Gabriela Galvan de Antillon MS, LMHC, BCST, C.Ht., CSOTS, CAP

Gabriela Galvan de Antillon MS, LMHC, BCST, C.Ht., CSOTS, CAP

Licensing & Certifications:

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC (FL, Pending TX)
  • Board Certified Sex Therapist, BCST
  • Certified Hypnotherapist, C. Ht.
  • Certified Addictions Professional, CAP (FL)
  • Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist, CSOTS

Professional Background

Gabriela Galvan De Antillon is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Board Certified Sex Therapist at Blue Pearl Therapeutic, a solo private practice in the Miami/Coral Gables area of Florida. For over 12 years, she has helped clients through many challenges during different stages of their lives. Her calling as a therapist is to help clients address different areas of sex and intimacy, especially those wanting to address pain or performance concerns during sex. She is dedicated to helping individuals and different relationship identities have the physical and emotional experiences in their sexual lives.

At her practice, Gabriela structures her sessions around a goal focused dynamic. This assists clients to not only be specific as to what they are wanting to achieve in therapy, but to have an understanding of the topics to challenges that get to be addressed from their specific background. This approach allows sessions are tailored to them. It assists sessions to be specific to each client, their history, and supports movement towards their specific goals. Her training is in sex therapy, solution focused, hypnotherapy, with a background in Gottman, cognitive behavioral, and sensate focused techniques.

Gabriela has specialized training in sex therapy, sexual performance dysfunction, sex after baby, kink aware, sexual addiction, chemical addiction, Gottman Method, and hypnotherapy. Her greatest desire is to assist clients to have the relationship experience, sex, and emotional intimacy that enhances their life. Whether the challenge to sex and intimacy was derived from infidelity, pregnancy/birth, anxiety, pain, performance, physical/medical trauma, or not achieving the relationship dynamic that is fulfilling. Gabriela supports those concerns with specialized training, understanding, support, and interventions.

In addition to writing for, Gabriela Galvan De Antillon’s expertise has been featured in Bustle, The List, Stop Parenting Alone, and Telemundo Un Nuevo Dia.

Professional Affiliations:

ASSECT- American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists


Post Grad Sex Therapy Certification – Florida Post Graduate Sex Institute
Mental Health Counseling, MS – Nova Southeastern University
Psychology, BA – Texas Tech University

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Areas of Focus

Gabriela Galvan de Antillon MS, LMHC, BCST, C.Ht., CSOTS, CAP, specializes in sex therapy and mental health counseling, empowering clients to overcome challenges and enhance their sexual and emotional intimacy. With over 12 years of experience, she provides goal-focused sessions tailored to each individual’s needs for a fulfilling relationship experience.

Gabriela Galvan de Antillon employs a number of therapeutic approaches, including:

  • Sexual performance (vaginal pain, erectile dysfunction, rapid and delayed ejaculation, organic and non organic contributing factors)
  • Mismatched sexual desire
  • Lack or no sexual experience
  • Sex during and after pregnancy
  • Gay and Lesbian communities as well as Polyamorous, Open Relationships, Kink/Fetish Aware, as well as monogamous and heterosexual relationships
  • Couples counseling, including open and consensual non-monogamous relationships
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Sexual Health Education for Elementary, Middle, and High School

Sex vs Gender

Sex vs. Gender: Understanding the Difference

While the terms are often used interchangeably, a person’s sex and a person’s gender are two entirely different aspects of their identity. Someone’s sex refers to their biological characteristics, such as their reproductive organs that they are born with. Alternatively, gender encapsulates the social, behavioral, and cultural factors of someone’s sexual identity.

June 6, 2022