Psychotherapy in sexology

Psychotherapy is essentially a conversation which involves to and talking with those in trouble with the aim of helping them understand and resolve their predicament. Therapeutic listening is not passive but involves alert and sympathetic participation in what trouble the client.Psychotherapy is not superficial chat and does not seek quick, temporary relief by suggestion. 

It involves talking honestly and with increasing familiarity and intimacy between people who are equally committed to understanding the suffered and his problem, with the aim of bringing about the change. It is difficult to draw a line of demarcation between psychotherapy and counselling.  

Supportive psychotherapy:The objective are strengthening the existing defenestration to an adaptive equilibrium elaborating new and better mechanisms of maintaining control.Approaches applied under supportive psychotherapy are:Guidance. It aims at specific disturbing problem that interest with the adjustment. This includes education about the problem and social relationship. Tension control: tension provokes a variety of psychotherapy symptoms that divert the person control: tension provokes a variety of psychotherapy symptoms that divert the person from concentrating on the task of the methods used to control this tension are self-relaxation,self-hypnosis, meditation and yoga. All these methods have basically 4 principle namely, minimization of external stimuli, focus on single stimulus, a state of passivity and a comfortable position. Externalization of interested: by providing varied types of activities such as sport crafts games fine arts the client is encouraged to resume activities that were once meaningful to him.