Who qualifies for the title of sexologist?

"Sexologist" is a professional specialist in the Scientific Studies of Sexuality with a) a Ph D (or equivalent) - the highest possible qualification in sexuality OR with b) a Ph D (or equivalent) in a related discipline with additional post-graduate formal training in sexuality .  Sexologists must practice (or lecture) as a "sexologist" and they must be registered with the CSHP.


What services are provided by a sexologist?

Please note that not all sexologists are specialising in all specialities below and that only a few examples are given below. 

Sexology (diagnoses and treatment) often requires professional team work between the General Practitioner, the Sexologist, the Psychologist and specialists such as Urologists, Gynecologists, Endocrinologists, Surgeons and other professionals. The sexologist is trained to know who & when to refer.

1) RELATIONSHIP SEXUALITY (Couples counselling)

Understanding the differences between male & female sexuality         Sexual conflict because of high/low libido & different sexual needs and desires

Sexual fears, anxieties, inhibitions or aversion                                            Sexual frustrations / boredom   In need of sexual information, skills and techniques

Individual and relationship therapy and conflict solution                           Enhancing the quality & quantity of a couple’s sexuality       

Skills on how to manage sexual conflict in a relationship                          Fear for sexual rejection


Low sexual self-esteem with no/little confidence                                                                   Struggling to manage a high or low libido             

Hyper sexuality (sex addiction) or hypo sexuality (a-sexuality or sex aversion)             Straight / Gay issues / Intersex   

Sexual traumas and bad sexual experiences (past or present)                                          Evaluation of own sexuality & skills on how to manage own sexuali    


Training of parents on how to give sex education to their children / teenagers             Fear of parents regarding straight / gay issues

Education to parents and teenagers on how to manage teenage sexuality                    Unacceptable sexual behavior of children


Low libido                Erectile dysfunction         Pre-mature ejaculation          Anorgasmia            Hypogonadism         Prostatitis and/or prostatectomy

Mastectomy           Menopause                       Vasectomy                                 Dyspareunia           Vaginitis                     STD’s & HIV

Sexual injuries (consensual & non-consensual)                                              Many more


Traumatized victims (rape / sexual assault/ sexual molestation)               Forensic sexology legal reports (including RAF claims)

Abused / battered / sexual assault on women (or men)                                A diversity of sexual addiction

All pathological sexual behavior                                                                          Sex and the law information

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