Psychotherapy as a method of the ED treatment
Psychotherapy is one of the auxiliary methods of treating the erectile dysfunction (ED).
To restore male potency in stress, depression or the syndrome of anxious expectation of sexual failure, the following methods of psychological counseling are prescribed:
Psychoeducation is one of the most common methods of ED psychotherapy. It helps men learn plenty of useful information about the role and significance of an active sexual life, as well as about the function and anatomy of their genitals.
The knowledge, gained by a man during the course of psychoeducation, helps to better and deeply know himself and his body, and eliminate risk factors for psychogenic ED, including embarrassment due to the anatomical shape or size of the penis.
Psychoeducation is an effective treatment method for ED of any etiology, as one of its purposes is to inform the man about the importance of the correct use of drugs for restoring potency. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is the preferred method of treatment and prevention of potency disorders.
This is the most suitable method of ED psychotherapy for men, who:
Family psychotherapy is aimed at restoring the erectile function of a man by improving the relationship with his sexual partner.
This method of ED psychotherapy helps a man and his partner to:
- Eliminate interpersonal, emotional or family problems
- Improve psychological or physical intimacy
- Bring harmony back to sexual relations.
To quickly restore the ability of achieving an erection, psychotherapy is prescribed in conjunction with surgical procedures or drugs for the ED treatment. Psychotherapy helps eliminate risk factors for psychogenic ED and prevent the recurrence of potency disorders.