A couple’s sex life is a very important part of their relationship. .
Each person is a unique individual and, as such, has their own needs and levels of libido, or sex-drive, peculiar to them. Sometimes achieving a balance between the needs of the two individuals in a relationship can seem to be an impossibility, especially where it is difficult to even discuss such matters because of social mores, shyness or embarrassment. Oddly enough, this type of discussion can be a great deal easier in the presence of a third party who is trained and skilled in working with sexual difficulties.
So, if your sexual relationship isn’t giving you the pleasure or satisfaction it once did, or if it never has, then you may find talking to a sex therapist helpful.
If you would like a little more information on this topic then by clicking on this link ,a page from Relationships Scotland’s website (our parent body), will open in a new tab. When you are done you can close that tab and return here.
All enquires about availability of appointments and costs should be directed to this office, if you are resident in Ayrshire and it is this branch that will be providing your counselling, should you decide to go ahead. Information on other branches providing this service can be obtained on the Relationships Scotland website.