A fulfilled relationship enables a sexual experience that is formed by intimacy, desire and commitment. Sexual experience goes beyond simply a bodily function and is influenced in many ways by emotions and thoughts. Sometimes it’s hard for women and men to unlock the full sexual potential of their relationship.
Everyday responsibilities through family and work often leave too little time for intimacy. Unaddressed life issues commonly are expressed in sexual problems, that can be analysed and worked through in sexual therapy.
Despite its large presence in the media, sexuality is a theme that is still taboo, but in sex therapy it should be possible to talk openly about one's own sexuality and to identify obstacles and limiting factors.
In a therapy session, it is possible to speak about your own sexuality and its connected problems in an open and trusting atmosphere, alone or with your partner. Sexual therapy should give you a chance to explore your sexual needs and to reach a new erotic self-awareness.
The empathetic and nurturing attitude of the therapist should support this trust-building process. In order for this process to be successful, you need to trust in the therapeutic process and willingness to get involved in the topic.
I support Couples or individuals on the following topics, among others:
- Psychosomatic causes of painful sex
- Arousal and erection issues
- Ejaculation problems
- Lack of sexual libido
- Sexual trauma
- Sexual problems as a result of relationship conflict
- Satisfaction with your own sex life
- Body confidence
- Sexuality and violence
Changes in life stages also often pose sexual problems for men and women:
- Children leaving home
- Being single (in all phases of life)
It does not matter, whether you are single or in a relationship. An unsatisfying sex life should always be taken seriously and addressed, since it can affect all areas of your life.