ISSUES WE WORK WITH

INFIDELITY

ABOUT

PAINFUL SEX

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ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

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ORGASM ISSUES

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LGBTQIA+ and GSRD

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DESIRE DISCREPANCY

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LOW/NO DESIRE

EXPLORE

AROUSAL ISSUES

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RELATIONSHIP ISSUES

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LOW SELF-ESTEEM

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INTIMACY ISSUES

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MENOPAUSE

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COMPULSIVE SEXUAL BEHAVIOURS

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FETISHES and KINKS

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CNM and POLYAMORY

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GENDER EXPLORATION

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SELF PLEASURE

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY and IDENTITY

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TRAUMA

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NEURODIVERSITY

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SEX EDUCATION

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BUILD
CONFIDENCE

Confidence grows with nurture, while psychosexual therapy provides the environment for that growth to take place. It enables self-exploration, understanding, gaining new tools and looking through different lenses to promote a positive relationship with self and the things that matter.

TALK IT
THROUGH

Bottled up thoughts, worries and distress impact our wellness. As we start to talk, we start the journey to make sense of what is happening. It helps to do that with someone who has the resources and training to support us on our way.

MOVE
FORWARD

The first step of moving forward is understanding what is holding you back. The next is getting to a place where you can let go of it and reach out to what lies ahead. Exploration and healing take you from one to the other.

GETTING STARTED

It’s really easy to get started, all you need to do is submit a self-referral through this website and we will match you with the right therapist for your particular needs.

The price you pay will be dependant upon the type of therapy you need, the psychosexual therapist that you are matched with, and the length of the therapy session.

A self-referral is a no-obligation request, we will provide you with all the information you need to know to make a decision and proceed.

MAKE AN ENQUIRY

FAQs

Psychological treatments for ED can reduce anxiety, increase self-confidence, and improve relationships with sexual partners. Also, some men find that intense anxiety about sex prevents certain medical-based treatments from working, so addressing this anxiety can improve overall results.

Erectile dysfunction can be a consequence of physical, psychological, and/or emotional issues, or a combination of these factors.  Even if the cause of your E.D. is medical, using medication targeting physically induced erectile dysfunction alone may not always be very effective without erectile dysfunction counselling. It is therefore important that you consider not only medical causes but look at your wider lifestyle choices as well as considering the potential psychological causes for E.D.

When suffering from E.D., it is advisable to consult a GP to rule out causes linked to medical conditions, medications, and low testosterone levels to ensure that you obtain the right treatment.

If you are in a relationship, you may find it more useful to have your partner present in therapy so that the difficulty can be worked through as a couple. Couples’ therapy can help to break through anxieties quicker, recognise it is not just one partner’s problem and enables the therapist to work through issues that are present for both. Couples therapy for erectile dysfunction can help partners to talk through their feelings and find helpful, constructive ways to help them understand your condition and discuss ways to support you and integrate ED treatments into your sexual relationship.