Couples have found that a few sessions can ease their anxiety about reproducing, and about making love during the fertile period around ovulation. Some couples may be nervous about having sex during this period, and as a result some men experience ED or they do not ejaculate. Similarly, some women are anxious about being in the mood so they can have intercourse under what for some is a very stressful time.
As with all of his sex therapy and couples counseling, Dr. Libby uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to facilitate the easing of mind and body, and to get at the intricate mind/body/relationship connections. When couples have difficulty conceiving, they are subject to anxious thoughts and emotions, which then affect their behavior with each other.
Dr. Libby always develops a treatment plan to solve the fertility puzzle. He is more than a “how do you feel?” therapist. He uses humor and commonsense to help couples achieve their goals in an effective and often entertaining way in fertility therapy.
Fertility clinics have been a source of referrals for Dr. Libby, and when appropriate, he refers to fertility clinics as well. Dr. Libby’s experience and credentials make him the best choice for sex therapy and couples counseling.