Sexuality Concerns:

Sexual Function and Dysfunction

There are no "right" or "wrong" ways to experience sexuality, but when our bodies don't respond the way we expect them to, or when pain interferes, we can feel like an important part of ourselves is broken. Sex therapy can help to improve sexual functioning. But it can also help you and your partner find ways to feel connected and to share pleasure while you're working on it.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (sometimes called “ED” or “impotence”) can be enormously frustrating for both partners, and can really do a job on your self-esteem. But it’s also very treatable.

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Rapid Ejaculation

Rapid ejaculation (sometimes called "premature ejaculation") is a common problem. Like other sexual dysfunctions, the psychological impact can be just as distressing as the physical symptoms. The exact causes of rapid ejaculation are unknown, but several effective treatment paths are available.

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Delayed Ejaculation

While some men struggle with ejaculating more quickly than they'd like, others feel it takes too much time or effort to get to ejaculation, or they can't ejaculate at all. Both physical and emotional aspects can play a part in causing—and solving—this problem.

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Orgasm Difficulties in Women

There are lots of unfortunate myths about women and orgasms, and sometimes a little education is all it takes to feel better. But if your pleasure still isn't all you want it to be, you should know that sex therapy is very effective in helping women achieve their orgasmic potential.

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Sexual Pain

Sexual pain doesn’t just hurt physically. It can make us feel defective or broken, and it can affect our relationships as well. Causes can be both physical and psychological, so we will team with your doctor both to heal what hurts and to find ways to be intimate and sexual that are pleasurable for you (and your partner!).

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