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Is your sex life on life-support and you are worried that this will break you up as a couple? Have you seen your sex life slowly fading over the months or years and now it seems routine and boring? Is the end of your relationship is near? Are you fighting more and more with your partner and it seems to be related to the fact that your sex life is dwindling? Perhaps sex has completely disappeared from your relationship? Does even thinking about bringing up what you really want to do with them make you cringe and worry?
Online sex therapy helps you understand the reasons why your sex life with your partner has changed and then helps foster better communication for a more satisfying and sometimes electric!
Better sexual relations invariably improve relationships. The two main problems I see in my practice are low sexual desire and frequency disagreements between partners. A good first step is to make sure that your therapist is licensed to practice therapy and holds a professional, university degree in therapy and counselling.
Secondly, you want to ensure that the therapist you choose is also specialized in sex therapy as one of their core competencies. Not only do I specialize in sex therapy with considerable experience in the field , I also have a Masters-degree in Counselling from the University of British Columbia with an Honours designation. Although books have a lot of information, therapy contains a critical interaction: that is, it is in the relationship with a therapist that clients grow—not just in the knowledge that a therapist might have about a particular topic or concern.
Some people imagine that sex therapy is meant to simply increase the modalities of sexual experience. Instead, and primarily, sex therapy is designed to help couples talk about sex and intimacy with each other. Sometimes these reveals come up in the course of therapy, but only if you feel completely comfortable at the time and want to disclose them yourself. Therapy is about creating safety and comfort for people discussing intimate issues—it is not about creating more fear and anxiety.