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Please call 01926 40 92 98 or mobile 07831 50 55 16 95% of my work is psychotherapy but my email address is lifecoachpenny@btinternet.com Regi...

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  • Question about Vaginismus

    How can Vaginismus be treated?

    Vaginismus in my experience with clients responds very well to the right specialised therapy. This involves a course of treatment (not medication) and special progressive exercises done over a period of weeks (I'd advise at least 4 weeks) and is greatly helped by using some simple special devices in the privacy of your own home with the guidance of a trained psychosexual therapist such as myself. (Nothing intimate takes place int the therapy room.) Vaginismus can be primary or secondary - from a young age or develop after an event or experience or medical problem. Of course it is important than any other causes of the difficulties are ruled out which may be in addition to the vaginismus. If the woman is in a relationship then some couple psychosexual work (again not involving any intimacy in the therapy room) can be helpful too.

    Ms. Penny Bould

  • Can one book to see a Doctor for a private assesment of ones mental health?

    You could go and see a doctor or you could choose to see a psychiatrist or a psychologist or someone like me a psychotherapist. As a psychotherapist I could explore your concerns and conduct an assessment which could be done in person face to face, or by Skype or if need be by phone, but being able to see you is very helpful for an assessment. I would then propose a course of treatment. If need be I would make any helpful referrals to other professionals and signpost you to other services if I felt this was needed. Do you feel at risk or in danger in any way? In the UK if you have urgent concerns about being seriously mentally unwell you could go to your nearest mental hospital or accident and emergency department or a general hospital. If u felt unable to travel then if you dial 111 or if very urgent 999 and ask for the mental health crisis team. If you seem to be a danger to yourself or others or very distressed they will sometimes telephone to speak to you before seeing u.

    Ms. Penny Bould

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About me

Please call 01926 40 92 98 or mobile 07831 50 55 16 95% of my work is psychotherapy but my email address is lifecoachpenny@btinternet.com Regi...

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