Counselling & Therapy

DECIDING TO START COUNSELLING

 

For counselling to be successful, it is essential that you are absolutely sure that counselling is right for you and that you find the right therapist to  help  you. Sessions usually start by letting you explain your troubles in your own time and in your own way. There is absolutely no  pressure to open up about everything all at once. The process should only move at a pace that you are happy with.  It can often be the first time you have spoken to someone about what is going on in your life and can in itself be extremely therapeutic.

 

LOOKING AT A PROBLEM FROM A NEW PERSPECTIVE

 

Counselling can be emotionally challenging but I believe with the right support, that it can be life-changing.

 

SEX THERAPY

Having a happy fulfilling sex life is not just good for your Relationship, its also good for your health and your self-esteem.


Sex Therapy is for secure couples or individuals seeking help for dissatisfaction in  their sex lives. Most couples go through periods where sex is more or less frequent but sometimes it can be difficult to get the physical intimacy back, particularly if there are emotional blocks.

 

This psychosexual service delivers a carefully planned assessment and treatment programme to help adult couples and individuals, of any sexual orientation, with specific sexual concerns.  Such as: 


  • Loss of desire
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Dyspareunia (pain on intercourse)
  • Vaginismus (when penetration is difficult or impossible)
  • Delayed orgasm
  • Male and female orgasmic disorder
  • Compulsive sexual behaviour
  • Technology-mediated sexual interaction (TMSI) concerns


WHAT CAN I EXPECT

Using intense therapy based on a behavioural approach, Psychosexual Therapy (PST) is much more

directive than some counselling services. Depending on your main areas of concern, most therapy begins with an assessment phase, followed by a bespoke treatment plan designed specifically to meet your needs.

I do understand that this can be a difficult subject to discuss with a stranger but please be confident that you will always be treated with dignity and respect.  Always ensure your counsellor is a psychosexual therapist; preferable a member of COSRT.


The most common comment I hear from couples is to say that they wished they had done it sooner.

Find Me



Email: julesprentice@hotmail.co.uk



Current Practice



Relate British Forces Germany

Private Practice

Due to relocate to Wiltshire, UK in June 2019


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