How psychosexual therapy can help you
When it comes to problems with sex, we don't just look at what's going on in your body. We consider what's going on for you emotionally and psychologically as well. And because sex is so much more than what goes on in the bedroom, we consider sex from three aspects:
The sex we’re assigned at birth based on sex characteristics, including intersex and people born with characteristics that don’t fit binary definitions of male or female.
Our sexual orientation - lesbian, gay, bi- and pansexual, asexual, celibate, engaged in BDSM, kink and fetish, etc.
What we enjoy, how we play, who we play with, what works and doesn’t work for us. This can often be in conflict with the early messages we receive about sex and sexuality.
Whether you’re single or in a relationship, whatever your gender or sexual identity or attraction, or if you have one partner or many, we can help. Using a bespoke blend of psychotherapy, psychosexual education and supported behavioural change, we can support you with:
- Erectile disorders
- Inability to orgasm (anorgasmia)
- Inability to have penetrative sex (vaginismus)
- Loss or fear of intimacy
- Lack of desire or arousal
- Painful sex (dyspareunia)
- Out of control sexual behaviour (often called porn or sex addiction), both for those affected by it and their partners
- Rapid or delayed ejaculation
- Retarded (inhibited) ejaculation
- Gender or sexual identity, practice and attraction
- Gender transition
- BDSM and kink
- Ethical non-monogamy and polyamory