Therapeutic process with a sex therapist

How does therapy work?

The sessions are normally scheduled once every week, which allows gaining momentum in the therapy work you’ve begun.
The length of the therapy cannot be determined by your sexual, emotional or relationship difficulty, since every individual has a different degree of motivation, complexity and their dynamic unique to themselves.
Therapy sessions can either be done individually or as a couple.
It is also possible to do therapy in the comfort of your home via webcam

First session

The first session allows to evaluate your reason of consultation, your objectives and expectations. With this information, the sexologist & psychotherapist can clarify the manner in which the subsequent sessions will proceed according to your individual and/or couple needs.
This session is also essential in determining if you are comfortable with and trust your therapist. It is important to choose your sexologist according to his personality, his approach and interactions between you and him during this initial encounter.
It is important to consider that therapy can be confrontational and uncomfortable at times and that it will allow you to progress in your process.

Following sessions

Your therapist will gather more detailed information concerning your sexual and/or relationship difficulty that brought you to consult in the first place. The goal is to determine and understand your dynamic and the reasons you are facing these difficulties. Following these hypotheses, you will be able to establish with the sex-therapist objectives and ways of overcoming your difficulties.

After 

Once the comprehension of the sexual problems is finished, the following sessions help you to achieve your goals by overcoming your limits. This step tends to be particularly difficult for some people and the results are determined by your motivation and resilience at tolerating anxiety that is inevitable when it comes to change.

The last step

 

This step consists of doing a summary of the results of the therapy. Before ending the therapy, the sexologist & psychotherapist ensures that you have integrated all the therapeutic gains that have been worked on so that you can independently deal with future issues autonomously. It is always possible to slowly space out the sessions at the end to facilitate the process.