, I welcome all ways we love and all ways we find erotic expression,
As navigating the complexities of kink, non-monogamy and fetish can be truly challenging, I have made it my life's work to affirm, support and aid those whose sexuality and identities result in feeling marginalized, misunderstood and even harmed by therapists who get "squicked" or even worse.
I offer therapy to:
Thrupples, and other complex relational groups
Who I See:
Opposite sex/gender attracted
Same sex/gender attracted
Other-attracted or undecided,
Queer and Gender Non-Conforming
Trans or along the gender spectrum
Bi-Sexual, Pansexual, Asexual, Demi-Sexual and the erotic attraction spectrum
What my clients are sometimes into:
Kink, BDSM, S&M, and "leather"
Power Exchange & Authority Transfer
D/s, M/s, 24/7, T/b,
ABDL, Age play, DD/lg,
Crossdressing, Cuckholding, Gender Bending
"Pups" and their handlers
Those who are just plain "kinky as shit,"
and all flavors of those with enduring attractions to sensations, objects and fetishes.
I Am Here To Assist You
Psychotherapy with Diverse Populations - NeuroDiverse, ADHD, Cultural Concerns
Specialist in Alternative Sexualities Kink /BDSM/ Leather / Fetish
body, mind, and spirit
Sex, Intimacy and Relationship Counseling, Non-Monogamy, Power Dynamics
Teaching and Lecturing
Through a variety of talk therapy and "non-touch" evidence-based therapeutic methods, I help individuals with their quest to decrease personal problems and achieve real and lasting improvement in their lives.
- How I Work
My stance is sex-positive and affirming, supporting personal and relational satisfaction and celebrating connection and highlighting pleasure whether you are single, coupled or multi-partnered.
- My Stance
I offer guidance to relationships who want to rekindle and deepen their love and connection; and sometimes to heal emotional wounds by partnering in forgiveness and finding safety again. The ultimate goal is building fulfilling and satisfying intimacy.
- My Hope
we often think shame protects us, but it often only serves to divide us from what we desire most
LGBTQ+ Gender Queer Sexuality
Believe it or not, I never received any sex education and I don't know what to do
I've never had a therapist who knew anything about sex and I want to talk about it
"Can I love this body"
Understanding and managing my sexual turn-ons
Trauma, abuse and healing - is sexual healing possible?
Can I get more comfortable talking about sex?
I feel so out of control about sex. Is there hope?
It's supposed to be natural, but I (or we) actually don't know what we are doing in bed. Help
Can sex actually get better with age?
Depression, anxiety and loneliness are my real struggles
What's up with sex and neurodivergence (ADHD, Autism Spectrum, Sensory Differences)?
Please inquire by email or phone. You will also receive a detailed statement of my fees when you make an appointment.
Do I take INSURANCE?
For many reasons, including addressing your privacy concerns, I do not take insurance assignment. However, you may be be able to receive reimbursement for some of my fees as an "out-of-network provider" as may be provided under your particular health insurance policy statement of benefits. It is best to check with your insurer about what % and $ amounts your benefits cover for outpatient mental health/behavioral health services. This is so that you will be fully informed about what (or if) out of pocket costs might occur.
Every month you can download a monthly statement you may submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. Best to check with your insurance company on their reimbursement rate for out-of-network providers.
SLIDING FEE SCALE?
Many people are struggling to make ends meet. I set aside a number of spaces in my practice for those who have significant financial need. Please inquire about whether I have any space for a sliding fee arrangement and find out if you qualify.