Here are the types of problems that psychosexual counselling can assist with:
Lack or loss of sexual desire (libido) or problems getting aroused
Painful sex (vaginismus, dyspareunia, vulvodynia)
Inability to orgasm
Ejaculatory problems such as premature ejaculation or an inability to ejaculate
Other penile problems such as pain and anxiety
If you would like to access this service, you will need to visit your GP first. The GP will check out with you whether or not there are any underlying physical/organic causes and, if appropriate and with your agreement, will refer you into our service.
We will then contact you to make an initial assessment appointment. At this appointment you will be seen by one of our psychosexual counsellors who will discuss what you’ve been experiencing and how psychosexual counselling may be of benefit. The counsellor may also suggest that you attend with your partner if possible. You are entitled to 8 sessions and you will see the same counsellor on each visit.