If you are a man and you are not able to control when you ejaculate, then you may be suffering from involuntary ejaculation, also known as premature ejaculation or PE. Too often, men who struggle with PE wait to seek help, hoping that the problem will “fix itself.” But PE is frustrating for the partner. The accumulation of frustration and disappointment can really take a toll on the relationship over time, and often kills the partner’s desire. Much of the time, the relationship becomes one of involuntary celibacy for their partner. Medical doctors will sometimes prescribe an antidepressant or a numbing cream to help delay ejaculation, but often, it can be preferable to learn to linger without anxiety in the place of pleasure— and this is how sex therapy can help.
Sex Therapy with Dr. Sara
Dr. Sara Rosenquist is a Board Certified Clinical Health Psychologist (ABPP) and Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Health Psychology (FACHP). She is a sex therapist certified by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), and an approved consultant, certified in the practice of hypnosis by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH). DrSara helps families, couples and individuals with hypnosis, sex therapy, couples counseling, marriage counseling, sex addiction, postpartum depression, and infertility issues. She is the author of “After The Stork: The Couple’s Guide to Preventing and Overcoming Postpartum Depression”, and enjoys working with clients from her office in Cary, NC.