Sex therapy is the treatment of sexual dysfunction. These issues can include, but are not limited to:
- Arousal and Orgasm Issues
- Sexual Desire Issues
- “Sex Addiction”/Compulsive Sexual Behavior
- Masturbation Issues
- Premature Ejaculation
- Delayed Ejaculation
- Pain During Sexual Activity
Sexual dysfunction can arise from emotional factors, including interpersonal or psychological problems. Interpersonal problems can arise from marital or relationship problems, or from a lack of trust and open communication between partners. Psychological problems may be the result of depression, sexual fears or guilt, and past sexual trauma, among others. My aim as a sex therapist is to assist you in overcoming these issues and regain a functional sex life. Some of our goals for sex therapy may include:
- Increased Eroticism
- Heightened Intimacy
- Decreased Anxiety During Sexual Activity
- Increasing the Sexual Repertoire
- A Realistic Acceptance of one’s own Sexual Capacity
Sex therapy is conducted exclusively through verbal means of communication (no physical touching) either during office visits or via Skype sessions, and can resolve a variety of issues for both individuals and couples, be they lesbian, gay, straight, bisexual, transgender, genderqueer, kinky, vanilla or anyone inbetween.
To make an appointment, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will respond within 24 hours, often much faster.