Knowing how to prepare for couples' sex therapy can be tricky. The first and most important thing to do in preparation is to make sure that you have some chance of solving your issues. Think about the exact source of your problems with your significant other, and prepare to express them to see how to solve them. This type of counseling should not have you holding back if you want things to be solved. Following is some advice on how to prepare for couples' sex therapy.
- First, make sure you book the right therapist or counselor. There are a number of marriage or couples' counselors who can help you with your sexual issues, but make sure that you set up an appointment for both of you with one of the best. Search for reviews online, or ask anyone who might have received this type of therapy.
- Next, actually prepare. Think about all of the major issues that affect you, and tell your partner to do the same. These will then be addressed, and hopefully corrected upon your receiving counseling on the subject.
- Write down all of your major points which lead to problems, and tell your partner to do the same. Then, before going to couples' sex therapy, discuss these with each other. See if you can find some solution beforehand, and you may be surprised to see that each of you finds different things to be the problem. Note these differences in opinions between you and your partner about where the sex problems start.
- Now, you should have found what you and your partner consider to be the problems with your sex lives, and you should also have found where you differ on addressing these issues. Now you have what it takes for a successful counseling, as you can each state your problems, and tell the therapist where you differ, and then he or she will help you find middle ground to resolve your problems.
Learning how tot prepare for couples' sex therapy is often daunting. You will need to speak your mind, however, to resolve anything, so have both of you write down what you each perceive to be differences, and then discuss them to see where you differ. Then, in therapy, your differences should be corrected.