About the Therapy

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In many cases, sexual dysfunction is related to other aspects of life and to specific issues, and not necessarily to physical problems. For example: ideas and opinions and attitudes about sex, sex and emotions, social and interpersonal communication, self-image and sexual/intimacy skills.

These issues may affect the ways in which individuals or couples connect, cause marital problems and can lead to sexual dysfunction, such as decreased sexual drive, premature ejaculation, deled ejaculation, lack of orgasm and pain during intercourse.

Whether you are married, living together, single, gay or straight –

all of these issues can be addressed and resolved in therapy.