Anorgasmia simply refers to difficulty achieving orgasm. Recent studies suggest that up to 41% of women report having difficulty achieving orgasm and nearly 5% of women report never having experienced an orgasm at all. Anorgasmia isn’t limited to women. Some men are able to ejaculate but find that ejaculation is not accompanied by the subjective sense of pleasure and relaxation that defines orgasm. Anorgasmia is usually very treatable, but requires a careful interdisciplinary evaluation as some portion of the problem may be hormonal, some portion physiological, and some portion mental or emotional.
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, marital therapy, 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.