Dorit Bar

Sexual Therapy

Sexual Therapy is a process of emotional healing, taking place either one on one, with couples or in a group. Its purpose is to enable manifestation of passion, erotic intimacy and love in one’s life. It is suitable for those who desire to evolve unto the next level of their sexual quest, but have not yet fathomed how to go about it.

Sessions are conducted while all participants are fully dressed and do not include physical contact with the therapist.

To whom Might the Sexual Therapy Be Suitable?

Couples who desire a deeper intimate experience, to fuse sexual pleasure with heart’s love, to solve conflicts and difficulties stemming from such matters as passion, pleasure and emotional expression; to release blocks and behavioral patterns that delay, and make it difficult on maintaining, communication in a relationship.

Women who experience difficulties in reaching an orgasm, who are afraid of sex, of physical contact with men and of men in general; those who feel pain during penetration, having difficulty in accepting one’s sexual identity or even her sexual definition, a painful separation, sexually related trauma, loss of sexual desire, difficulty in satisfying a partner, unfulfilled intimate desire, problematic sexual and emotional communication with a partner.

Men who experience difficulties in intimate communication with a partner, impotency, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, difficulties in feeling safe and secure with a partner, in acceptance of sexual identity or its definition, a painful separation, either exaggerated or too low a sexual appetite, difficulty in satisfying a partner, porn or sexual fantasies’ addiction, sex addiction, difficulty in initiating contact with potential partners or in forming intimate relationships.

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Intimacy as a Healing Gateway

The various challenges that arise in the field of sexuality are usually only the surface level of deeper layers that seek healing. Decline in sexual desire, premature ejaculation, difficulties in reaching an orgasm, or power struggles between partners due to libidinous variance — all of which are but symptoms of a more momentous challenge – the ability to acquiesce in being close to, and intimate with, ourselves and those near and dear to us.

Intimacy is the ability to truly meet: without masks, stripped of defenses, unpretentious. Usually, it is difficult to form closeness, it is scary and daunting; a concern arises that we will be seen as ‘we truly are,’ and thus, in a ‘true light,’ we might not be liked, which, in turn, may threaten us with harm. When we agree to form closeness we mature, we open up and we learn to accept ourselves and those close to us. As a sex therapist, I use the quality of intimacy to bring healing to, and bonding with, oneself and loved ones. Closeness to oneself, together with our assent to be seen, opens up paths toward self-love leading, in turn, to generosity in giving and devotion to another.

What Does Sexual Therapy Involve?

Sexual therapy is comprised a series of meetings be it with an individual or a couple. Its aim is to facilitate deep healing of body and mind. Each meeting includes discussion combined with the use of a number of techniques designed to allow one to dispose of hindering patterns and barriers. In addition, self-practice exercises are provided, designed to enhance the process which will prompt one to assume responsibility for his or her personal healing journey.

Sessions are conducted using computer-generated communication (either via Skype or hangout). One may either set a one-time consultation or engage an intensive process.

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Sexual Therapy for Men
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Sexual Therpay for Couples
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Sexual Therapy for Women

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