Sex Therapy

Sex therapy is psychotherapy focused specifically on sexual problems and the impact on various aspects of life and relationships. Sex therapy provides confidential, non-judgmental professional help to men & women for a range of sexual problems including pregnancy & fertility issues. Sexual problems can have a profound effect on many aspects of our lives and impact physical, mental, emotional and relational health. 

Talking about our sexual problems, sexual behaviours or sexual relationships can be a sensitive and private subject for many people, no matter what age you might be. Strong feelings, discomfort and embarrassment can often prevent us from talking about sex with partners or friends. These issues can effect individuals on many levels. Counselling for sexual problems and sex therapy helps individuals to feel supported and reassured. Therapy encourages and empowers individuals to understand and overcome their problems.

Sexual counselling provides individuals with emotional support, understanding and sensitivity no matter what sexual problem they wish to talk about and overcome.

Orlagh provides face to face and online sex therapy for sexual issues which can be booked online. Below are some of the issues people dealt with through sex therapy:

  • Confidence & self-esteem
  • Dating
  • Developing a healthy attitude towards sex
  • Fertility & sexual problems
  • Infertility
  • Intimacy
  • Menopause
  • Miscarriage
  • Sexual discomfort, pain, difficulty
  • Vaginismus
  • Sexual performance, sexual anxiety
  • Sex education
  • Pregnancy
  • Pornography addiction
  • Sexual problems
  • Relationship problems
  • Relationship health
  • Sex education
  • Sex addiction
  • Sex & relationships
  • Sexuality
  • Sexual health

Orlagh Gahan has provided counselling to men and women for sexual related problems including sex and pornography addiction since 2011 and infertility. She has completed additional professional training in sexual problems including an extensive course in Sexual Health Promotion with the HSE, The British Infertility Counsellors Association and various other organisations such as ATSAC and COSRT.

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