Men who experience erectile dysfunction report feelings of failure, shame, guilt and even anger. While it is a normal part of the ageing process for erection to flag, many men believe that there is something inherently wrong with them if their erection fails.
Treatment planning forms a vital component of sex therapy interventions pertaining to erectile dysfunction. Including background information, fulfilling diagnostic criteria and contracting treatment objectives in conjunction with the client informs the treatment strategy which will be employed for the duration of therapy.
Incorporating strategies such as couples’ therapy, psycho-education and experiential activities where appropriate affects treatment outcomes, while assisting clients to manage their erectile dysfunction. Evaluation strategies are useful to understand whether goals have been reached and highlighting any continuing concerns. A comprehensive treatment plan is imperative in addressing Erectile Dysfunction while developing objectives and goals along with a treatment strategy is essential to positive outcomes.
Seeing a sex therapist for treatment for erectile dysfunction can put many men at ease with their changing erections, as well as introducing novel approaches to sex and sexual satisfaction for couples.
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