Sex Therapy Directory
Sex therapy is a form of psychotherapy used to treat a variety of sexual issues, including problems with sexual function and behaviors, differences in sexual attitudes between partners, and other aspects that affect your sex life. Through individual or partner therapy, a sex therapist can help you work through your sexual concerns. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about sexual therapy, what it involves, how to find a therapist, and much more.
Sex Therapy & Other Counseling
Couples facing challenges in the bedroom may want to consider some form of sex therapy.
Finding an Erectile Dysfunction Solution
WebMD explains the various tests to find the cause of erectile dysfunction.
Seeing a Doctor: Help for Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is a delicate topic. WebMD explains how a doctor typically approaches the subject to make a diagnosis
Sexual Desire Problems -- What You Can Do
WebMD gives you suggestions for solving sexual problems with your partner with a little openness and creativity.
Revving Up Women's Sex Drive
Will there ever be a 'Viagra' for women?
Eat Your Way to a Spicier Sex Life
Researchers say the smell, taste, and even appearance of certain foods can act as potent aphrodisiacs that not only get you in the mood for love, but also may even make you a better flirt and lover.
Western Sex Therapists incorporating Ancient Eastern Methods
The ideas and exercises of tantra -- a sexual practice and philosophy found in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism -- help enhance sexual experience and deepen emotional connections.
Benefits of Kissing
Finally, something that feels good that's not bad for you. In fact, say our lip service experts, laying a big wet one on the right partner can be downright good for your health.
Before Viagra, Give These Lifestyle Changes a Try
Before popping those sexual enhancement pills, try something that will pump up your body as well as your libido.
Understanding Sexual Supplements
Steven Lamm, MD, discusses the truth about sexual supplements.
Dr. Ruth: When to Avoid ED Drugs
Can ED drugs be bad for a relationship? Just ask "Dr. Ruth".
Finding Couple Time for Parents of Kids
How can you make time for your relationship when you have children? Ask Dr. Ruth.
Slideshows & Images
Body Image Your Weight and Your Sex Drive
Is Your Partner Cheating?
Infidelity Quiz: Is Your Partner Likely to Cheat? Can Your Relationship Survive an Affair?
Sex Fact or Fiction
How much do you know about sex? Test your bedroom smarts with this quiz.
Things Men Can Stop Worrying About in Bed
Are you concerned about bedroom “problems” when you don’t really need to be? Take this WebMD quiz to throw back the covers and expose the truth.