Problems with orgasm, loss of desire, vaginismus, painful sex, unreliable erections, ejaculation problems, compulsive sexual behaviours, and concerns about cyber sex such as pornography.
Relational stressors can be due to mismatches in desires, loss of libido, conflict, feeling disconnected, attraction issues, managing life transitions, overcoming infidelity, work life, caring for dependents, and mental health.
When we begin to tap into our erotic minds we start to understand what sex means for us. Sometimes this journey takes us to explore gender identities, sexual orientations and the type of relationship style we seek (e.g., poly).
Feeling uncomfortable in our bodies can impact our relationship with sex. This might lead to loss of confidence, negative self-talk body image issues, feelings of shame and guilt or perhaps avoiding sex altogether.
Learn all about human anatomy, sexual arousal models, sexual health, lubrication, the wheel of consent, urge control tools, communication techniques, sensate focus, mindfulness techniques and (bedroom) environment.
Curious about kinks, fetishes, swinging, sex parties, BDSM practices, sex toys and ethical non-monogamy? Talking therapy can offer you and your partner(s) a safe and shame-free space for exploration.