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PG Dip Psychosexual Therapist, PG Cert Forensic Sexology
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Psychosexual Therapist, Sexual Compuslsivity
Hourly rate: GBP60.00
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Hello, my name is Doug Stow and I'm an experienced Couples Counsellor and one-to-one Psychotherapist with over 20 years experience - mainly within NHS but also in private practice. My work covers Psychosexual Psychotherapy with both couples and individuals who have sexual issues.
Background & Qualifications
- Accredited Psychosexual Therapist with The Collage of Sexual and Relationship Therapist (COSRT)
- Registered with The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
- Member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity (ATSAC).
Training Qualification and experience:
- PG. Dip. - Psychosexual Therapy, London South Bank University
- PG. Cert. - Forensic Sexology, University of Central Lancashire Professional Cert. - Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity (ATSAC)
- Advance Cert. - Psychosexual & Relationship Psychotherapy (COSRT) - Accredited Training Course
I am a specialist in four areas:
- Psychosexual and relationship therapy, for individuals and/or partners also known as couples counselling or sex therapy
- Gender and Sexual Diversity - Gender and Sexual Identity, Paraphillia, BDsM/Kink/Fetish, Escorts, Pornography
- Sexual Trauma - Rape (male and female)
- Therapy for sexual addiction and compulsivity for individuals and/or partners
Approach to Therapy & How I Work
My model of psychotherapy approach is integrative. It means that I will use different approaches from different therapeutic models to suit your needs best. Focusing on current difficulties whilst tracing the root causes, which may be found in earlier life experiences.
My core belief is simple, no matter what the issue being discussed, most important is the relationship between therapist and client. It is that strong relationship that will see us make progress together.
Couples Therapy - Relationship problems
- Communication problems in a relationship, including frequent arguments, rows, blaming
- Differences in sexual desire within the relationship
- Sexless relationship or loss of sexual desire
- Sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, vaginismus, dyspareunia, difficulties with orgasms, etc.
- Healing from the disclosure of infidelity
- Lack of intimacy
- Learning how to make connections with your partner
- Making sense of your relationship
- It is also known as Couples Counselling or Marriage Counselling.
Couples Therapy. Sexual problems
The most common male sexual problems are:
- Erectile dysfunction: when it is difficult to develop or maintain an erection during sexual activity.
- Premature ejaculation: when unwanted ejaculation occurs before penetration or soon after penetration.
- Delayed ejaculation: when ejaculation is wanted but does not occur after a prolonged time of sexual activity.
- Male anorgasmia: when wanted orgasm does not occur. This may be linked to delayed ejaculation.
- Loss of sexual desire: when there is no desire to be sexual with a partner or self.
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