Problems having sex can bring feelings of shame, apprehension and anxiety. These feelings can make the original sexual problem worse.
Loss of sexual desire, erectile dysfunction, vaginismus and sex or porn addiction are some of the common issues people bring to therapy. These problems manifest themselves differently for each person and the underlying causes of sexual problems may originate anywhere.
Sex is a complex force within us with biological, psychological and emotional components. It’s easy for our sexual health to get derailed.
The digital age has made sexual issues more common
Technology has created a range of new sexual problems.
Easy access to online pornography has led to an increase in people approaching therapy with internet-related sexual addictions, or coming to therapy feeling desensitised towards sex after over-exposure to online adult platforms.
Some social networking sites allow quick access to sexual partners and this has led to sex and intimacy issues developing in some people.
Counselling for sexual problems in Brighton can help
Sex therapy seeks to understand the mechanics of sexual problems and restore better sexual functioning.
Some people find speaking about sex very uncomfortable, and discussing sexual problems can be difficult. An experienced therapist should be able to normalise these conversations from the beginning and most clients are surprised how quickly they overcome their concerns once the anxiety of discussing sex has been alleviated.
It’s talking openly about sexual issues that often brings understanding and awareness of these problems to light.
Get in touch to speak with one of our therapists
We have worked with men, women and couples who are experiencing sex and intimacy issues.
Often, talking about sex and sexual problems is not as difficult as it might seem. Most of our clients get over any initial reservations around discussing sex and sexual issues quite early on.
Our therapists will not judge a person’s sexual choices or experiences. That’s not what we are here for.
For more information or to book a first appointment, please contact us.
Our therapists in Brighton
Not all therapists are trained to work with sexual problems. At your first appointment, we will discuss which of our therapists will be suitable for you.
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