Sexual Problems and Therapy


Cambridge Counseling Associates, LLP was established in 1983 to provide comprehensive, confidential psychological and mental health services for individuals of all ages. We are specifically trained in sexual concerns and problems. Staff psychologists maintain affiliation at universities and hospitals in the Greater Boston area. Psychopharmacology, psychiatric, and supportive medical services are referred as required.

We can answer your questions and arrange for an informational interview, at no charge, to familiarize you with our service and procedures. This consultation will give you the opportunity to meet the psychologist who can best serve your particular needs.

Our services include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Couple counseling
  • Psychological testing
  • Behavioral medicine
  • Consultation education
  • Sex therapy

For a face-to-face or a telephone consultation, please follow these procedures:

Face-to-face consultation

Telephone consultation

Sexual Problems Affecting Men, Women, and Couples

John T. Chirban, Ph.D.

Sex, intimacy, and love are among the most powerful experiences in our life. Problems in these areas are expressed in multiple forms in out bodies, emotions, and relationships when difficulties occur, it is important to identify and address such concerns so that you may experience fulfillment rather than remain in your relationship. It's important to identify and address such concerns so that you may experience fulfillment instead of getting stuck.

Below is a list of sexual concerns that are commonly addressed and which we are prepared to assist in:

A. Sexual Problems Affecting Both Men and Women

B. Specific Sexual Dysfunctions, Disorders, and Problems





Hypoactive Sexual Drive Disorder

Hypoactive Sexual Drive Disorder


Sexual Aversion

Sexual Aversion


Male Erectile Disorder (Impotence)

Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (Frigidity)





Male Orgasmic Disorder
(Inhibited Male Orgasm)
(Retarded Ejaculation)

Female Orgasm Disorder
(Inhibited Female Orgasm)


Premature Ejaculation








C. Unconventional Behavior (Fetishism, Exhibitionism, Voyeurism, Transvestitism, Other Paraphilias)

D. Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Problems

E. Intimacy and Relationship Problems