Sexual Problems
 

Clinique de L’Approche Véniez©

The Véniez  Sexual Problems Clinic©


Premature Ejaculation


When minimal sexual stimulation causes orgasm and ejaculation on a persistent basis for the male, he is said to have premature ejaculation. The timing of the ejaculation must cause a problem for the person or the relationship in order to be qualified as a problem. Premature ejaculation is sometimes seen in young men who have experienced premature ejaculation since their first attempt at intercourse.

 

The solution for Premature Ejaculation Problems


  THERE IS A REASON FOR EVERYTHING

 

The solution in Psychotherapy with L' Approche Véniez© is to identify the causes, the source of his or her symptoms to eliminate them. The most precise and fastest way is with L' Approche Véniez©. These different techniques are used; visualization, breathing and relaxation, hypnotism, the subliminal, and post-hypnotic suggestions. There is nothing artificial or supernatural about hypnosis.


  • The first session consists of a series of questions asked to the individual to obtain therapeutic useful information about the patient. This session allows the therapist to understand his patient and explain to him how the therapy will take place. At the end of this first session, the therapist will introduce a brief introduction of hypnosis to his patient. (duration of the meeting is usually an hour, sometimes more)

  • The second session consists of light follow-up by the therapist and deepening the patient's hypnotic state. (duration of the session is between 45 minutes to an hour)

 

  • The third session consists of the work, acceptance, the release of shocks, traumatisms or causes of the lack of security experienced by the patient. (duration of the session is usually 1 hour or more)

 

  • The fourth session consists of closing, reconciliation of the adult and the inner child, an experience of self-identity, self-confidence and loving yourself. (duration of the session is between 45 minutes to an hour)

 


Many people who are seriously depressed with sexual disorders and wait too long to seek treatment or they may not seek proper treatment at all. They may not realize that there is real help out there, or they may be concerned about getting help because of the negative attitudes held by society towards sexual disorders.