jodie@sensatetherapy.com

Tel: +44 7711 946 396

8 Tinshill Ln 

Leeds

LS16 7AP

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Everybody goes through stages where they don’t have the time or energy for regular sex, and many people will experience some kind of sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives. Sexual issues can often become problematic, especially when they prevent you from starting a family, have a negative impact on your relationship or damage your confidence.

 

As a Psychosexual Therapist I help clients to understand the psychological or physical problems that are causing sexual dysfunction, and help them find ways to overcome them and improve physical intimacy. I work with clients experiencing a range of sexual problems, including:

  • Loss of desire or Inhibited sexual desire

  • Arousal difficulties

  • Orgasm Difficulties

  • Premature ejaculation

  • Pain during intercourse (Dyspareunia, Vulvodynia)

  • Erectile problems

  • Delayed or Inhibited ejaculation

  • Vaginismus – spasm of the vaginal muscles making penetration difficult, painful or impossible

  • Communicating effectively about sex – dealing with awkwardness or embarrassment to build the sex life you want

What happens during Sex Therapy?

 

I begin with an initial consultation to explore your difficulties and assess whether Sex Therapy is right for you. This is followed by a further assessment to explore what the underlying cause(s) may be, and mutually agree the best way forward. Clients then undertake a specifically designed treatment program that will include a weekly session of therapy and exercises to do at home. You will never be asked to undertake a sexual task in session.

 

Some sexual difficulties may be caused by an underlying health condition. For example, around 80% of erectile dysfunction has a physical cause such as diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease. If it is possible that a medical condition is affecting your sexual functioning, then you will be asked to see your GP or Health Professional before proceeding into therapy.

For further information or to arrange an initial confidential consultation, please call 07711 946 396 or contact me by email

  

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