When we look at sexual issues we get all sorts of feelings, judgements, self-judgements, many little voices in our heads and we can experience the ‘Fight, flight or freeze reaction’. These feelings of fear and shame have to deal with so many emotions and sensations racing around the body and, as a result, we don’t know what to do with them and, in our society, we are encouraged to control or suppress then, and certainly not to speak about them.
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- Are you having sexual difficulties?
- Are you worried about your sexuality?
- Not sure of your orientation or gender?
Whatever your sexual issues, I can help you (whatever your gender or orientation) to make healthy choices with your sexual relationship
Having trained with the UKAHPP on the breakdowns within sexual relationships, I am able to help and work with anyone relating to these issues successfully. I trained with Couples Counsellor, Juliet Grayson, and learned to understand our relationships with partners, wives and husbands in order to understand how better to listen and work towards a healthier, happy, fun-filled life. My understanding within the issues relating to sexual abuse and domestic violence have been on-going for more than twenty years and includes working with people who have drug or alcohol issues. I also work with on-going training within young adult organisations.
Where do we begin with sexual issues?
The basic needs of human beings are food, water, air, shelter and sex. So many outside influences affect us through conditioning, religion, tradition, economic factors, state intervention, and the family area in which we grow up. All these factors contribute to your state of mind. The list can go on and on but when we have to accept ourselves completely, including our sexuality.
My experience within the field of sexuality include:
- Sexually transmitted disease – all ages
- Gender issues
- Impotence and premature ejaculation
- Sexual addictions
- Culturally related issues
The family is the arena in which most of us in western culture gain a sense of our individual sexual needs and identities. Along with this are economic and social organisation, social regulation and cultural influence
For a non-judgemental, empathetic and confidential appointment phone Jacquie on 07733 454 790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org