SEXUAL PROBLEMS: SEX THERAPY

Unfortunately, many men share similar attitude: They take advice to see a sex therapist as an indication that someone thinks they are crazy. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Sex therapy is for people who want to overcome habits and attitudes which sabotage their sex lives—if s usually not for people with serious emotional or mental problems, because often they can’t benefit from it. Generally, a sex therapist will not focus on your unconscious, or attempt to analyze you. A sex therapist will help you define your goals and possibly revise them so they are more attainable; identify problem areas and suggest solutions; and provide suggestions and exercises for making positive changes.

The fact is, sexual problems affect most people at some point in their lives. Think about it: Why would this emotionally packed area of human behavior be any more immune from disturbance than other parts of life? And sex therapy doesn’t take a lifetime. Sometimes, just a brief period of help can make a very positive and rewarding difference.

Although there are lots of variations of sex therapy, modern-day sex therapy began with the work of Masters and Johnson. As the term is usually used, sex therapy is designed to focus on the needs, concerns and expectations of the client. It can be a highly structured, short-term program lasting a few weeks or months, or it may be more flexible in design.

Different forms of sex therapy can benefit men and women with a wide variety of sexual difficulties, but we’re going to concentrate on how sex therapy can help men who experience erection problems.

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