What Is Sex Therapy?
Sex Therapy involves a range of therapeutic processes and exercises which can be used to initiate, to restore and to enrich both the individual's sexuality and/or the sexual components of an intimate relationship.
Sex therapy is based on the guiding belief that:
Individuals and couples often encounter sexual problems and concerns at various times in their intimate relationships. Registered Sex Therapists have academic, clinical and supervised training and experience in sexual matters and in their treatment.
Sex Therapy helps people learn more about their body and feel at ease with the range of sexual feelings. Developing physical, sexual, mental, psychological, emotional and spiritual well being contributes to a healthy sexual functioning. Many people feel uninformed about how sexual responses can affect the enjoyment of sex.
Sexual Intimacy is more than physical sex. Sexual intimacy strengthens the closeness and caring bond between partners. Sexual intimacy is about being comfortable making sexual requests. This is especially important in today's pressured society. Dissatisfaction with the sexual aspects of a couple relationship and the loss of shared intimacy and trust may lead to feelings which threaten the total relationship.
Click on this link to read an interview I had with Chatelaine Magazine entitled "What is Sex Therapy - And Do I Need It? by Sydney Loney http://www.chatelaine.com/health/sex-and-relationships/sex-therapy-explainer
Board of Examiners for Sex Therapy & Counselling in Ontario
Esther Perel: Mating in Captivity
Good For Her: A Toronto destination for sophisticated sex toys, tasteful adult DVDs, and education workshops for everyone. You can view some of Carlyle Jansen (owner of good for her and sexual health educator) on youtube.
Intensive Sex Therapy Training & Guelph Sexuality Conference: University of Guelph
The New View: Challenging the Medicalization of Sex
Rainbow Health Ontario
Venus Envy: An award winning sex shop and bookstore with locations in Ottawa and Halifax