• Emotional or social difficulties

  • Questioning about sexuality orientation (if this questioning triggers suffering)

  • Manipulation, humiliation within the couple

  • Agressiveness of one of the couple's partner *

  • Difficulty in establishing a stable and lasting emotional relationship *

  • Communication alterations in the couple *

  • Jealousy, lack of trust between partners. 

  • Conjugal disagreement  *

  • Infidelity issues, including so-called “sex addiction,” *

  • Repetitive extra-marital relationships

  • Separation, divorce

  • Transsexuality (pre-transition,transition, post-transition) / Transgender

  • LGBTQ issues


  • Difficulties in eroticizing the relationship  *

  • Sexual dysfunctions in relationship

  • ​Loss of desire/eroticism within the couple

  • Avoidance of intercourse/sexless relationship

  • Stress / Lack of trust in sexuality or intimacy 

  • Premature ejaculation *

  • Hypersexuality disorders:

- addiction to cybersex and/or pornography *

- excessive and uncontrolled frequency of sexual behaviour (compulsive prostitute attendance, multiple partners)

- compulsive self-eroticism with repeated (5 to 15 per day) and frenetic masturbations

  • Hyposexuality disorders:

- lack of sexual interest

- inability to have an orgasm

- lack of pleasure during sexual intercourse

- pain during sexual intercourse

Personal "counselling" does not aim to obtain profound psychological changes but rather to strengthen the person's ability to adapt to a difficult situation or to a personal change that he or she has difficulty managing. These sessions allow you to release your frustrations and help you understand a situation of crisis or upheaval.

To mark the difference, counselling responds to a "situational" problem while psychotherapy responds to a "personal" problem.

It can be:

  • Difficulties within a so-called "reconstituted family"

  • The discovery of an affair 

  • Feeling guilty after being unfaithful

  • Discover that your partner is having virtual relationships on the Internet

  • Realize that he/she spends time watching porn videos

  • Finding out that her/his partner is bisexual  


The commitment here is freer and more flexible in terms of the rhythm of the sessions. "Counseling" means that a greater sharing takes place between the therapist and the person. These sessions are by definition intended to be few in number, or spaced over time.

* The asterisks refer to an article published on the Blog or to an interview (radio / press) with Cécilia Commo.

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