Sexual relationships usually reflect other aspects of life and can be enhanced by learning how to talk to one another openly.
Whether the issue is an imbalanced desire between a couple, different sexual preferences, sexual dysfunctions or lack of sex, talking in a safe and non-judgmental space can help with working through things.
The major part played by our minds when it comes to sexual desire is recognised in the term Psychosexual Therapy where working with qualified sex therapists offers you the opportunity whether in or looking for a heterosexual or same sex relationship, the opportunity to talk openly and honestly about problems and concerns which may be adversely affecting your relationship. Psycho-sexual therapy involves the couple as it is often a shared issue and needs to be addressed together. A sexual history will be taken and there may be specific tasks and exercises that will need to be completed at home.
Sex therapy can help with problems such as:
- Erectile dysfunction
- Premature ejaculation
- Lack of sexual desire
- Penetration difficulties on intercourse
- Pain on intercourse (dyspareunia)
- Phobias resulting from early physical or sexual abuse
- Sexual aversions
- Sex addiction
- Infrequent sex
Appointments available at the following locations:
12 Raddington Road. London W10 5TG
Mon, Wed, Fri 8-6pm
2 Spanish Place
bell: Vernon Carron. London W1 3HF
30 Sutherland Place
Tuesday evenings and Saturdays
St Marys Hospital