Premature ejaculation

Premature ejaculation isn’t necessarily about a man ejaculating too quickly. A better description would be that he comes before he is ready to which means that he has no sense of control over when he ejaculates. This can often lead to frustration for both him and his partner.

The accessibility of porn has added further pressure on men (and women), portraying an unrealistic idea of how long a man can last for during direct stimulation.

Although premature ejaculation is not unusual in older men, it is very common in young men. Often this is because they have trained themselves to come quickly during masturbation. Or because they are so concerned about their performance that they over think when having sex. Attempting to use distraction techniques when having sex only makes the matter worse.

Sex therapy is an effective way of addressing premature ejaculation and can help with sexual confidence

Therapy cost: £50 per session

Other therapies

Compulsive sex & porn use

Compulsive sex & porn use

Compulsive sexual behaviours are probably not what you think they are. They are not about having a high sex drive, neither are they a moral failing. They are often not about being stuck in an unhappy relationship. If sex and porn is being used compulsively, it is likely a mechanism to help deal with difficult or uncomfortable feelings

Loss of Sexual Interest

Loss of Sexual Interest

Loss of sexual interest is one of the most common reasons why people seek out sex therapy and despite what we have been led to believe, loss of sexual motivation can affect men just as much as women. A mismatch in a couple’s desire for sex can have a devastating effect on the relationship.

Erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common sexual problems experienced by men of all ages. We only need to look at how popular Viagra and other ED drugs are to know the scale of the problem.

Vulval pain conditions

Vulval pain conditions

Vulval pain conditions, such as vaginismus or vulvodynia are conditions that make penetrative sex very painful or impossible, even if you are aroused and happy to have sex. These conditions can be very distressing for both you and your partner.

Other sexual problems

Other sexual problems

If you are experiencing sexual problems that are not listed on this site, such as difficulty with orgasm or delayed ejaculation, struggling to figure out what your sexual orientation is or maybe fetish, lack of sexual confidence or anything else, please get in touch to see how we can help you.

Sexual Shame

Sexual Shame

Sexual shame is very common, however, in our culture, this is not something you will hear many people openly discuss. Often our first experiences of sexuality as children are met with shame responses from other children or adults, making us want to hide our sexual selves.