Sex Therapy

Sex Therapy

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is complex. Some men will make great progress using our e-course and will resolve their ED through that,

Individual Guidance to Help you Resolve ED

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is complex. Some men will make great progress using our e-course and will resolve their ED through that, but others may want to speak with someone about how to make things better. Individualized and specific guidance can be all the difference between erectile dysfunction and getting the erection you want.

Advantages of Individual Guidance

  • Every man is unique and the components that contribute to erectile dysfunction will vary.
  • A trained professional can help you identify and overcome factors that you may have never considered.
  • Unlike medication, working on yourself as a way to address your ED can help improve your general well-being, relationships and sexual pleasure in addition to erections.

Start with an ED expert today. Erection IQ founder Mark Goldberg helps men resolve erectile dysfunction. He offers individual, one-on-one services to men throughout the world through a secure, telehealth platform. It’s 100% confidential. You can visit the Center for Intimacy, Connection and Change website to schedule a free consult with Mark.

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There are times when a man may need more intensive therapy to resolve his erectile dysfunction. We are here for that too. We can help you determine what you need and provide you with the best services.

What is Sex Therapy?

Sex therapy is a specialized form of psychotherapy designed to help people resolve sexual issues including low desire, sexual dysfunction, and out of control sexual behaviors, among many other things.

Human sexuality is a complex experience and process. It is shaped by your thoughts, feelings, environment, society and relationships. When things are not going well, sex therapy can help you address the issues and increase your sexual performance and pleasure.

Do I Need to See a Sexual Therapist?

It depends. Many therapists who work with individuals and couples will gain some skills around sexual processes, but they may not be experts. Sexuality is a part of the human condition and it affects everyone to some extent.

Some sexual issues can be resolved by addressing common underlying issues. If someone has low self-esteem stemming from a childhood issue, they may be able to positively influence their sexual issues through standard therapy. However, in many instances, sexual issues are more complex and are better addressed with someone who has an expertise or certification in the needed area.

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Does Sex Therapy Help Resolve Erectile Dysfunction?

The process of gaining and maintaining a sufficient erection is complex. You need to optimize your physical body with lifestyle changes and proper medical treatment. In addition to a working body, a well-balanced mind and supportive relationships are important parts of the erection process.

Sex therapy helps you to identify and address the thoughts, feelings, beliefs and relationship components that can make all the difference between erectile dysfunction and the erections that you want. Most erections start in the brain whether you know it or not. Sex therapy helps you focus on addressing the mental, emotional and relationship issues that may be affecting your erections and causing erectile dysfunction.

How Long will Sex Therapy Take?

One of the advantages of sex therapy is that it is specific and goal oriented. Clearly, reaching your goals will depend on your unique factors. Some men will make significant progress within a few short meetings. Other men will choose to work on enhancing their process and addressing more components to ensure sustainable outcomes.

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Erection IQ founder Mark Goldberg helps men resolve erectile dysfunction. He offers individual, one-on-one services to men throughout the world through a secure, telehealth platform. It’s 100% confidential.

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You can email him at Mark@CenterICC.com or visit his practice — The Center for Intimacy, Connection and Change — to schedule a free consult today.