Sex and lovemaking can be the most delicious or dissatisfying part of your life and your relationship.
Sex is about so many wonderful things; Love, fun, eroticism, lust, connection, pleasure, ravishment and surrender.
Great sex and lovemaking can be the glue that keeps you feeling deeply and physically connected with each other, enabling you to weather many other kinds of storms in your relationship and life in general.
The paradox of sex is that when it is good and satisfying, sex plays a small but positive role in your relationship (about 15 – 20%) ; BUT when sex is unsatisfying, avoided or a problem, it plays a hugely powerful drain and negative role in your relationship (from 50 to 75%).
About 45% of couples have concerns or problems with sexual desire, arousal, orgasm or sexual satisfaction. Sex problems are rarely a simple performance problem with a simple cure. They are a result of psychological, physical and relationship factors and can cause great emotional suffering and distress, creating negative ripples throughout various areas of your life.
Even though sex is a common topic for laughter and jokes in many social conversations, most couples don’t really talk much about what they like and don’t like with each other, nor are most people educated on how to have a great and healthy sex life.
Often it is assumed that once you have been together for a period, that the fun and quality of your sex life naturally diminishes, but research has shown that this is not the case, and that the best sex can actually happen in couples who have been in a committed relationship for 15 years or longer.
At the Hart Centre Adelaide, our 4 Psychologists, Peter, Ros, Andrea and Rae, specialise in Sex Therapy in addition to relationship and marriage counselling.
We have found that on most occasions our sex life and our relationships are intricately linked so having joint skills and knowledge in both fields as therapists allows us to get the the heart of any combined problem and help you create more satisfaction and enjoyment from both your sex life and your relationship.
As Psychologists, you are also able to receive Medicare rebates for these sessions with us, through Mental Health Care Plans from your GP.
We have written many articles on common sexual problems like low libido, differing libidos, difficulty orgasming, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, porn addiction, the truth about viagra, maintaining desire.
To enquire or book a session with us, please phone 1300 830 552 and our friendly receptionists will help you.
Sex Therapy (and Couples Counselling) sessions are 50 mins
Cost: $160 ($175 for after hours sessions)
Private Health Insurance Rebates apply, and Medicare Rebates may apply.
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