The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Department of Urology, Men’s Sexual Health and Fertility Program now offers on-site sex therapy services, joining only a handful of centers nationwide that offer sex therapy within a medical practice.
Claire Postl, MA, LPCC, a certified sex therapist through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists, manages the new service, which helps individuals and
couples adjust to sexual dysfunction due to medical issues, aging and general life changes.
WHAT DOES THE THERAPY PROCESS LOOK LIKE?
Therapy focused on sexually-related concerns is often referred to as sex therapy. Individuals or couples of any gender or orientation can seek sex therapy. Through communication and a
personalized treatment plan, individuals or couples who are experiencing sexual problems learn how to improve their sexual health in a safe and confidential environment.
WHAT TYPES OF SEXUALLY-RELATED CONCERNS CAN BE ADDRESSED IN THERAPY?
Sexually-related concerns include but are not limited to:
• Sexual functioning
• Sexual maturation
• Relationship or intimacy
• Gender and sexuality