Premature ejaculation (PE) is men’s most prevalent sex problem and yet, being shrouded in shame and embarrassment, it’s not openly talked about. While men who experience impotence can visit their GP and get pharmaceutical support, they’re unlikely to receive any beneficial support for premature ejaculation.
Few men have been taught successful strategies for dealing with PE and the consequences can be devastating for many of them. Resulting in: the avoidance of intimacy, blaming their partners, pretending its ok, when they know inside it isn’t, or just declaring its part of getting older and they must learn to live with it. All of which results in a lack of sex and intimacy, causing their well-being and the success of most intimate relationships to suffer.
I see one of the main causes of PE is stress followed by inadequate sex education. Often the prevalent approach to sex for many people is friction based with the goal of ejaculation. This is understandable as we are fed with a cultural diet of porn which is fast, friction based and genital based and focused on the goal of ejaculation. Whether you watch it or not, its deeply woven into the fabric of our collective consciousness and thus influences our relationship to our sexuality beyond what may be obvious.
I’d suffered from PE for over 10 years, I’d given up on it ever getting better until I read about Sexological Body Work and found Catherine. I can’t believe that it was in many ways so simple to resolve. I did my homework and was committed to changing my patterns with that determination I now have control again over my ejaculation. This is priceless to me, I feel like a man again. ~ Conor
For men who want to:
In a first session I will guide you through the skills you need to connect with your genitals in a new way. This includes knowing your sexual anatomy and working with breath, sound, movement and touch.
I will give you some home practice to do, and I’ll offer you some email coaching as you do the home practice.
The second session involves introducing more arousal in the body, whilst supporting you to stay below your point of no return.
Most men find after 2 sessions they feel much more empowered to control their ejaculation. Sometimes men continue with sessions to learn more about their sexuality.
I am qualified Sexological body-worker, a professional member of The Association of Somatic and Integrative Sexologists (ASIS) and I abide by the ACSB code of ethics.
Sessions in Devon take place at the beautiful Nautilus Rooms in Totnes.
Book a session: firstname.lastname@example.org