Sexual Trauma and Sexual Dysfunction

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Dr. Taji Huang, a psychologist practicing in the Los Angeles, California area, is here to provide the supportive therapy you need to help you deal with both sexual trauma and sexual dysfunction. Let her open the door leading you from “victim” to “survivor”. With her expert care and advice, you can experience a full, healthy, and loving sex life.

Sexual Trauma Counseling

Sexual trauma such as rape or abuse can dramatically impact your emotional and physical health and well-being and result in long-lasting negative effects. Dr. Taji offers help for sex abuse survivors and therapy to guide you in healing from this trauma.

The impact of sexual trauma may result in:

  • PTSD
  • High Levels of Anxiety
  • Intrusive Thoughts
  • Depression
  • Sense of Helplessness
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse
  • High-Risk Practices
  • Aggression During Intimacy

Sexual Dysfunction Counseling

Sexual dysfunction can have both psychological and physical roots. Dr. Taji can help you discover the source of your problem with counseling and therapy. Let her help you move forward to a healthy and fulfilling sex life.

Types of sexual dysfunction include:

  • Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
  • Vaginismus
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Problems With Orgasm
  • Performance Anxiety
  • Sexual Shame
  • Dyspareunia (pain during sex)
  • Sexual Aversion Disorder

These complicated issues can inhibit your ability to enjoy or perform during intimacy. Any underlying emotional issues such as fear, shame, embarrassment, or problems in a relationship can all be helped by counseling.

Sexual Dysfunction in Men

You may be familiar with the many common sexual conditions men can experience, but not aware that they can be effectively treated with counseling. Erectile Dysfunction (ED) also called impotence, can be evaluated for any underlying psychological or physical conditions before any medications or devices are prescribed.

While the exact cause of premature ejaculation is often unknown and situational, the chronic inability to control or delay ejaculation can result in anxiety, guilt and depression. While women may have more difficulty reaching an orgasm, men may also be unable to experience climax.

Sexual Dysfunction in Women

Vaginismus is the result of an involuntary muscle spasm of the vagina which causes extreme pain with any kind of penetration. While an occasional lack of interest in sex is normal, sexual aversion disorder also involves disgust, fear, or revulsion with any intimate engagement. Psychotherapy or counseling can help.

Find Help Today

If you are experiencing any of these sex-related problems, contact Dr. Taji Huang for an appointment today. She can help you find personalized solutions to ease your fears and anxieties concerning sexual trauma or abuse. With sexual dysfunction counseling, by uncovering the source of sexual dysfunction, she can enrich your life.

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