Relating to yourself
and to your partner
Healthy sexuality means listening to yourself and communicating with your partner - for a sex life that brings you joy and tenderness.
When your emotions and sex life cause you pain, your whole being suffers.
Psychotherapy is an option when:
You have trouble accepting yourself as you really are and feel unfulfilled.
Your love life and sexual relationships bring you little or no satisfaction.
Your relationships are causing you psychological pain.
You feel dependent on your partner and your dependency limits your life.
You can't seem to start or stay in a significant relationship.
You want to leave a relationship that no longer reflects your values, but you're having trouble making the break.
Your sexual desire just isn't the same any more, or never met your expectations. even when you're excited, you can't maintain an erection or get lubricated.
Sexual pleasure seems to elude you or you've never experienced it.
You find sexual intercourse painful (dyspareunia) or you're unable to have sex (vaginismus).
You have trouble expressing your sexuality in ways that you or others consider “appropriate.”
You're obsessed with or fixated on an activity that you feel is limiting or takes up too much time.
You feel anxious, guilty, or depressed whenever you think about your relationships and/or sex life.
You would like to find a deeper meaning in your emotional relationships.
You just can't live with your problem any more and can't seem to find a solution.
Dare to do something different and consult.
Take a first step towards feeling better !