Sexual Concordance

How to Overcome Sexual Anxiety & Dysfunction
There are two primary forms of arousal — subjective arousal and genital arousal.

Concordance occurs when there is a connection between the subjective aspect of sexual arousal, also known as being turned on, with the physiological or neurovascular arousal, which includes increased blood flow to the genitals. Research has shown that these two types of arousal have varying degrees of congruence. 

Sexual Distress & Performance Anxiety Treatment Guide (free)

Have low sexual arousal, performance anxiety or other sexual dysfunctions? Something as simple as changing your focus can make a difference. This free guide goes more in-depth into sexual concordance and gives you concrete, research-based strategies to help you deal with any issues you may be facing related to sexual functioning and pleasure.