Some men learn to modulate their psychosexual response and gain some ejaculatory control through counselling.
Counselling is also useful for dealing with other effects of premature ejaculation (PE) like low self-esteem and relationship difficulties.
There are many psychological treatments including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), psycho-dynamic therapy, couples therapy and hypnotherapy. It’s always important to seek help with relationship issues and accompanying sexual disorders.
The aim of any psychological therapy is to enhance sexual communication and sexual repertoire, address intimacy and conflict issues, low confidence, self-esteem and performance anxiety. A cooperative couple will be able to improve sexual satisfaction and experience an improved quality of life.