Tag: Relationships


Counseling on Men’s Issues

Gender Role Expectation as a Source of Men’s Health and Mental Health Disparaties Men are more likely to die than women for all 15 leading causes of death; the average life expectancy for a male, at birth, is 74.6 years, while for women it’s 79.6 years. This is because, Men do not seek out medical or mental […]

Couples Therapy with Emotional/Verbal and Psychological Abuse

Therapeutic Issues in Couples Therapy with Emotional/Verbal (Psychological) Abuse Moshe Rozdzial, PhD, LPC*   Intimate partner (domestic) abuse is a pattern of physical, emotional, verbal (psychological), and sexual mistreatment to gain and maintain differential power and control within an intimate relationship.  Verbal and emotional abuse in relationship are part of a range of coercive behaviors […]

Infidelity and Men: Why Men Cheat?

Infidelity and Men: Why Men Cheat? Moshe Rozdzial, PhD Infidelity by powerful men is not far from the headlines. Yet, regardless of age or race, both men and women cheat. The statistics of infidelity in monogamous relationships range widely from reports that about 28-60 percent of married men and 14-40 percent of married women being […]

7 Warning Signs Of A Troubled Relationship

7 Warning Signs Of A Troubled Relationship Other than obvious major relationship problems, such as physical violence, emotional, psychological or sexual abuse or affairs, many relationship problems are much more subtle or indirect. Yet, they may suggest that there are underlying unresolved issues that continue to erode the fabric of your relationship. By recognizing the […]

Are You Still Fighting?

One of the hardest things in any relationship is to truly listen to the other person.  It means putting your own thoughts and feelings on the side long enough to truly hear the other person.  Unfortunately most couples never learn how to do this.  There is no Relationship 101 in school;  If you are reading […]

Seven Rules for Healthy Relationship Conflict

7 Rules for Health Relationship Conflict A healthy relationship requires the ability to tolerate and deal with conflict in a respectful way that maintains personal dignity and avoids hurt and wounding. Conflict is normal and teaches us about our differences.  The skills of friendly conflict require a couple to agree to rules of engagement that allow them to work […]

Gay/GLBT Couples, Relationships, and Intimacy Counseling

Gay and Lesbian relationship and couples counseling: Are you coming out later in life and wondering how to proceed? Are you dealing with a Gay relationship of disparate age, race, religion, or culture? Are you suffering through a breakup, relationship loss, or infidelity? Are you in a mixed-orientation marriage or going through a divorce? Are you […]

Treatment for Low Sexual Desire in Women

Low Sexual Desire in Women: Therapy and Treatment Are you avoiding sex because of physical or emotional pain or discomfort? Do you want to be sexual but are afraid or don’t feel the desire? Are you pressured or blamed for low sexual function? Are you experiencing anxiety while engaging in sex? Is sex addiction or […]

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment in my Denver Sex Therapy Practice Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, is the inability of a man to develop or maintain an erection sufficient for his sexual satisfaction or that of his partner. The most common physiological causes of erectile dysfunction are related to aging and  include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, low serum testosterone, or side […]

Sex and Compulsive Sexual Behavior Therapy and Recovery

Sex Addiction and Compulsive Sexual Behavior Therapy and Treatment Do you spend hours on the internet or seeking sex, unable to stop? Do you find yourself having anonymous sex, frequenting prostitutes, bookstores, strip clubs, or unsafe cruising spots? Have you had unsafe sex even after you promised yourself: “never again?”Are you worried that your spending on […]