With very few qualified and certified sex counsellors and sex therapists practising within the greater Vancouver and Lower Mainland regions of British Columbia, many couples and individuals are left to wonder where they can go to seek help for their sexual problems.
Dr. David McKenzie has his home office in Langley, British Columbia, Canada and provides sex therapy to both individuals and couples to enable them to enjoy a satisfying and fun sex life! David's knowledge and skills in the field of both counselling and sexology is formidable, with a clinical practice that serves the entire Lower Mainland of B.C., including Vancouver, North Vancouver, Richmond, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Surrey, Langley, Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack.
We recognize the personal motivation and courage that it takes to seek help for your personal or relationship problems. As a highly trained clinical sexologist, Dr. David McKenzie treats a variety of sexual concerns and dysfunctions, offering such services as professional, individual treatment and sex advice to persons of all sexual orientations and lifestyles. Couple therapy encompasses marriage counselling and marital sex help for couples who are married or not, and whose sexual orientation may be that of heterosexual, gay or lesbian. David's approach is warm, inclusive, approachable and supportive.
Emphasis is placed on psychotherapy, emotionally focused therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and behavioural sex therapy (sensate focus), with most individual and relationship issues successfully addressed by the end of six to twelve sessions. Of course this number of sessions is an average. Some patients require more sessions than twelve and some require fewer sessions than six, all depending on the issues being addressed..
What sexual problems and dysfunctions are treated by clinical sexologists?
- Lack of knowledge of one's own body and especially one’s genitalia and reproductive system.
- Lack of knowledge of how to experience and share sexual pleasure.
- Guilt and shame about one's body, one's sexual feelings and thoughts, and one's own sexual activity. This guilt and shame often have their roots in one's upbringing.
- Premature ejaculation, erection difficulties, delayed ejaculation, lack of sexual interest and vaginismus (involuntary contraction of the vaginal muscles), fears around intimacy issues, inability to experience orgasm, and issues involved with sex and aging.
- Sex and Disability: counselling in sex for the disabled.
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