Treatment Resources


Dr. Isabelle Delisle

Obstetrics & Gynaecology Associates

182 Victoria Rd,

Dartmouth, NS, B3A 1W2

Telephone: (902) 461-2246

Physical Therapist

Stella Roy

Bedford Health Centre

Suite 140, 200 Waterfront Drive,

Bedford, Nova Scotia, B4A 4J4

Telephone: (902) 835-1932

Sex and Couples Therapy Services in Halifax

These psychologists in private practice have expertise in working with women (and couples) dealing with vulvo-vaginal pain. You will have to pay for these services. Check with your insurance plans.

Sex therapy and couples counselling


Natalie O. Rosen, PhD, R. Psych.

Dr. Rosen is currently offering a limited number of appointments on Thursday mornings for sex and couples therapy, beginning in September 2016.  Her office is located at the Atlantic Artificial Reproductive Technologies (AART) clinic at 1535 Dresden Row (in City Centre Atlantic, above Pete’s Frootique). You can book an appointment by calling them directly at 902.404.8600 or by emailing at

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Sheila MacNeil, PhD, R. Psych.
Lesley Hartman & Associates

209-3845 Joseph Howe Drive Halifax, Nova Scotia B3L 4H9

Telephone: (902) 431-1721


Students: If you are enrolled in at least one course at Dalhousie University, University of King’s College, or the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, you are eligible to see Dr. Sheila MacNeil, who specializes in sex and couple therapy, free of charge.

Counseling and Psychological Services 4th Floor, Student Union Building

6136 University Avenue, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, B3H 4J2

Telephone:  (902) 494-2081

Dr. Elisabeth Gold
Halifax Sexual Health Centre

6009 Quinpool Road, Suite 201 Halifax, NS B3K 5J7

Telephone: (902) 455-9656

You may be eligible to receive a limited number of sessions for sexual conseling, free of charge, at the Halifax Sexual Health Centre.

Community Mental Health

A psychologist or counselor from Community Mental Health may not have expertise in working with women (and couples) dealing with vulvo-vaginal pain. They will likely still be helpful in assisting you (and your partner) in improving your coping. You would not have to pay for these services. You will need a referral from your family doctor to obtain services at one of these clinics. For more information, or the clinic nearest you, visit this website.

I felt so isolated and so alone, like it was like me against the world. I just hate to think of a woman in that situation, feeling alone like she can’t turn to anyone, when there are such simple steps to fix the problem.”

(Jessica, a past participant)

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