Intimacy and Relationship Issues

Intimacy problems widely occur behind a variety of closed doors. Conflicts may include a loss of harmony between the sheets, a lack of sexual desire between either partners or failure in communication. There are often psychological factors that may contribute to a sexual disorder such as erectile dysfunction, or a lowered desire after a new mother has given birth. Intimacy issues are common, but if one or more become severe and there is no resolution in sight, it may be time to look to a professional for guidance.

What Makes a Satisfactory Relationship?

•    Trust

•    Mindfulness

•    Mutual Respect

•    Communication

Some of the signs that sex problems are affecting a relationship include:

•    Disappointment in oneself or the relationship

•    One or both partners are feeling dissatisfied

•    Couples lack communication and disconnect from one another

•    One or both partners feel neglected or unwanted

•    A feeling of sexual boredom or unhappiness

Steps to take for treating intimacy issues begin with:

•    Psychosexual Therapy: this technique allows couples to express themselves in a safe environment with a trusted and supportive professional. We have several therapists in house to guide you. 

Dr. Janice Caudill

Trista Jones

Ingela Edwards

Eric Tooley

•    Somatic Sex Education: teaches through body experiences designed to nurture, deepen or awaken the sensual self. These experiences can include coaching in breath, movement, body awareness, boundary-setting, communication, anatomy, touch work and other body-based teachings about sex. Due to the nature of this work, you must have a referral from a therapist. 



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