Although orgasmic dysfunction can be a problem for both females and males, it is less common in men. Some women don’t need an orgasm to enjoy sex. However, for other women and their partners, being unable to have an orgasm can be a problem.
Orgasmic problems can be:
- primary: a woman has never had an orgasm
- secondary: she has had orgasms in the past but can’t have one now.
Orgasmic problems can be physical or psychological. If you’re unable to have an orgasm, see your GP to check for physical reasons. If physical reasons are ruled out, the psychological issues should be explored.
Appreciating that this can be a sensitive and embarrassing topic for most people, I create a calm, non-judgmental, supportive and fully confidential environment for you to work through these sensitive issues.
During this and any subsequent sessions, there is an opportunity to ask questions, become familiar with the process and clarify any concerns that arise.
The duration of a treatment programme depends on the nature of the difficulty, and the pace which you feel comfortable with. If you are troubled with orgasmic difficulties, Kate can help.
Call Kate today at 086 3874956 and get expert confidential help and support.