Dr. Arlene G. Krieger is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Board Certified Clinical Sexologist. Dr. Krieger offers Individual, Child and Adolescent, Family, Relationship and Marriage Counseling.
Sex Therapy focuses on sexual concerns or issues. It is a unique and specialized form of professional counseling designed to help women and men address their concerns about sexuality, sexual function, and sexual expression.
Individual counseling provides an opportunity for you to openly talk about your thoughts and feelings in a safe environment.
Marriage and Family Therapy
Family dynamics can often be challenging, whether you have a traditional or non-traditional family, we can help.
Child and Adolescent Counseling
Child and Adolescent counseling provides an opportunity for children and adolescents to openly talk about their thoughts and feelings in a safe environment.
About Dr. Krieger
Marriage & Family Therapist – Board Certified Clinical Sexologist
In a comfortable and safe environment, I provide a full range of psychotherapeutic services for individuals, couples and families. In addition to individual and marital and family therapy, I am a Board certified Clinical Sexologist specializing in areas including but not limited to intimacy, sexuality, and relationship.
Dr. Arlene Krieger, a nationally recognized expert in relationship therapy focuses on issues of intimacy and sexuality. She has been featured and interviewed in numerous national and international articles and magazines including, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Men’s Health Magazine, Boca Raton Magazine, UCLA Online Newsletter, The Washington Post, Sophisticated Groom, and more.
Ph.D. in Clinical Sexology
Mental Health Counselor MH7894
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist MT2094
Diplomat of The American Board of Sexology
How to meet
There are many ways to get therapy with Dr. Krieger. Please chose from the convenient options below.
In Office Session
Therapy Session via Skype! Dr. Krieger is available to meet with you in her Boca Raton office or via Skype for video and telephone sessions.
FROM THE BLOG
Often times in therapy, my patients will ask what I think about a specific problem and dynamic in their relationship. I explain to the individual or couple, that it is not for me to tell them what to do or how to do it, but rather, to interpret for the couple, and exactly what it[…]
I often hear the term, “”… usually in the context of conversations about “things just didn’t work out”. These “things”, usually attributed to the other person, seemingly have led to the demise of their most recent relationships. Yes, it’s true that many people in relationship are afraid to commit in the beginnings of just getting[…]
Well, July 4th has come and gone, and the summer is almost half over. Can you believe it? What about your dreams all winter long, enduring the cold and the snow, thinking about that great summer vacation that lies ahead. Hoping to meet that special someone during that long hot and sultry summer, you devise[…]
While on a social networking site that I also post articles on, I came across another member’s recent post describing her overwhelming feelings of pain and angst over a lost love. Her powerful writings described feelings of falling hard, unrequited love, yearnings for comfort, tossing blindly and her willingness to walk into the fire to[…]
Everyone’s talking about this “relationship stuff” in Starbucks, on the subway, at the local restaurants and bars on Friday nights. Does anyone have a good relationship, or for that matter… a Great Sex Life? As a Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Sexologist, of course I have an opinion! Although many couples present in therapy[…]
“I am not a fair weather friend”… said the wolf to little red riding hood, as he slipped his arm around her shoulders and handed her a cup of tea… Margaret was astounded and angry at her own foolishness for falling for her latest boyfriends smooth lines. She was a sophisticated, well educated and quite[…]
The continued search for signs of intelligent life through meeting, greeting and all the preliminary rituals of dating love on a Sunday afternoon. We are so action oriented that we think of love as something to do. With Valentines day soon approaching, I thought some deep hearted comments about love, dating and the appropriate-and inappropriate[…]
The old adage of something or another being one’s “Bread and Butter” has been around for a long time. Perhaps this is simply another soon to become ancient jewel, its prolific meaning to be covered in cobwebs, lost to the English language forever. However, in relationship therapy, the mainstay of dynamics of relationship, sex, intimacy[…]
Everyone wonders about this. Are our friends having more sex than we do? Do any other couples have this problem where one partner has high desire, and the other one has little to none? There must be something really wrong with us! Everyone wants sex 24/7 don’t they? The answer to these most commonly asked[…]
This is again, one of the No. 1 questions that patients want to know in Sex therapy sessions. Of all of the issues of love, lust, libido, relationship, sex and intimacy in relationship… most everyone at one time or another asks this question. My response is, that with faith, love and hope, anything worth fighting[…]