Sex Therapy and Counselling in Melbourne

Are you seeking a sex therapist in Melbourne? If your looking for a clinical psychologist who can help you explore issues such as premature ejaculation, impotence, sex addiction, low libido, trouble with orgasm or improving intimacy in your relationship. Our Melbourne CBD clinic has experienced psychologists trained in sexual counselling. It takes courage to seek help for sexual issues so we want to assure anyone seeking counselling for sexual problems that we have experienced Clinical Psychologists in the Melbourne CBD who are able to provide treatment for sexual problems in a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment.

Sex therapy & counselling in Melbourne

Do you have problems with sexual arousal, desire, or sexual addiction (including porn addiction)? Is your sex life not what you want it to be? We’ve helped many people seeking counselling for sexual problems Melbourne wide. For more information on premature ejaculation and impotence, keep reading. If you have any questions regarding treatment, fees, or anything else, please contact us.

Premature Ejaculation (Rapid Ejaculation)

Do you have problems coming too quickly? Do you come quicker than you or your partner would like? Does this make you feel ashamed, embarrassed, guilty, nervous, or angry?

Rapid ejaculation is the most common sexual problem effecting men. Rapid ejaculation can affect your self-esteem, your sex-life, and your relationship. It can also affect your mood. That is when a sex counsellor may be needed.

Problems with rapid ejaculation are often caused by a man’s negative feelings getting in the way of him learning to control his ejaculation. All these feelings get worse over time by repeated failures, leading to more anxiety, and embarrassment. Sometimes, a man’s partner may say or do something to unintentionally compound the negative feelings.

If you think you’ve got a problem, a trained sex therapist in Melbourne can help you get to the bottom of the problem in therapy. Therapy is purely talk-therapy, which involves exploring your problem, working out what your specific and unique set of circumstances that lead to the problem in the first place, and we’ll come up with a treatment plan to solve the problem in the long-term. Therapy often involves learning new skills e.g., mind skills for handling set-backs, anxious thoughts and reactions, training for enhancing pleasurable sensations, which means there will often be tasks to practice at home.

Contacting a sexual counsellor in Melbourne can be effective for men of different ages, and different walks of life. Therapy can lead to long-term improvement of your problem. Therapy is not a quick-fix and may take between 3-12 appointments on a weekly or fortnightly basis, depending on the problem. However, therapy can work for rapid ejaculation. It can help you get back on track, re-build your self-esteem, relationships, and get back to having a fulfilling sex-life. So why not pluck up the courage and take the plunge, rather than putting it off for another day or another year? I will always provide you with a safe and supportive environment in which to explore your problem and come up with proven ways of treating it in therapy.

Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction)

Do you have problems with getting an erection? Do you have problems keeping an erection? Do you have problems with firmness of your erection?

Erectile problems can effect your self-esteem, your self-life, and your relationship. It can also effect your mood.

Erectile problems can be caused by physical/medical issues (e.g., medications, diabetes, heart disease, etc). It can also be caused by psychological issues (e.g., sexual pressure or stress, depressive symptoms or depression, sexual boredom etc.).

If you think you’ve got a problem, the first thing to do is see your doctor and rule out any medical or physical causes. Once they have been ruled out, then chances are it has a psychological cause. In this case, make an appointment with us, as a sexual psychologist in Melbourne we’ll explore the core psychological issues for you in therapy. Therapy is purely talk therapy (or psychotherapy) and there is no touching or nudity involved at all. Therapy does often involve sex education, learning new ways of thinking, and acting in your own life, that’s why there’s often tasks assigned to you as ‘homework’ to help you practice and hone your new skills.

Therapy can lead to long-term improvement of your problem without creating a dependency on Viagra or other types of medication. While therapy is not a quick-fix and may take between 6-12 appointments on a weekly or fortnightly basis it can effectively treat impotence. It can help you get back on track, build self-esteem, relationships, and get back to having a fulfilling sex-life.

Seeking counselling for sexual problems takes a lot of courage

We’re here to help you work through issues in a safe environment and everything is strictly confidential. Our practice in the Melbourne CBD offers a discreet location and a calming environment. Taking the next step to seek counselling for sexual problems and issues can feel uncomfortable, but with a little bit of courage and a helping hand you can effectively treat your problems and lead a healthy sex life.

Mindview Psychology Sex Therapists offering counselling for sexual problems in Melbourne

Luke Carrangis

Clinical Psychologist

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Ready to Make a Change?

 It can take courage to seek support when you are in need. If you’re seeking a sex therapist in Melbourne our experienced team of Melbourne psychologists are ready to provide the safe space that you need to explore your challenges and work towards lasting and meaningful change in your life.

If you have any questions or queries about our practice and sex therapists we encourage you to call 03 9052 4365 or send us an email. If you are ready to get started, you can head to our online booking page, we look forward to working with you.

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