Sexual obstacles like erectile problems, premature ejaculation, anorgasmia, low desire and so forth are, despite pharmaceutical promises of a “cure,” a prevalent issue in contemporary American society. This book proposes an interdisciplinary treatment model for psychogenically induced sexual problems, bringing together Gestalt psychotherapy, breath work, relaxation techniques, therapeutic touch, spirituality and neurobiological theories in a unique configuration of clinical practice and neurobiological theory. It moves away from the medical approach of focusing on and treating the sexual “dysfunction,” and looks instead at the complex and multifaceted circumstances underlying the presenting symptom. The model aims to lower anxiety and integrate a person''s disconnected parts into a whole erotic self. There is a strong emphasis on healing and transformation within the interpersonal relationship, as most sexual problems arise in a relational context. This book will provide important insight to all professionals in the field of sexuality, as well as to those with an interest in human sexual function.