Claudia Thompson is licensed by the Texas State Board of Examiners as a Marriage & Family Therapist and a Professional Counselor and credentialed as a Clinical Supervisor in both licenses. She has achieved a Certification as a Sex Therapist through the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, & Therapists, www.aasect.org, and a Certification as a Sex Addiction Therapist through the International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals, www.iitap.com.
Trained in Counseling Psychology at Texas Woman’s University, Claudia has worked in private practice, a nonprofit community agency, and university counseling centers. In her sex therapy training, Claudia was supervised by Dr. Gina Ogden, creator of the 4-D Relational Sexuality Model, Integrating Sexuality and Spirituality. Claudia Thompson also holds an MBA from The University of Texas at Austin.
“My therapy experience includes working with women and men, ages 15 to 80, of all ethnicities and many religious backgrounds. Although I specialize in relationship and sex therapy, clients have come to me with many types of psychological pain: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, couple or family conflict, infidelity, internet pornography addiction, family of origin worries, spirituality, domestic or family violence, PTSD, anger concerns, sexual dissatisfaction, infidelity, sexual compulsions/addictions, job loss, economic worries, adolescent adjustment, body image, trauma, sexual orientation and gender identity exploration, family violence, and sexual assault.”
“I strive to be non-judgmental, holding no preconceived notions of how you should live your life. I openly support sexual, personal, spiritual, and religious freedom and growth. As a therapist, I understand that each person’s problems and life situations are unique. While maintaining confidentiality and respect for you, I will strive to assist you in moving toward improved sexual health and greater satisfaction in your life.”
Claudia is a Clinical Member of:
AASECT – American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists
IITAP – International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals
AAMFT – American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
WAS – World Association for Sexual Health