Sex therapy can assist people with various sexual problems, including
- lack of desire
- difficulty getting or keeping an erection (erectile dysfunctions)
- rapid or delayed ejaculation or other ejaculation problems
- difficulty having an orgasm
- pain during sex or inability to have penetrative sex
An assessment can help to establish whether the cause is psychological, physical or a combination of the two. Sex therapy is predominantly CBT; otherwise known as cognitive behavioural therapy, which focuses on thoughts, feelings and behaviour and bespoke treatment plans are created for our clients. Much of the treatment plan involves guiding client/s through practical exercises which are performed in the privacy of their own home.
Many couples find that the experience of sex therapy a deeply enriching experience. It is one of the most successful therapies available and can enhance a relationship on many levels. Not only do clients learn more about their own and their partners sexual lives, but they also find better ways to communicate more effectively.