I am in my final months of training to specialise in psychosexual therapy.  While I complete my training, I am providing discounted sex therapy sessions to support individuals experiencing:

  • Erection problems
  • Premature/early ejaculation
  • Delayed ejaculation
  • Pain and penetration problems

4 x 1hr Sex Therapy appointments for just £197.  A saving of almost £120. 

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Sex Therapy

Sex therapy is a type of talking therapy that’s designed to help you achieve sexual satisfaction and resolve any difficulties you’re having in your intimate and sexual relationships.

While some sexual difficulties have a biological cause, often there’s psychological, emotional or social reasons too. This is where sex therapy can help.

I’m an experienced therapist and have been helping clients with their mental health and relationships for the last 12 years and I’m a sex therapist in training. I’m passionate about helping people live well and have intimacy and relationships that work for them.

Talking about sex can be difficult for many people, and talking about sexual health problems can be even harder. But you don’t have to suffer alone. I work with individuals and partners of all sexual orientations, gender identities and relationship preferences to help you make sense of things and work with you to create a specific treatment plan. Don’t let embarrassment stop you from getting the help that you need and that works.

Sex therapy can be helpful for people experiencing:

  • Loss of desire or difficulties with arousal
  • Painful penetration
  • Orgasm problems
  • Unreliable erections
  • Ejaculation difficulties, such as rapid or delayed ejaculation
  • Sexual phobias or aversions
  • Fetishes and kink
  • Compulsive sexual behaviours
  • Sexual violence and abuse
  • Questions or challenges with their sexuality
  • Gender dysphoria, or questions around their gender identity
  • Exploring or changing to a new gender expression and navigating challenges around transitioning

What to expect

Once you’ve decided to start sex therapy with me, the first thing we’ll do is explore what’s going on for you and what you’d like to achieve. I’ll ask about your personal history and any cultural or social aspects which are important in your life so that I can really understand your situation. Sometimes, I might recommend an investigation from a GP, Sexual Health Doctor, Specialist Physiotherapist, Urologist or Gynaecologist if there might be a physical or biological reason for what you’re experiencing. That will always be your choice and I won’t contact anyone without your permission.

Sessions last for 1 hour and most of my clients choose to come every week. In those sessions I’ll support you to explore and learn about what’s going on for you, and we may agree self-help tools, practical exercises to be done at home, increasing sexual self-confidence and comfort in sexuality or sexual relationships.

Sessions are strictly talking therapy, and any exercises are to be done by the individual or partners outside of sessions.

Book a free half hour consultation to help you decide if I’m the therapist for you


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