The Marital Counseling and Sex Therapy Program at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, offers marriage counseling, couple therapy and premarital counseling to improve communication, resolve conflicts and increase intimacy. Sexual problems we treat include low sexual desire, erection problems, pain during intercourse, premature ejaculation, inability to have intercourse, and difficulty having an orgasm. Psychologists and resident physicians work closely with urologists, gynecologists and pelvic floor specialists, among others, to diagnosis and treat sexual problems. Program faculty members also work with parents trying to strengthen their relationships with adult children.
Services being offered include the following:
- Marriage counseling
- Couples therapy
- Premarital counseling
Sexual dysfunctions that we treat include the following:
- Anorgasmia (not having or difficulty having orgasms)
- Dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse)
- Female arousal disorder
- Inhibited female orgasm
- Inhibited male orgasm
- Low sex drive
- Male erectile disorder (ED)
- Premature ejaculation
- Vaginismus (unable to have sexual intercourse)
- Genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder
The program is led by Ann Hartlage, PhD, a clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience and expertise in treating couples with relationship and/or sexual problems or problems related to adult children.
||Ann Hartlage, PhD, Director
||(312) 942-MATE (6283)
Rush West Campus
2150 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, IL 60612
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