“What if the sex therapist wants us to have a threesome to spice things up?” “I’ll have to tell my spouse everything sexual about my past!” “Three questions into the session, the therapist will know I don’t have a clue about sex.” These and many other fears can prevent couples from seeking help for years, but most leave their sex therapy sessions wondering why it took them so long to get help. Sex therapy is “talk therapy,” and doesn’t include exams, nudity, or sexual touching. At some point in their relationship, most couples will experience sexual problems. A sex therapist is trained to help couples comfortably talk to each other about sex.
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