Sex Therapy

We treat a range of sexual dysfunctions for women and men. The following sexual challenges are listed below.
Female Sexual Dysfunction

(Non-orgasmic response during intercourse)

  1. Inhibited sexual desire–Persistent or temporary lack of sexual desire or libido caused by organic, psychological, or a combined etiology
  2. Non-orgasmic response–Inability to achieve an intense, reflexive, physiological, and pleasurable release of sexual tension, following sexual stimulation (or fantasy) and the buildup of sexual arousal in intercourse, oral sex, anal sex or masturbation.
  3. Painful intercourse—(also called dyspareunia)—Sexual intercourse which is accompanied by physical pain resulting from a lack of vaginal lubrication, a vaginal infection, or allergic reaction in women, from a sexual deformity in men, or from a psychogenic cause in both men and women.
  4. Vaginismus—A strong spastic contraction of the muscles around the vagina, closing off the vaginal entrance and making intercourse impossible.

Male Sexual Dysfunction

  1. Premature ejaculation—Sexual difficulty in which a male regularly reaches orgasm sooner than he or his partner would prefer.
  2. Erectile dysfunction—Inability to have or maintain an erection sufficient to allow vaginal intercourse
  3. Inhibited sexual desire– Persistent or temporary lack of sexual desire or libido caused by organic, psychological, or a combined etiology
  4. Ejaculatory inhibition—Inability to be orgasmic for males even though physically aroused and erect.