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Psychosexual Therapy

Problems with sex?

Are you concerned about how this is affecting your relationship?

Does this prevent you from finding or keeping a new relationship?

Specialist Sexual Counselling available in St Albans, Hertfordshire

Many people find it extremely difficult to talk about sexual issues, often finding it shameful or embarrassing. However, did you know that most people will experience issues with sex at some point in their lives? Taking the positive step of seeking help for these issues with specialist Psychosexual Therapy can help you to:-
  • Depositphotos_1310572_originalIdentify the problem more clearly
  • Understand what may be causing the difficulty
  • Help you to determine whether the problem could be emotional or physical (or both)
  • Set goals and identify a therapy programme to help guide you through your issues

Call us now on 01727 226920 for a confidential, no-obligation discussion of how we can help you. Alternatively you can email us at info@woodbridgetherapy.co.uk.

 

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Sex Addiction >

The term “sexual addiction” is used to describe the behaviour of a person who…Read more on sex addiction issues >

Ejaculation Problems >

Early ejaculation means that you have not yet learnt to control…Read more on ejaculation problems >

Erectile Difficulties >

Erectile difficulties means that you have difficulty in obtaining…Read more on erectile difficulties >

Fetish & Paraphilia >

Sexual fetishism, or erotic fetishism is defined as the sexual arousal…Read more on fetish & paraphilia issues >

Low Sexual Desire >

This is a very common sexual difficulty. Loss of desire can either…Read more on low sexual desire >

Orgasmic Difficulties >

Many individuals – both men and women – experience difficulties in achieving…Read more on orgasmic difficulties >

Painful Intercourse >

Both men and women can experience pain through intercourse…Read more on painful intercourse >

Sex & Disabillity >

Lifelong disability or acquired disability can impact enormously on your personal and sexual…Read more on sex & disabillity >

Sexual Identity Issues >

Lifelong disability or acquired disability can impact enormously on your personal and sexual…Read more on sexual identity issues >

Vaginismus >

Vaginismus means you have difficulties in being penetrated by any object…Read more on vaginismus issues >

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In some situations it is important to rule out any medical reasons for the sexual problem, and this is where Krystal’s extensive nursing experience can help to establish whether the individuals should seek further medical advice from a treating practitioner.

Psychosexual therapy is a talking therapy, aimed at helping the individual or couple to better understand themselves sexually. This is achieved through in-depth discussion of the presenting issues and influencing factors, to enable them to work through their problems.