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A sexologist is a doctor who specialises in sexology. Sexology itself is the study of human sexuality which includes a human’s sexual interests, their behaviors, and functions. The more specifically focused areas, but not limited to, are human reproduction, consent and sexual consent, gender diversity and sex, sexual diversity, and the population’s health response to sexual health challenges. In recent times, the study of love, sexual emotions, human relationships, human sexual response, sexual function, sexual pleasure and fulfilment have been included in sexology. There are university courses to become a sexologist; it isn’t regulated and you don’t need to be qualified to become one. The degree is four years long but a sexologist can have an educational background in sociology, biology, or/and public health, and more to be one.
What They Can Do
A sexologist can use their skills in many ways but they’re more commonly seen as sex therapists who have clients that either see them on an individual or couple basis to improve their sex lives. This ranges from having troubles gaining pleasure to not having the same sex drive as your partner to having a sexless relationship with your partner. Visiting a sexologist is like visiting a therapist, they hear your problems, whether that be low confidence, erectile dysfunction, low sex drive, high sex drive, not being able to control yourself, and more, helping their patient work through it by giving them the right advice and coping mechanisms. The work they do improves their clients sex life by making it as healthy as possible for them. It may take a few sessions before the client(s) get to where they want to be. If there are symptoms of dysfunction, the sexologist may refer their patient to a medical doctor to solve them.
There aren’t types of sexologists; rather they’re differentiated with how qualified and experienced they are.
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