Sex therapy & counselling address concerns about sexual, feelings, sexual function and intimacy individually or in joint therapy with your partner.
Sex therapy helps treatment of sexual dysfunctions when there is no physiological or medical reason or as an additional complement to medical treatment.
Sexual dysfunctions which may be addressed by sex therapy include non-consummation, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, low libido, sexual feelings and intimacy, unwanted sexual behaviours, tiredness, painful sex, or a lack of sexual confidence, assisting people who are recovering from sexual assault, stress caused problems, regaining an active sex life and other environmental and relationship factors.
You’re not alone in having sexual problems. At some point, couples have sexual problems that are often easily fixed. Couples with young children feel often exhausted and face issues prioritising their sexual life. Often older couples have difficulties with menopause and old relational resentments that shut down sex.
Sex therapy can be effective for individuals of any age, sex or orientation either in individual therapy or in joint therapy with your partner