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Linda
Walker
J.
Albuquerque
United States
New Mexico (NM)
87122
22105
Board Certified Diplomate
1/30/2025
Certified Sexologist
1/30/2025
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Masters
Mental Health Counseling / Councelor
Webster University
Master of Arts
Clinical Sex Therapy
Richmont Graduate University
Bachelors
Psychology
College of Santa Fe
Board Certified Diplomate
American Board of Sexology (Expired)
2758
American Board of Christian Sex Therapists
Clinical Sexual Addiction Specialist
National Association of Christian Counselors
National Certified Counselor (NCC) #
American Association of Certified Christian Sexual Addiction Specialists, Inc.
65982
Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor
CCNH0066552
Linda Walker MA, LPCC, CST, specializes in a Christ-centered approach to sexual intimacy problems for her clients. Holding to a biblical worldview, Linda considers sex to be a sacred gift from God making counseling for sexual difficulties an occasion for hope and healing in this integral part of one’s life. Restoring healthy sexuality—from “brokenness” to fulfillment as God designed it to be—is Linda Walker‘s passion for each individual or couple she counsels.

Sexual issues are more common than people imagine. As a Licensed Professional Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Certified Sex Therapist with specialized training in helping clients experiencing difficulties related to sex, Linda Walker counsels both couples and individuals. Examples of sexual issues include: decreased or lack of sexual desire, erectile dysfunctions, ejaculation difficulties, inability or difficulty reaching orgasm, female sexual pain, and vaginismus or unconsummated marriage. Since sexual difficulties do not occur in a vacuum, Linda also helps clients explore other issues that impact their sexuality such as poor communication, past hurts, negative body image, past sexual experiences, compulsive sexuality, sexual trauma, shame, low self-esteem, and unrealistic views of sex from the media.

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