It depends on the issues you wish to explore and sort out, however it is a long-term process.
No, Psychotherapy is a psychological treatment which aims to promote developmental progress. This process will enable you to build resilience and discover unique ways to move forward.
You may choose to bring your partner, but we may explore it in the initial meeting if necessary.
I do not offer fortnightly sessions because you never know how you would feel after the session. You may be left with difficult feelings for two weeks; it is more harmful than helpful.
That is not a problem as long as you are not driving.
Babies can notice distress, but you can have them with you if they are under 1 years old.
It may vary based on the issue, but it can take at least 6 months.
Yes, Psychosexual therapy is a cognitive behavioural program. You will receive structured exercises during the process.
We will explore and discuss the reason beyond it and try to arrange it again.
There is no way to fail an exercise. This process aims to explore and understand what goes on for you. Whatever happens, it will help us to broaden our insight.
Yes, this therapy is inclusive of all genders and sexualities.
Yes. Psychosexual therapy can trigger old memories or arguments which may have led to sexual dysfunction. Therefore, I would apply psychodynamic counselling or relationship therapy when necessary.