Cheyenne McGuire

MS, LMFTA (she/her)

As a client-centered therapist, I provide a non-judgmental, inclusive, and empathic space for those I work with. My therapeutic practices include being a warm, compassionate, humorous person with my clients so that those I have the privilege working with feel free to explore their sexuality. My practice is based in Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy practices (TF-CBT). Through collaboration and encouragement, I aid clients in creating change within themselves and their systemic relationships.

What You Can Expect

As a sex, marriage, and family therapist, I understand how my privilege as a white, cisgender
female shows up in the therapy room. I strive to continue my education on diversity to enhance
safety from an anti-oppressive and inclusive framework. Like a sponge, I aspire to soak up as
much knowledge and understanding of others’ experiences as possible. I am happy to work with
individuals and any relational constellation that fits you. Working with those looking to reclaim
their sexual selves is a passion of mine. I thrive when working with individuals who have
experienced sexual trauma and purity culture, are interested in claiming their pleasure and desire, and those exploring gender orientation and sexual identity.

My Story

I was raised in a rural conservative town where I had my own experiences with deconstructing purity culture and understanding pleasure. As a trauma survivor who struggled with self-esteem and body image, I knew I wanted to provide others with the hope of change, which led me to become a sex therapist. On the journey to where I am today, I spent six years of my life living in west Texas, attending Texas Tech University (wreck ‘em!), where I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies and a Master’s degree in Couples, Marriage, and Family Therapy. For the past couple of years, I have primarily worked with children who have experienced various forms of abuse, especially sexual. That is where I discovered my interest in trauma and sexuality work. Although I loved working with children on overcoming sexual trauma and exploring gender identity, sexuality, and creativity, I am beyond excited to trade in my Uno cards and crayons for sex toys and erotica.


In my free time, you can find me at a local plant store, adding a new addition to my collection (aka, my little babies)! I firmly believe in living through experiences; concerts and world travel are my favorites. Trust that after the end of the workday, I will either be cozied up reading a smutty novel or contemplating if I should try a new show or rewatch my classics!

Books I Suggest


  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Certification Course -October
  • CACTX – 30 hours – October 2021 Counseling on Access to Lethal Means -October 2021
  • ZERO Suicide Institute -August 2021
  • Reporting Suspected Abuse or Neglect of a Child -August 2021
  • Texas Department of Family and Protective Services -August 2021
  • Preventing Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation -August 2021
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, TF-CBT Web 2.0 -October 2020
  • Foundational TraumaPlay Therapy, Trauma Play Institute – September 2022
  • Ackerman Institute for the Family, SAR virtual- April 2023

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