Psychosexual follows a young woman (Gianna Dior) across the span of a decade as she grapples with her sexual compulsions and the damage it wreaks on her relationships. After her behavior catalyzes a devastating loss in the days before she turns eighteen, Gianna turns inward and channels her energy toward living the boxed life she’d always mocked, marrying early and pursuing a conventional career as a sex therapist. We meet her again as she emerges a woman as educated and accomplished as she is stunning, but her outward success masks the failings of her withering marriage, her risky and illicit sex life, and the sometimes-inappropriate sessions she leads with her clients. As if still floating on the momentum it took to fling herself off a cliff, Gianna hovers in a numbing daze of caffeine, power bars, work, and afterhours sex until finally the f-rce of gravity pulls her down on the morning her husband discovers a condom left in the toilet. To the day, it is exactly ten years since her last crash, and once again Gianna finds herself alone on the rocks. This time she resolves to pick up the pieces and find a way to rearrange them so that who she is will finally fit with the relationships she has.