Sexologist offers sex counseling to help people understand and accept themselves as sexual beings and meet their sexual needs and desires. Sexologists are sex-positive and maintain a broad perspective by taking factors such as biological, psychological, sociological, anthropological and historical into consideration when addressing sexual issues. They use an educational approach to help clients meet their goals in a nonjudgmental way, which means that they do not have any preconceptions of what a client's sexuality "should" look like.
Sexologists facilitate clients sexual growth by helping them to identify their sexual needs & desires by offering education, resources, tools and techniques to help them meet through their issues and ultimately manage their own sexual growth. The process entails the following steps:
Helping clients to identify their sexual issues and develop a solution oriented plan to overcome those problems.
Helping clients to identify and manage unhealthy factors that may disturb the safe environment required for a healthy sexual life.
Discussing & applying evidence based sex excersices, and games for couples and individuals, for issues as; sexual intimacy, premature ejeculation, erectile dysfunction, sexual dysfunction, low libido & sexual satisfaction.
This is considered "Brief Therapy," which is goal-oriented, time limited counseling. If sexual difficulties appear to be rooted in deeper issues that require other forms of therapy, a practitioner will refer the client to the appropriate therapist. If they think that a client requires medical attention before or during therapy with the sexologist, the practitioners will do their best to provide a relevant qualified referral.