How long does sex therapy take? To be effective, a number of counseling sessions are required, usually weekly or once every two weeks for several months. During the first meeting, your counselor will talk with you about what to expect, how many sessions you'll need and how often you'll meet. How much does sex therapy cost? Counseling can cost as much as $150 or more a session, but is often covered by many health insurance policies. Check with your insurance provider ahead of time to make sure counseling is covered by your policy, or have your counselor's office check for you. How do you find a sex therapist? Check with local hospitals and university medical centers to see whether they have a sex therapy clinic, or ask your doctor to recommend someone.
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Erectile dysfunction: Nonoral treatments
But, if ED is an ongoing problem, it may cause stress, mens health clinic NSW relationship problems and affect self-confidence. "Traditionally, Asian men are often shy to approach a sensitive topic like ED, but strangely, we find people often joke about it. "So, I figured if we approach ED in a light-hearted manner, it would be better received by men and their partners. Most importantly, the comedy is a novel approach to a serious topics," shares Dr Jason Leong, a medical doctor and part-time comedian. Hence, he is producing Get H4rd, Stand Up!, a first-of-its-kind comedy show that utilises humour as a platform to overcome the challenges of social and cultural sensitivities in discussing sexual health problems. The show brings together some of Asia's leading comedians.
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Using stand-up comedy to raise erectile dysfunction awareness
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