Iro Michael

Psychosexual Therapy

Overcome Sexual Issues and Improve Your Well-being

Discover a healthy and fulfilling sexual expression with psychosexual therapy.

Psychosexual Therapy for Sexual Issues

Overcoming Difficult and Complex Sexual Issues

Sexual issues can be complex and challenging, affecting our well-being, relationships, and sex life. As a psychosexual therapist, I provide a safe and supportive space to help individuals deal with and overcome their sexual problems. Our sessions focus on exploring and resolving sexual feelings, concerns, and conflicts, empowering you to understand and communicate your sexual needs to your partner, and broaden your choices of sensual and sexual expression. No examinations or sexual acts are involved, and confidentiality is strictly maintained.

Sexual Issues I Can Help You With

Addressing Sexual Problems to Improve Your Well-being

  • Sexual and gender identity issues
  • Sexual orientation issues
  • Sexual abuse, sexual harassment, or rape
  • Loss of sexual desire
  • Difficulties with orgasm
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Arousal issues
  • Premature / delayed ejaculation
  • Relationship issues
  • Fear of sex
  • Menopause
  • Postnatal sex and pregnancy
  • Avoidance of sex
  • Intimacy issues
  • Poor body image
  • Fetishism
  • Sex addiction

At my therapy sessions, I offer a safe and supportive environment where we can discuss a wide range of sexual issues. From sexual and gender identity issues to sex addiction, I am here to help you overcome your sexual problems and improve your overall well-being. Whether you are dealing with loss of sexual desire, difficulties with orgasm, or pain during intercourse, my aim is to provide you with the tools and techniques you need to address these issues in a healthy and constructive manner. Together, we can work towards a better understanding of your sexuality, your needs, and your desires, and help you communicate them effectively with your partner.

Sexual Identity and Sexual Orientation

A Guide to Understanding and Embracing Your True Self

Each of us has a biological sex – male, female, or intersex. Along with that, we have a sexual orientation – an attraction to people of the same gender, opposite gender, or both. Additionally, all of us have a gender identity that is defined by our deepest feelings about our gender and how we express ourselves, whether that be feminine, masculine, both, or neither.

If our biological sex and gender identity do not match up, we are considered transgender. Sexual orientation can be gay, bisexual, lesbian, straight, or uncertain. Understanding our gender identity and sexual orientation can help us better understand ourselves and our relationships with others.

Unfortunately, depending on the society and culture we live in, there can be prejudices and phobias surrounding gender identity and sexual orientation, including homophobia, sexism, and transphobia. Psychotherapy can help you explore and understand your sexuality, which in turn can aid in finding, accepting, and loving your genuine self.

For those struggling with sexual orientation or gender identity, therapy can be a bewildering experience. Often those who question their sexuality and gender identity have been misunderstood, isolated, discriminated against, or even experienced abuse from their partners, family, or society. Psychotherapy provides a safe space to explore and discuss these feelings, allowing for personal growth and understanding.

For those who choose to undergo a gender transition, therapy can be a helpful and joyful experience, despite the difficulties and pain that may be involved. Therapy can help you navigate the challenges and questions you may face during the transition process, such as the impact on relationships and professional life, and help you develop the social skills to become comfortable with your new gender identity and expression.

Ultimately, psychotherapy can empower and assist you in your struggle to make life-changing decisions for a better, healthier future by supporting you in your journey of self-exploration and self-awareness.