Sexual TherapyYou can learn to address and overcome difficult sexual problems without feelings of guilt and shame Further Details
Unfortunately, sexual disorders are still a taboo topic. Sometimes those affected suffer from feelings of guilt, shame or secret fantasies, so that asking for help from a specialist can pose as an additional challenge. Sexual disorders are often an expression of problems in other areas, so that professional, financial or everyday stress can also have a negative impact. Repeated disagreements within a relationship can reduce the desire for sexual contact with a partner. Sexual problems can manifest themselves in different ways. These include, among others:
- Sexual arousal disorder
- Orgastic potency disorder
- Sexual Desire Disorders
- Fear of Failure
- Lack of Orgasmic Ability
- Orgasmic Dysfunction
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Ejaculatio Praecox
During your first consultation you will have the opportunity of speaking with me about this in a secure environment.
An important part of sexual therapy is communication training. Here, communication styles are reflected and altered, while positive communication is learned. You will learn to perceive and address your own needs and wishes.