Sexual Surrogate Therapy

Here you can find out about sexual surrogate therapy that doesn’t consider sex as a device, or as a release, just only as communication and education issues.
Sexual Surrogate Therapy
A surrogate is not a prostitute, or an escort, nor is she a sex coach with some casual advice to offer you.  Sexual surrogate therapy is a legitimate form of therapy. It is nothing new or outrageous. This therapy has been around for over fifty years, first introduced in the 1950’s by famous therapists William Masters and Virginia Johnston.

Sexual surrogate therapy doesn’t consider sex as a device, or as a release, or as the cure for loneliness, and etc. It is mainly about communication, education and specifically to help people who suffer from sexual problems. Some problems are physical while others are psychological.
It is important to emphasize again, that (legitimate) surrogate therapy is supervised by a sexual therapist. A surrogate must be qualified, experienced in surrogacy practice, and extremely knowledgeable about sexual dysfunctions and resolutions. A surrogate is an expert who works alongside a therapist with the goal in mind to help the client progress and restore a healthy sex life.

As specific forms of therapy they are just as varied as the list of treatable sexual problems. Sometimes a meeting can be about building a person’s self esteem, or teaching basic social and dating skills. Some meetings are about building relationships, some have more to do with frank sexual education.
Occasionally there is a need for physical intimacy between a surrogate and a client. It not seems always sexual, and can involve merely talking or touching. Usually happens that a sex therapist will speak to the client and recommend a course of action based on the communication thus far. The therapist, client and surrogate do communicate with each other and the client sees the therapist on a regular basis. Sometimes a therapist will refer the client to a sex surrogate with instructions on what the client needs, and the surrogate will demonstrate these methods.

The important thing here is that surrogates and therapists work together to resolve a problem. As counseling or therapy are limited in what they can show a person suffering from sexual dysfunction or disorders, sexual surrogacy can demonstrate to a person in physical ways (not always sexual) how to solve a problem. The success outcome of treating sexual problems with sexual counseling and surrogacy is believed to be near 90%.

Clients that come to sexual therapy and surrogacy will usually be complaining of either sexual dysfunction (physical conditions, disabilities or diseases) or psychological problems as relates to sex, such as phobias or relationship concerns. That can be some diseases or disorders that are not curable. For that reason, the purpose of sex therapy then would be to teach the person, or couple, how to adjust to these changes and improve their sex life in spite of limitations. Any other problems will be curable with surrogate therapy. Some concerns could be caused by psychological problems. Then the therapist and surrogate would work together to teach the client how to overcome his frame of mind or phobia, and how to go about resuming sexual relations in a normal, healthy way.

The greatest advantage in seeing a sexual surrogate is the professionalism of the setting. Qualified surrogates are very knowledgeable and ethical. For the purpose to be a licensed, officially recognized surrogate one must adhere to the standards of the “International Professional Surrogates Association”, which puts high priority on surrogates ensuring a client’s interests, safety and confidentiality. When professional surrogate is polite and educated, it makes it easier on the client to be candid.

Also it is good to know that sex surrogates and therapists have heard it all. They are well-experienced in therapy and knowledgeable about sex. They saw many, many cases of every imaginable problem. This takes the pressure off of the client, to know that a therapist or surrogate won’t be shocked by what they hear. The therapists won’t be confused as to how to go about helping an individual. And surely they won’t feel embarrassed having to teach a person how to improve his sex life. The client must be sure that he is in good hands.

For over half a century the surrogate therapy has been a legitimate form of therapy and will continue to be as more and more people become educated about the true benefits of surrogacy.
A happier attitude, a healthier lifestyle and better sex could be just one appointment away.