Sex Therapy for Men
“Men are supposed to be like the postman and always deliver” — World renowned psychologist, Bernie Zibergeld
This is a hard standard to live up to and can cause stress and pressure on sexual performance and relationships. Men and women are different so sex therapy for men focuses on the issues that affect men the most. I have helped many men during my 15 years as a sex therapist. Here are some of the issues that affect men and cause stress on them and their relationships.
These conditions can affect your own self esteem and your relationships. I offer Sex Therapy for Men to help you find a way to overcome them and enjoy healthy, loving relationships.
Studies have found that 30% of men ejaculate within 2 minutes of penetration. This can cause frustration for both partners and leave men feeling disappointed in themselves.
There are a number of factors that can contribute to ED. They can be vascular, neurological, glandular, and psychological. Whatever the reason it can impact your relationship and leave you anxious.
Inhibited or Delayed Ejaculation
This means that the man is unable to ejaculate during intercourse within a reasonable time. This can be a lifelong or temporary condition. While most men will experience this in their lifetimes, if it is causing stress in your relationships then it is time to seek help.
Out of Control Sexual Behavior
For some men pornography becomes an out of control compulsion. It acts like a drug. The impact on relationships can also be similar to substance abuse and can threaten trust and betrayal. Sex Therapy can help bring this behavior back under control.
No or Low Sex Drive
Do you notice a difference in your libido? Are you not as active as you were? While there is an ebb and flow to desire, a more than brief change is cause for concern. Low interest in sex is a major stress on relationships.
- Struggling with drugs or alcohol
- Can’t keep relationships