Holistic Treatment for Men, Women, and Couples who have trouble reaching orgasm
Anorgasmia or Problems Reaching Orgasm Are Not Uncommon
Sometimes it seems like the whole point of sex is to reach a climax, and when we “fail” to do so, we can be left feeling disconnected, disappointed, lonely, and empty.
But anorgasmia doesn’t mean that something is wrong with you.
Anorgasmia is very common, and there are several reasons why men and women don’t reach orgasm. Through the Tri Health Clinic, there are anorgasmia treatment options available that can return you to the highest of sexual heights.
What is Anorgasmia?
Anorgasmia is delayed, infrequent or absent orgasms (or less intense orgasms) after sexual arousal and appropriate amounts of sexual stimulation. This can also be known as delayed ejaculation in men, and sometimes people can experience “pleasure dissociative orgasmic dysfunction”, or the ability to ejaculate without pleasure or orgasm.
Anorgasmia can affect all genders and can be temporary or chronic. Long-term anorgasmia is often diagnosed as an orgasm disorder, which is when you don’t orgasm, it takes longer to do so, or you have orgasms less often than you like or are not as strong as you’d like.
What causes anorgasmia or orgasm disruptions can vary. Arousal and orgasm are complex physical reactions, and there are several physical, emotional, psychological, relationship, and sensory factors that can impact your ability to reach an orgasm.Sometimes, anorgasmia happens because of pelvic floor dysfunction. Sometimes anorgasmia happens because we are so focused on the goal of orgasm that reaching that goal becomes impossible, because we don’t even notice all of the fun, pleasurable sexy bits around us. More often, it is a combination of the physical and mental.
Put an End to Anorgasmia or Problems Reaching Orgasm
Anorgasmia may be a new experience for you or something you’ve struggled with for some time, but it doesn’t have to be your primary experience.
If changes to your orgasm or inability to do so in the way you want is affecting your emotional well-being or your relationship, then it is perfectly normal to seek help.
With anorgasmia therapy, you (and your partner) can work towards improving your personal and mental well-being and having a more fulfilling sex life through better orgasms.
Tri Health Clinic Anorgasmia Treatment
At Tri Health Clinic, we know how concerning anorgasmia can be. We take a holistic approach to anorgasmia treatment, addressing mental, emotional, and relationship factors that may contribute to your sexual health and well-being.
Using the four major principles of education, self-knowledge, behaviour change, and tracking progress, we create custom plans that address specific needs and therapy goals.
A lot of the time, what is most frustrating about anorgasmia or any kind of orgasmic dysfunction is why it happens. You may be thinking that because you struggled once with orgasm, then you have a problem that needs to be fixed, or it will never return to normal. Understanding the causes for anorgasmis, or that it is entirely normal, is one of the first steps towards effective treatment.
Together, we help you understand the reasons for anorgasmia, and the behaviours that might exacerbate it. We highlight your strengths and recommend letting go of some behaviours or coping mechanisms that don’t suit you.
While anorgasmia can be frustrating, you don’t have to do this alone. Through holistic anorgasmia treatment at Tri Health Clinic, we are with you every step of the way, reminding you of the progress you have made and keeping you on track with your therapy goals.
Problems Reaching Orgasm Resources
Here’s How Tri Health Clinic Can Help with Anorgasmia or Problems Reaching Orgasm
- We help you identify the root causes of your anorgasmia, orgasmic disorder, or orgasmic dysfunction
- We highlight your personal strengths, helping you understand yourself and more easily address the things you find difficult
- We can work with you and your partner to identify any relationship factors that may be contributing to this experience
- We help you to recognize behaviours that may be impacting your orgasms so you can work towards reducing potentially harmful behaviours
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Desire: Desire: An Inclusive Guide to Navigating Libido Differences in Relationships
A radically inclusive, sex-positive guide to managing the inevitable libido differences in our relationships, authored by two certified sex therapists who are passionate about good sex
Desire invites readers of all ages, genders, sexual orientations, and relationship structures to shed the shame and misinformation that surround the topic of sex and instead learn from 2 certified sex therapists about how libido really works. Desire differences are one of the most common relationship issues, yet, with fewer than 1,100 certified sex therapists in the country, it can be difficult to find help. This essential book breaks the mold of the sex self-help genre, which typically focuses only on cisgender women.
Becoming Cliterate: Why orgasm Equality Matters—And how to get it
We’ve been thinking about sex all wrong. Mainstream media, movies, and porn have taught us that sex = penis + vagina, and everything else is just secondary. Standard penetration is how men most reliably achieve orgasm. The problem is, women don’t orgasm this way. We’ve separated our most reliable route to orgasm—clitoral stimulation—from how we feel we should orgasm—penetration. As a result, we’ve created a pleasure gap between women and men:
- 50% of 18-35-year-old women say they have trouble reaching orgasm with a partner
- 64% of women vs 91% of men said they had an orgasm at their last sexual encounter
- 55% of men vs. 4% of women say they usually reach orgasm during first-time hookup sex
The Guide to Getting It On
This guide replaces taboos with techniques and provides safe, practical advice for improving your sexual relationships. It all comes down to communication and this is one book that has no problem with telling it how it is.
Anyone who says “Why does a book on sex need a new edition?” needs to throw away their flip phone. Today’s young adults are the first generation who began watching the most explicit porn in history on their phones in Middle School. They have very different expectations and needs from a book on sex, and those needs are changing as rapidly as technology is changing. There have been hundreds of studies done in the past four years on everything from female orgasms to how semen influences a woman’s immune system to not kill sperm. You’ll find it all in this new edition of The Guide. And the new chapter on consent will hopefully do a much better job of helping you understand what consent is and isn’t than Title IX with its strange little slogans.
Tell Me What you Want
What do Americans really want when it comes to sex? And is it possible for us to get what we want? Tell Me What You Want offers an unprecedented look into our fantasy worlds and what they reveal about us. It helps us to better understand our own sexual desires and how to attain them within our relationships, but also to appreciate why the desires of our partners may be so incredibly different.
If we only better understood the incredible diversity of human sexual desire and why this diversity exists in the first place, we would experience less distress, anxiety, and shame about our own sexual fantasies and better understand why our partners often have sexual proclivities that are so different from our own.
These resources are intended as a compliment to therapy under the guidance of a trained sex therapist.
TRI HEALTH CLINIC
Contact us today to book a complimentary consultation with our Intake Coordinator to match you to the best therapist for your needs.
Whether you are looking for female anorgasmia treatment, treatment for anorgasmia in men, delayed ejaculation treatment for men, or orgasmic dysfunction, the practitioners at the Tri Health Clinic can help.
We provide orgasm counselling to all of Ontario, including Windsor, London, Guelph, Waterloo, Kitchener, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, Brampton, Toronto, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham, Oshawa, Brockville, Kingston, Ottawa, and beyond.
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