Sex therapy differs little from traditional talk-based psychotherapy, except that the focus of the treatment is on solving sexual problems, and the sex therapist is a professional who is specially trained in the complex sphere of human sexuality. And just like traditional psychotherapy, sex therapy involves no touching between patient and therapist and absolutely no sex between patient and therapist.
Low sexual desire, the most common sexual complaint from women is discussed.
A variety of problems can plague men in their sexuality. The following explores each one in detail.
Shouldn't good sex just come naturally? Should we really have to work at it?
in the majority of cases, vaginismus is a physical response as a result of emotional factors.
Vocalizing pleasure during sex is an essential part of love-making and adds to the upward spiral of excitement and arousal.
Sexlessness, often frustrating and depressing to many partner's, is commonly a symptom of emotional gridlock.
Guess what? In addition to sex feeling good...it is actually good for you as well!
A discussion of the all important relationship between a man, his penis and himself.
Research suggests that giving oneself sexual pleasure is not just normal, but is common.