Getting reliable help and achieving positive outcomes for relationship and sexual difficulties can sometimes be difficult to find. Even more problematic is finding the level of support appropriate for your needs.
The treatment I offer is based on the model used successfully by Relate for over 25 years. It will initially be carried out weekly or fortnightly with the time between sessions becoming greater as the clients gain understanding and confidence in overcoming their dysfunction.
All of the work in the therapy room is based on talking; however, you are also given homework to do with your partner in the privacy of your own home. Many clients not only enjoy their homework but delight in it as it improves physical intimacy.
Based in Central Scotland and trained in working by webcam I can offer a confidential and safe service to allow you to positively change your sexual intimacy.
Common problems which clients may seek advice for include -
- Loss of desire
- Erectile dysfunction
- Painful sex
- Premature ejaculation
- Boring sex
- Compulsive sexual behaviour
- Orgasm difficulties
I work in a warm and professional way with all my clients whatever their gender or sexual diversity. I work with gender and sexual diversity clients from an affirmative standpoint.
If you have been unable to cope with your sexual problems you may well get the help you need from a psychosexual therapist.
I am a fully trained and experienced relationship counsellor skilled in the ability to share people's problems sympathetically, and who has had a further specialised training which enables me to help couples overcome their sexual difficulties and relationship issues.
If you've stopped having sex, this programme can help you to rediscover it.
If sexual problems are preventing you from starting a family, sex therapy can address the psychological and physical issues and help you to conceive.
Whether you're single, married or in a relationship, gay, lesbian or straight, sex therapy can help you to improve your sex life and to overcome any specific sexual dysfunctions.
The first appointment is always an assessment appointment so that I can listen to your difficulties and we can talk about how therapy may help you. This will be an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have about therapy and your difficulties.
The physical and psychological aspects of the individual or couple are then further explored using full clinical assessment in order to produce the best possible treatment options.
As a therapist and not a medic all of the work you do in the therapy room is based on talking, however, you are also given homework to do with your partner in the privacy of your own home. Sex therapy generally address the emotional issues underlying sexual problems and employs behavioral techniques to deal with the physical symptoms.