In Sex therapy the sex therapist enables satisfying sexual relationships by addressing issues such as:
low sex drive; inability to maintain an erection (impotence); premature ejaculation; delayed ejaculation; inability to penetrate the vagina due to involuntary muscle spasms in the vagina (vaginismus); failure to reach orgasm (anorgasmic / anorgasmia)
Great and fulfilling sex is fundamental to the human condition. Sex therapy works to enable a satisfying sexual relationship between two people by eliminating whatever obstacles could prevent the flow between lovers.
Sexual issues could manifest physically as:
- low sex drive
- inability to maintain an erection (impotence)
- premature ejaculation, as well as delayed ejaculation
- inability to penetrate the vagina due to involuntary muscle spasms in the vagina (vaginismus)
- failure to reach orgasm
But often more complex and subtle issues could be bubbling under the surface. Low self-esteem, latent body image perceptions and unfinished emotional business are just some of the aspects that can be dealt with by an experienced therapist.