CBT for Genophobia Problems
CBT for Genophobia in Wolverhampton – Also Available Online throughout the World
Genophobia is the fear of sexual intercourse and can be very debilitating for sufferers who want to engage in a normal healthy sexual relationship with a partner. It has been associated with both socially constructed ‘moral norms’ and expectations and may also be linked to earlier experiences of sexual abuse.
CBT for Genophobia involves understanding that it is our thinking, or cognitive processes, that actually create the feelings of Genophobia rather than something that ‘happens’ around us, or what somebody may have done ‘to’ us.
This is a fundamental principle within the concept of cognitive behavioural therapy and leads directly onto the idea that if we want to change the way we ‘feel’ then the most effective way to do this is to change the way we ‘think’. People tend to find that managing thinking patterns is much easier than trying to manage emotions which can often seem to be ‘automatic’.
The way that we ‘think’ is governed by a more fundamental set of underlying ‘filters’ which are known as ‘belief systems’ (or in the case of unhelpful behaviours, ‘limiting beliefs‘). These limiting beliefs are generally composed of a number of unhelpful thinking styles that lead to erroneous ‘assumptions’ or ‘patterns of thinking’ that distort the actual events being experienced or observed.
When this happens we tend to interpret events in a way that ‘fits’ with what we believe rather than a truly objective evaluation of the event. This is known as confirmation bias.
CBT for Genophobia involves developing a personal understanding of your own specific unhelpful thinking styles surrounding the act of sexual intercourse and then goes on to help you change them through the application of various tools and techniques, all of which have a well established scientific basis and have been thoroughly proven to be effective in changing these thinking patterns.
What’s Involved During CBT for Genophobia?
Our CBT for Genophobia ‘course’ takes place over 10 sessions with each hour long session lasting for one hour. You will also be required to carry out a degree of ‘work’ outside of the sessions (usually about 3 – 4 hours per week) that helps to ‘challenge’ and ‘consolidate’ some of the things that you will learn during the CBT for Genophobia sessions.
How Much Does CBT for Genophobia Cost?
Our 10 session course of CBT for Genophobia costs £795 and is purchased on a pre-paid basis only. Research indicates that people who are prepared to commit to the full course and associated costs are more likely to (a) ‘put-in’ a high degree of effort in overcoming their problems, and (b) see the course through to a conclusion due to the ‘investment’ they have made in themselves.
You can pay for your course of CBT for Genophobia on our fees page using our PayPal portal.
Initial Consultations for CBT for Genophobia
We offer all prospective clients an initial consultation to discuss CBT for Genophobia prior to commencing any treatment plans.
The consultation is free and lasts around 50 minutes.
During this consultation we will discuss the various options that are available to you and make a considered recommendation based on your individual personal circumstances.
Initial consultations are also available as part of our online therapy service.
At TranceForm Psychology we recognise the importance of the therapeutic relationship in helping people to bring about effective change, so its important to be able to ‘meet’ to discuss our change programmes BEFORE proceeding.
Our policy is to help people make a fully balanced & considered decision about undertaking work with us, including both the financial and personal implications.
For most mental health issues we recommend following our 10 session Tranceformental CBT Programme (an advanced version of empirically established Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) to overcome a wide range of mental health and behavioural problems.
CBT is a proven, evidence-based form of therapy for developing a fundamental level of understanding into the dynamics of your problem, but also for learning new coping skills and strategies for sustainable change over your life.
The full course costs £795 which you can pay for on our fees page.
Tranceformental CBT is available On-line as well as a one-to-one format in the clinic.
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