COVID-19 Statement:

During the current efforts to curb the transmission of the corona virus, OCRSH is working to help with the efforts.  This includes regular cleaning/disinfecting of the waiting room and offices, and hand sanitizer at each entryway. 

Your OCRSH therapist is set up to provide therapy sessions via a HIPAA secure teletherapy session. This provides an added layer of safety and prevention for everyone.  We are currently operating via teletherapy sessions only at this time, until the recommendations consistently demonstrate less risk for in-person therapy sessions. 

In addition to these precautions, we ask that any clients seen in the office to be diligent with your own health, taking necessary precautions for yourself and for us.  Wash hands, use hand sanitizer, and practice safe distancing.  Thank you for helping to keep everyone healthy!

DEDICATED TO ADDRESSING THE RELATIONSHIP, MARITAL, AND SEXUAL HEALTH NEEDS OF INDIVIDIALS IN A SAFE, SUPPORTIVE, AND COMFORTABLE ENVIRONMENT  

Founders: 
Ashley Grinonneau-Denton, Ph.D., PCC-S, IMFT-s,
AAMFT Approved Supervisor, ​Certified Sex Therapist, &
Sex Therapy Supervisor
&
r. Brian Denton, Psy.D., pSYCHOLOGIST

The Ohio Center for Relationship & Sexual Health provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families who are having difficulties within their lives and in their relationships.

 

Providers at this practice all specialize in treating sexual concerns and view sexuality as a part of the whole person, gender-expansive folx and cis-gendered persons alike. We view sexuality in a positive light and providers are trained and comfortable in working with individuals who are coming in due to high conflict monogamous or non-monogamous relationships, anxiety, depression, sexual dysfunction for all persons, LGBTQIA+, postpartum difficulties, gender transition/questioning, general sexual health exploration, sexuality disability, aging, infidelity, sexual compulsion, problematic pornography use, marriages/relationships in crisis, intensive couples therapy, concerns about infertility, developmental adjustment difficulties, and more.

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
-Anais Nin
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