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Thomas Theodosiou

Clinical Neuropsychologist & Clinical Therapist

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11+ years Experience
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Julieta Carrasco

Clinical & Counselling Psychologist

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18+ years Experience
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Clarina Plessis

Psychodynamic Therapy & Mentalization Based Therapy

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14+ years Experience
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Intimacy therapy, also called talk therapy, focuses on intimacy issues. In which the counsellor understands the couple and individual sex life problems and their feelings. The goal of sexual intimacy counselling is to subtract the physical and mental issues that directly affect the sex life and sexual satisfaction.

Four types of intimacy that need to be worked on to improve the relationship are emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual. Many couples do not connect with all four types, but these are the most common.

Dealing with intimacy issues might be complicated, but it can be possible to utilize some techniques to overcome the fear of intimacy. You need to rethink the situation and the past events from when the sexual intimacy came from. Make yourself aware of your value because every relationship comes sort of uncertainty. It is better to communicate this issue with your loved ones and your partner and try to resolve it. Eventually, if everything comes near to disaster, it’s better to seek the help of sexual intimacy counsellor.

What is Sex Therapy?

The main goal of Sex Therapy is to restore and improve the sexual understanding between you and your partner and deal with the sexual problems that you’re facing. Sex therapy is not just designed for some specific gender or relationship status. It can help you understand your intimate feelings and make you more comfortable.

These are some prominent reasons for sexual compilations:

Getting an appointment with the doctor for medications might be a good idea, but it also has side effects. Some medicines are unable to work effectively. Psychosexual therapy will be the only solution that could make your sexual life better and comes with no extra side effects.

A sexual relationship is all about emotions and pleasure. A sex therapist will examine your situation and bring you closer together.

It’s very mainstream to experience fluctuation in your relationship. Most couples are more depressed after the honeymoon period because their relationship is less intense compared to the initial relationship days.

Some couples feel the difference after having children and lose the intensity and passion of the relationship under the burden of responsibilities.

What is Psychosexual Therapy?

Psychosexual therapy deal with sexual problems consisting of erectile dysfunction, desire disorders, anorgasmia, premature ejaculation, and dyspareunia.

Therapy sessions need to be conducted for 6-12 months and should be consistent for effective and quick results.

Can Sex Therapy Help?

Yes, sex therapy helps you with every sexual problem you face with your partner. The most prominent sexual problems are:

  • Lack of sex drive and desire
  • Difficulty while having an orgasm
  • Pain during sex
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Premature ejaculation

What Does a Healthy Sexual Relationship Look Like?

Every relationship has different sexual goals. Each partner needs to fulfill their requirements in a better way. If we want to improve our relationship, we must maintain sexual pleasure, romance and a good level of communication skills to understand our partner’s needs and desires. 

Your sex therapist identifies your sexual goals and does the treatments to achieve the necessary requirements to restore your sexual relationship.

Getting consistent sex therapy sessions makes you more confident and will gradually increase pleasure, intimacy, and satisfaction.

How Does Sex Therapy Work?

Fitcy health sex therapists are certified and experienced in intensive sex therapies from reputable sources.

During the very first sessions, you will meet with your certified sex therapist and discuss the sexual difficulties that you’re facing in your relationship.

After a few sessions, the therapist will create a customized treatment plan based on your concerns and sexual goals of you and your partner. A therapist needs consistent feedback from you who know your sexual life better, and you are the ultimate expert in your sexual relationship.

The next session will provide you a roadmap that focuses on your sexual goals and the treatments you need to improve your sexual relationship with your partner.

What Disorders Does it Treat?

These are some common issues that are addressed in therapy sessions:

Decreased Sex Drive and Sexual Aversion

One of the most common and complex dysfunction is decreasing the sex drive and sexual aversion. It may affect multiple areas at once. Sex therapists combine techniques and treatments of sensory awareness, self-instruction training, and some behavioral approaches to deal with this issue.

Erectile Dysfunction

Therapists deal with erectile dysfunction by helping you manage your anxiety or increasing stimulation. It can be cured by applying customized psychological techniques and exercises that are recommended just for you to deal with the issue.

Vaginismus

The women’s sexual problem, involuntary muscle contraction around the vagina, can be treated in two ways. At first, a woman must tense and then relax the vaginal muscles until she feels better and gets the most out of control.

A second treatment is to make yourself fearless and less stressed through consistent behavioral training sessions.

It is a widespread problem for women and can easily be treated by a certified and experienced sex therapist.

Dyspareunia

Dyspareunia is the most common cause of pain in the genitals, while during intercourse, a pain from tears or scars. It needs to be medically treated, but at some point, it also improves with therapeutic techniques to overcome the lack of arousal and anxiety.

What are the Goals of Therapy?

These are some goals of sex therapy that need to be achieved by having consistent therapy sessions. The problems need to be solved are:

  • Diagnosing and understanding the main problem
  • The right education and learning about a sexual relationship
  • Attitudinal shift
  • Performance anxiety
  • Sexual communication skills
  • Consider medical and physical factors
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