Sex Therapist Gold Coast

A Sex Therapist helps couples, and individuals address medical; psychological; personal or interpersonal factors that may be causing sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction is more common than you think and can affect women as well as men. Within their lifetime, 43% of women and 31% of men experience some type of sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction can occur at any stage of life and for females, can include symptoms such as persistent or recurrent problems with sexual response, desire, difficulty orgasming, sexual trauma, discomfort, or pain; and for males, includes symptoms like premature ejaculation, erectile difficulty, low libido, inhibitions around sex, sexual trauma or performance anxiety. In any case, sexual dysfunction can distress and strain your relationship with your partner.

Thankfully, the Gold Coast boasts some highly trained, knowledgeable and professionals Sex Therapists that can help manage and treat challenges associated with dysfunction!

The goal of a Sex Therapist is to help individuals move past any mental, emotional or physical challenges. They can help satisfy relationships and help find a healthy and fulfilling sex life. Emotional and physical intimacy are essential parts of our well-being. There is no shame in seeking a little therapy to help overcome these challenges and increase sexual satisfaction!


Who is Sex Therapy for?

Sex therapy is useful for individuals and/or couples that have difficulties in one, or more, of the following areas:

  • Performance Anxiety
  • Delayed or Premature Ejaculation
  • Performance Anxiety
  • Mismatched Libidos
  • Low Desire
  • Low Arousal
  • Sexuality & Ageing
  • Sexual Orientation Issues
  • Sexual Trauma.

In addition, there can be a range of other underlying issues including medical conditions and/or sexual health issues.


What happens in a Sex Therapy Session?

Sex Therapy is a relaxed counselling experience where the client has identified a sexual problem. Sex therapy is like any other treatment session. However, the main difference is that your Sex Therapist specialises in Sex Therapy and Relationship Counselling. CBT’s Gold Coast Sex Therapist is professionally trained and qualified to identify, treat, and manage sexual problems. There is unbiased, open conversation in a non-judgemental, comfortable environment.

During initial appointments, your Gold Coast Sex Therapist may talk to one individual at a time, or as a couple. Throughout the course of treatment, your therapist will guide and help you understand and overcome sexual challenges. Your Gold Coast Sex Therapist can also provide tips, suggestions, and some homework tasks. Together, you will work on processes to help improve responses in the future.


Importance of Sex Therapy for Wellbeing

A fulfilling sex life is crucial for your health. For many reasons, a healthy sex life has far-reaching benefits. These include better heart health and stress reduction. Further, lower blood pressure and better mental health. Sex is also a fun part of life! Sex therapy can aid in developing emotional connection and improve communication for a couple. Further, Sex Therapy can improve self-confidence and self-esteem. Your Gold Coast Sex Therapist can teach you can allow for a greater understanding of each other’s needs and feelings. Lastly, couples and individuals can gain knowledge in a session that allows them to identify barriers that arise during sex.


Where do I find a Gold Coast Sex Therapist?

Looking for a Gold Coast Sex Therapist? CBT Professionals offers Sex Therapy services with Pamela Chetty, a holistic fully licensed Gold Coast Sex Therapist and qualified Relationship Counsellor. With decades of experience, Pam is highly trained and passionate about helping individuals. She can help you create positive change, to achieve desired sexual goals. In her practice as a Gold Coast Sex Therapist, Pam will tailor her Sex Therapy sessions to the client’s specific needs.

Pam works out of our CBT Professionals Coomera and Nerang Psychology clinics on the Gold Coast.

Contact us now via telephone (07) 5551 0251 or online enquiry to book an appointment and start your Sex Therapy journey to a happier, healthier sex life!

If your require urgent help, please reach out to organisations like Beyond Blue. Or call the mental health helpline on 1300 22 4636.

Disclaimer: Firstly, content on this website is provided for education and information purposes only and is not intended to replace advise from your doctor or registered health professional. Secondly, readers are urged to consult their registered practitioner for diagnosis and treatment for their medical concerns. Lastly, CBT are not an emergency service, please call 000 in an emergency.

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