Yes, very much so. Therapy can help to explain changes in sexual functioning and make sense of sexual responses and any sexual impairment as a result of surgery/treatment/disability. Information giving will also help to dispel any sexual myths that might be restricting views on sexuality.
New ways of relating sexually are explored with different levels of sensual and sexual intimacy being introduced, removing performance anxiety. Information about a variety of interventions/accessories can also be offered to assist with specific difficulties. All such suggestions help to restore sexual confidence in light of any limitations, working through any blocks or fears of intimacy and developing a more positive view of your sexuality and sexual relationship.