Houston Pelvic Health Center Welcomes New Sex Therapist to Practice

The Pelvic Health and Physical Therapy Center, a team of pelvic floor specialists in Texas, has announced the addition of Houston sex therapist Emily deAyala to its practice. PHPTC hopes welcoming Emily will enhance their ability to provide quality, well-rounded care to their patients by extending their expertise in sexual dysfunction treatment and therapy.

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Houston Sex Therapist Joins Pelvic Health Center

I am thrilled to be working with a team that values continuing education as much as I do. Going to conferences together and learning the latest technologies, theories, and modalities keeps us on the cutting edge of care.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 08, 2012

Emily deAyala, a marriage and family therapist, has announced she will be joining the Pelvic Health and Physical Therapy Center to provide sex therapy in Houston. PHPTC is a group of pelvic floor and pelvic health specialists with services in pelvic muscle rehabilitation, physical therapy, pain management, and other treatments for pelvic and sexual conditions. Emily, a Certified Sex Therapist, says she is excited about joining the practice and increasing her ability to offer high quality care in the treatment of sexual dysfunction at the pelvic health center.

As a subspecialty of psychotherapy, sex therapy focuses on the treatment of sexual dysfunction and other specific conditions related to human sexuality and relationships including desire, arousal, difficulty with orgasm, sexual pain, and other issues. Sex therapy hinges on individual as well as couples and relationship counseling to address patient concerns and find the proper course of action for treatment. Emily says her goal in joining the PHPTC is to enhance her services by ensuring the best use of patients’ time and working with a team of specialists to provide more comprehensive care in the treatment of pelvic and psychological conditions affecting sexual health. “I feel fortunate to be surrounded by a team of experts in the field. The team I work with is always open to new ideas and we constantly work together to expand our knowledge base.”

Emily says she hopes partnering with an experienced, full-service pelvic health center such as the PHPTC will ultimately improve the quality of care patients receive, and assist in restoring her patients’ comfort in their sexuality and relationships. She also adds that she is eager for the opportunity to continue developing her methods and therapy practice throughout the transition to her new home. “I am thrilled to be working with a team that values continuing education as much as I do. Going to conferences together and learning the latest technologies, theories, and modalities keeps us on the cutting edge of care.”

About Emily deAyala, MA

Emily deAyala received her undergraduate degree in Psychology with honors from the University of Texas at Austin and her Master of Arts in Counseling from St. Edward’s University, with a dual emphasis in marriage and family therapy and licensed professional counseling. She is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists as well as the Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. As a psychotherapist at The Pelvic Health and Physical Therapy Center, Emily currently serves as the Texas Section leader for the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. Her services include individual and relationship/couples counseling and the treatment of orgasmic disorders, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, sexual orientation, sexual addiction, and many other sexual and relationship concerns.

About the Pelvic Health and Physical Therapy Center

The Pelvic Health and Physical Therapy Center is a division of the Colorectal Surgical Associates focused on evaluating and restoring pelvic health through therapy and rehabilitation. It also provides dietary counseling, stress management, and treatment for urinary and bladder dysfunction and bowel and fecal disorders.

Located at 7900 Fannin, Suite 1200 in Houston, TX, the Pelvic Health and Physical Therapy Center can be contacted at (713) 790-0600. It can also be reached online via the website pelvichealthcenter.com or facebook.com/pages/Pelvic-Health-and-Physical-Therapy-Center/159260407423834.

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