Sex Therapy

Marcus provides psychological treatment to men concerned with erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, sexual performance and libido concerns. He also offers short-term relationship counselling to couples opening up their relationship.

Struggling to Manage Compulsive Sexual Behaviour ?

Do you feel that your sexual activities are out of control? Are you watching too much porn, spending hours on Tinder or GRINDR, or seeking out casual sex even if you’re not horny? Do you feel as if you are leading a ‘double life’ and hiding your sexual behaviour from loved ones? Or rely on methamphetamine for wired-sex? Often out of control sexual behaviour can strain romantic relationships, cause health concerns and problems at work. Sometimes sexual behaviour can be used to manage feelings of depression, stress boredom or loneliness. Marcus specialises in the assessment and treatment of out-of-control sexual behaviour. Treatment can help men to gain insight into the function of their sexual behaviour, to clarify their sexual and relationship values, increase motivation to commit to change and improve the quality of important relationships.

Therapeutic Approach

To understand Marcus’ approach to counselling click here.

Research & Media Interest

The following are links to articles regarding Marcus’ research into the psychological and demographic characteristics of people who engage in online sexual activity.

The Gays are Revolting Podcast
Coronavirus conspiracies and compulsive sexual behaviour with psychologist Marcus Squirrell – July 18, 2020
The Sydney Morning Herald
Secrets and lives – Feb 28 2010
Cyber sex causes depression: study – Sep 26, 2008
The Age
Sex and our city – Apr 17 2010
Infidelity rife in cybersex world – Sep 24 2009
Cyber sex participants suffer depression – Sep 26 2008
The ABC News
Cheating common in cyber sex world –  Sep 25 2009