Counselling for Sex and Intimacy Issues
Sex, intimacy and well-being
Sex and intimacy are an important part of life.
A satisfying sexual relationship can promote self-confidence and feelings of well-being.
It is often an area that is overlooked as many people do not realise it is an important contributor to your general health.
We make it easy for you to discuss your situation…
Many people experience a degree of sexual difficulty at some stage in their life.
In some cases, embarrassment can prevent individuals or couples from seeking help and finding solutions.
Our therapists understand this and, in comfortable surroundings, make it as easy as possible to discuss what you are experiencing.
What causes sexual difficulties?
Sexual difficulties may be a symptom or a cause of a relationship in trouble. Difficulties can also relate to a behaviour which is causing distress – for example, addiction.
Issues affecting enjoyment of sexuality may also include: general anxiety, work stress, childbirth, conflict, performance anxiety, health problems, menopause, ageing and poor body image.
We can help you with…
- Loss of desire for partner or sex after giving birth
- Low sexual satisfaction
- Erectile problems
- Premature or delayed ejaculation
- Sex addiction and / or addiction to pornography
- Pain during intercourse (dyspareunia)
- Difficulty or inability to be penetrated (vaginismus)
- Orgasm difficulties
- The impact of HIV and its diagnosis
Therapists ready to work with you
Reframe has a team of highly-trained therapists who specialise in sexual health. We have years of experience and are sensitive to how you are feeling.
We’re able to offer support using tried and tested techniques.
We use behavioural programmes aimed at getting to the root of the specific problem.
Our approach is tailored to you
Our therapists can work either individually to deal with a specific sexual problem, or with couples who are trying to regain physical intimacy.
We may discuss behavioural exercises in the session for you to practise at home. The aim of any treatment programme is to improve the quality of sexual experience and provide the help and guidance suited to you and your situation.