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Finding Bliss In The Moment: The Transformative Role Of Mindfulness In Sexual Fulfilment

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Touching hands on bedMindfulness In Sexual Fulfilment Sexuality is a fundamental part of human nature and an essential aspect of well-being. However, many struggle to reach sexual fulfilment due to various factors, such as stress, anxiety, and past trauma. Mindfulness can be a powerful tool to enhance sexual experiences and increase sexual satisfaction. In this article, we will ...

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Psychosexual Therapy for Retarded or Delayed Ejaculation

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A man sits on the edge of the bed looking upsetRetarded or Delayed Ejaculation Sexual issues are common and can affect both men and women. Retarded or delayed ejaculation is a sexual problem that affects men at any age and can be caused by various factors, including psychological, physiological, or medication. It is characterised by a significant delay in achieving ejaculation or the inability to ...

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Reconciling Sexual Desires with Religious and Cultural Beliefs

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Sex and therapyReconciling Sexual Desires Sexuality is a vital part of human life. It plays a significant role in shaping an individual’s identity and can contribute to their emotional and physical well-being. However, religious and cultural beliefs often impose limitations on individuals, making it challenging to embrace their sexual desires fully. This article will discuss how people ...

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Breaking Down Barriers: Overcoming Vaginismus With Psychosexual Therapy

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Female sits on a cushion with her knees up against her chest and her head in her handsOvercoming Vaginismus Vaginismus is a condition that affects millions of women around the world. It’s characterised by involuntary muscle spasms when inserting anything into the vagina, including a tampon or a penis. This condition can cause physical and psychological distress, making it difficult to maintain healthy sexual relationships. However, with the right support, vaginismus can ...

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Reconnecting From Afar: Intimacy and Long-Distance Relationships

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Long distance relationships and sexLong-Distance Relationships Long-distance relationships are becoming increasingly common in today’s world. The rise of online dating and remote work opportunities means that more people are finding themselves in relationships where their partner lives miles away. While these relationships can be rewarding, they also have unique challenges, especially when maintaining intimacy. Intimacy is a vital component ...

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Levels of Desire In Relationships

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Intimacy and sexual desire are essential components of a healthy and fulfilling romantic relationship. However, it is common for couples to experience mismatched libidos, which can cause tension, frustration, and disappointment. The difference in sexual desires and needs between partners can range from minor to significant. It can affect all aspects of the relationship, from ...

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Endometriosis Awareness and The Benefits of Therapy

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Endometriosis is a common yet often overlooked condition affecting millions of women worldwide. It occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus to areas including the ovaries, fallopian tubes and tissue lining the pelvis, leading to pain, inflammation, and in severe cases, infertility. Endometriosis can significantly impact a ...

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Impact Of Medications On Sexual Function – How Psychosexual Therapy can Help

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Medications are an essential part of our lives, helping us manage various health conditions. However, many medications can also have unintended side effects, including their impact on sexual function. For many people, sexual function is a crucial aspect of their lives, and the impact of medications can be a cause for concern. In this article, ...

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Exploring Kink And BDSM Safely and Consensually

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Psychosexual TherapyKink and BDSM (bondage, dominance, submission, and masochism) are forms of sexual expression that are becoming increasingly popular and accepted in society. They offer a wide range of opportunities for individuals to explore their desires and boundaries in a safe and consensual manner. However, it’s important to approach kink and BDSM with caution, care, and ...

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Understanding And Managing Compulsive Sexual Behaviour

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Compulsive sexual behaviour, also known as hypersexuality or sexual addiction, is a condition in which individuals cannot control their sexual thoughts and behaviours. Behavioural addiction can have severe consequences for individuals and those around them, such as relationship problems, financial difficulties, and legal issues. Despite its prevalence, compulsive sexual behaviour remains a misunderstood and underdiagnosed ...

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Qualified Cambridge Heath Psychosexual Therapists

All of our Cambridge Heath Psychosexual Therapists are accredited, qualified & registered with one or even several recognised corporations.

BACP

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. To become a registered member our Associates Counsellor and Psychotherapists must have graduated from a BACP accredited course or passed the Certificate of Proficiency.

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UKCP

The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, UKCP, exists to promote and maintain the profession of psychotherapy and the highest standards in the practice of psychotherapy throughout the United Kingdom, for the benefit of the public.

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HCPC

The Health And Care Professions Council, offers regulation for maintaining high standards of the health and care professions to ensure that the public is kept safe and secure when utilising their services.

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