Dr Elmari Mulder Craig
European Certified Sexologist
During individual sessions, presented and underlying issues are explored and processed on a one to one basis. Various counselling techniques are used from Neuro-Linguistic programming (NLP), Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Hypnotherapy according to the individual’s unique needs.
During Couples Therapy, relationship issues between two people (in any stage of the relationship) are addressed.
Sexual health is not only about physical well-being, but about healthy relationships, safe sexual experiences and embracing our sexuality.
Clinical hypnotherapy is a combination of hypnosis and therapeutic intervention.
Seminars & Talks
Dr Craig is a well-known and established speaker who presents nationally and internationally. Her talks on relationship enrichment and sexual wellness are very popular.
Dr Craig practices cutting edge evidence based therapy and regularly attends international scientific meetings to ensure she stays up to date with the most recent developments in the field of sexuality and relationship dynamics. You can be confident that the challenges you face will be addressed in a sensitive, compassionate and confidential manner. The treatment approach is short-term, directive, problem focused and solution-orientated for long lasting results and combines years of experience and knowledge of different treatment modalities.
Working within a systemic and sexual medicine paradigm, implies a bio-psycho-social approach that includes the vital element of working within a multi-disciplinary team. Dr Craig collaborates with other specialists in the field like pelvic floor dysfunction physiotherapists, sexual medicine clinicians and addiction specialists.
About Dr Craig
Dr Craig has been in private practice for more than 27 years and is a globally recognised authority in the fields of sexuality and relationships.
She was one of the first South Africans to obtain the prestigious European Federation of Sexology and European Society for Sexual Medicine: European Certified Sexologist, qualification and is a previous President of The Southern African Sexual Health Association.
MEET THE TEAM
Practice Manager: Jolene Hewitt
Jolene has been the back bone of Dr Craig's practice for the past 16 years. She is the first friendly face you will hear or see and is the general fixer and manager. Contact her on 082 783 6633 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries, appointments or reservations for talks or seminars.
Sex can be the greatest source of pleasure and happiness in our lives – it can boost our personal sense of well-being and health, and it also fosters precious feelings of intimacy with a partner. A healthy sex life can contribute much to the quality of your relationship and sense of connectedness. It is however important to remember that good sex can only support an already healthy relationship. Sexual problems therefore often tend to be symptoms of other problems within the relationship or individual. The basis of an enhanced and enriched sexual and sensual relationship is intimacy, connectedness and vulnerability. The quality of what happens in bed depends largely on the quality of what happens out of bed.
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Dr Craig is a world class doctor that is surrounded by an amazing team. Take the time to take your relationship to an unknown level. H Van Jaarsveld
The crucial thing in any relationship is the ability to repair the inevitable breaks. That’s the rhythm of a relationship – finding, losing, and then finding again
Communication is to relationship, what breath is to life
Definition of Sex:
A sexually pleasurable experience that is affectionately shared among equals
Ellen, T.M Laon & kie
Transformation begins in you, wherever you are, whatever has happened, however you are suffering. Transformation is always possible. We do not heal in isolation. When we reach out and connect with one another -when we tell the story, name the hurt, grant forgiveness, and renew or release the relationship - our suffering begins to transform