Psychosexual Disorders

Although its fair to say that we live in a ‘liberated society’, where most forms of sexual practices and relationships are now seen as acceptable,  more and more people are experiencing some form of psychosexual difficulty.
This means that many people have unsatisfactory sex lives and this creates its own stress, not only for the individual person but for their relationships too. 

It is also true to say that most people do not seek help for their problems and although most people contact their doctor if they think they may have psychosexual dysfunction, very little is offered by GPs for this kind of difficulty.  We at Reachout Therapy not only have a depth of understanding of psychosexual difficulties, we also possess the therapeutic interventions to help you have the satisfactory sex life you desire.

Psychosexual Difficulties mean:

The inability to become sexually aroused or achieve sexual satisfaction in the appropriate situations because of mental or emotional (also known as psychological) reasons.  No physical problems, specific illnesses, or medication side effects appear to cause the problem in most cases.

Although psychosexual dysfunction is not life threatening, it can have a major effect on your relationships and self-esteem.  This condition is treatable, and you will be treated with the utmost respect, gentleness, reassurance and encouragement.

As psychosexual disorders specialists both Dee and Robert are equipped to provide a thoroughly effective therapy in the vast majority of cases.

Common problems for men include:

  • Not able to keep an erection
  • Premature Ejaculation (occur too soon)
  • Delayed or unable to Ejaculate
  • Not able to become aroused when appropriately stimulated
  • Not able to achieve orgasm
  • Inhibited sexual desire

Symptoms for women include:

  • Not able to become aroused when appropriately stimulated
  • Not able to achieve orgasm
  • Inhibited sexual desire
  • Vaginismus—an unconscious spasm, or tightening of the muscles around the vagina stopping penetration.
  • Experiencing pain during sex
  • Dry vagina

If you experience any of these symptoms do not assume it is due to psychosexual dysfunction. These symptoms may be caused by other health conditions. If you experience any one of them, see your physician.

In some cases where there is a physical difficulty it is of the utmost importance that you have received, a medical investigation of your symptoms before therapy can begin. If you need help to make the initial visit to your GP then we can also help you with this aspect, in order to help you gain the confidence to approach any such examination. 

Recognise some of these issues?  Ready to do something about it?  Having the courage to take action is the first and most important step to improving your life and having the life you deserve. 

We are all individuals and at Reachout Therapy we pride ourselves on providing a personalised therapy for each client, to ensure maximum benefit is obtained from each session.  We offer a FREE initial telephone consultation. If you wish to book session following this then just follow these simple steps: 

  • Click on 'Book on Line' (above right)
  • Click on 'complete questionnaire'
  • Submit questionnaire, which will enable us to provide you with a personalised therapy most suited to 'you'.  We will then contact you by e mail or phone to chat and arrange your sessions.

Alternatively, please feel free to call us or e mail us on the contact details at the bottom of this page. 

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