All couples go through phases where they don’t have the time or energy for regular sex. If this has become the norm and you would like to rediscover your sex life, Chesterfield Relate’s Sex Therapists can help you. It’s natural to want better sex with your partner and sometimes there are specific reasons for your difficulties. Don’t be embarrassed about it, ask for help.
Sex Therapy isn’t just for couples, we also help lots of individuals with a whole range of issues relating to sex.
What is Sex Therapy?
Sex Therapy can help you if you’re experiencing difficulties in your love life and can help you to improve physical intimacy. It can help with many issues such as lack of desire, physical problems and difficulties caused by past relationships or experiences.
Our sex therapists see thousands of people just like you. Working with a Relate Sex Therapist will help you to work out how to handle the problems you’re having and find a way to move on from them.
What can I expect in Sex Therapy?
Once you’ve made an appointment with us, you’ll be seen by a sex therapist who will listen sensitively to your description of the problem and gather further information from you to ensure that any suggested treatment meets your needs.
You will also talk about the best times for your sessions, and discuss the cost of Sex Therapy.
If at this stage Sex Therapy is considered appropriate, you will start to see your sex therapist on a weekly to fortnightly basis. All of the work you do in the therapy room is based on talking, however, you are also given homework to do with your partner in the privacy of your own home.
Clients are often amazed at the progress they make and how well they get on with their therapist, once they are over the initial nervousness at talking frankly about their sex life.
How can Sex Therapy help me?
Sex Therapy is incredibly rewarding and 93% of couples who’ve used the service said that it improved their sex life.
If you’ve stopped having sex, this programme can help you to rediscover it.
If sexual problems are preventing you from starting a family, sex therapy can address the psychological and physical issues and help you to conceive.
Whether you’re single, married or in a relationship, gay, lesbian or straight, Sex Therapy can help you to improve your sex life and to overcome any specific sexual dysfunctions.