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All couples go through stages within their marriage where they don’t have the time or energy for regular sex or they have issues with intimacy. If this is something you feel you are struggling with, then Amanah is the right place for you In sha’ Allah. For Muslims the Qurʾān as well as the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ provide clear guidance as to the importance of a loving marital relationship and sexual intamcy is a core part of that.
“And it is among His signs that He has created for you wives from among yourselves, so that you may find tranquility in them, and He has created love and kindness between you”.
It’s natural to want better sex with your spouse and sometimes there are specific reasons for your difficulties which can be resolved with intervention. If you are struggling with any aspect of your sex life, don’t be embarrassed about it, ask for help.
Some of the common Sexual Issues are:
Desire disorders: lack of sexual desire or interest in sex.
Arousal disorders: inability to become physically aroused or excited during sexual activity.
Orgasm disorders: delay or absence of orgasm (climax).
Pain disorders: pain during intercourse
What to Expect
You will see your sex therapist on a weekly to fortnightly basis. All of the work you do in the therapy room is based on talking therapy, however, you are also given homework to do with your partner in the privacy of your own home. Clients are often amazed at the progress they make once they are over the initial nervousness at talking frankly about their issue with the therapist in a safe and confidential space Alhumdolilah.
If you've stopped having sex, this programme can help you to rediscover it. Sex therapy can address the psychological, emotional and physical issues and help you connect better with your partner.