Are you uncomfortable with sex?

Some people have an aversion to sex but really want to learn to engage with others.  Others feel starved for physical comfort but don’t know how to connect.  Here are six points that The World Health Organization uses to define sexual health:

1. The ability to talk about sex and sexuality

2. .Sexual anatomy functioning

3.  Sexual health care

4. Awareness of healthy sexual behaviors

5. Self acceptance

6. Positive sexuality

Here’s an interesting article on sex therapy and the use of sexual surrogacy for more on this topic:

http://www.mindhacks.com/blog/2007/07/the_controversial_st.html


 

The Center for Healthy Sex (CHS) treats a broad spectrum of sexual disorders including; sex addiction, low sexual desire and sexual dysfunction. The experienced, highly skilled clinical staff of CHS offers intensive individual and group psychotherapy.

For more information visit www.thecenterforhealthysex.com or call 310.335.0997
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1 Response

  1. Andrew Romar:

    Do you have workshops for gay men?

    Posted on August 14th, 2007 at 4:39 pm

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