by Tuesday, May 8th, 20180 comments

Psychosexual therapy (Plymouth Options)

Sex and relationships are very important in people’s lives, so sexual problems can have a massive impact upon people’s wellbeing. We imagine that no-one else experiences them, and so they can make us feel very alone. This can make it very difficult for people to talk about them and seek help. Yet sexual difficulties are very common and can be caused by physical and mental health issues, as well as current and past life events.

The psychosexual therapist at the anxiety & depression service (Plymouth Options) has undertaken specialist training which makes them knowledgeable and comfortable talking about sex, and able to diagnose and treat all kinds of sexual difficulties such as:

  • erectile difficulties
  • painful sex
  • orgasmic difficulties
  • sexual arousal disorder
  • lack of sexual desire
  • premature ejaculation
  • sexual aversion/phobia
  • retarded ejaculation
  • lack of sexual enjoyment
  • inability to allow penetrative sex

Referrals can be made by your GP or other healthcare professionals, or you can self-refer using the information on the main page of the anxiety & depression service (Plymouth Options).


Posted on

8th May 2018

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