If you are struggling with any of these issues
Sex therapy is a sort of psychotherapy that tackles mental health disorders and emotional problems which affect a person's sexual performance, desire for intimacy, and drive.
These disorders are usually addressed with the assistance of a sex therapist.
This particular type of therapy was created to assist persons with issues relating to sexual intimacy.
Individuals can seek this sort of treatment independently or with a partner, whether they are single or in a relationship. While many people find talking about sex challenging, especially with a stranger while their partner is present, sex therapy can often help couples or individuals acquire more confidence, restore or enhance sexual health, communicate more effectively, and strive towards a more happy sex life.
A sex therapist will work with a relationship seeking help to better their mental and emotional health to have a more gratifying sexual experience and relationships. All exercises and physical touch are done outside of the session, and the sessions are entirely educational and verbal. Therapists may advise those in treatment to consider partaking in particular intimate activities or exercises with their partners as part of the treatment process. Still, no one is forced to do so. Sex therapy is primarily a mental and emotional expression of internal difficulties, concerns, and sex-related questions.
The first and best method to comprehend sex and relationship dynamics is knowledge. It's critical to know yourself and your relationships. I can help you with your sexual interests, needs, desires, and interpersonal dynamics in the numerous and diverse relationships that are possible, as well as how you may experience them.
If you have any concerns or challenges with any sexual, relationship dynamic, or sexual health issues listed below, please email me if you have any additional problems or would like to chat.
Lack of Intimacy
Low Sexual Desire
Changes in Libido
Relationships and Relationship Difficulties
Female Sexual Arousal
Orgasm Difficulties in Women
inability to tolerate genital penetration
Painful Intercourse - Dyspareunia
Female Sexual Aversion
Sex during and after childbirth
Compulsive behaviour's - sex, masturbation, pornography, internet sexual behaviours
Sexual Problems in Chronic Illness
Sex Therapy with Ageing Adults
Sexual Health STI's, HIV, Aids
Alternative Sexual and Relationship Lifestyles - Polyamory, Swinging, Swapping, Fetishes, Kink, BDSM
Loss of Direction in Life
Low Self Esteem
Lack of Confidence
Life and Living Stressors