Psychosexual Therapist & Relationship Counsellor
Currently accepting zoom, phone call and face to face clients
I work with people from a range of backgrounds with a variety of sexual problems that can negatively affect their lives. Read on to see the common sexual problems I work with, and how I might be able to help you.
I am a relate trained Psychosexual Therapist and Relationship Counsellor. My practice has evolved from it’s origins in 1999 to the present day, where I hold the position of Clinical Lead for PST services (Psychosexual Therapy) throughout Relate Pennine.
I am a senior accredited member of COSRT (College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy) which is the professional body which issues my licence to practice privately. I am also a registered clinical supervisor for other practicing therapists.
I am experienced and sensitive to the needs of all clients and I have worked regularly with minority groups and within the LGBTQ+ community.
My experience is firmly based in relationship therapy, as I know that many deep seated problems originate in poor communication and an unwillingness to accept difference. I believe that the strength and commitment in a general relationship can be reflected in all areas of intimate contact. Sex isn’t everything that we yearn from a partner but it’s a heavy burden if it does not live up to our desires.
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Counselling is extremely useful for dealing with the effects of premature ejaculation (PE) like low self-esteem and relationship difficulties.
The ability to enjoy sex and to feel sexual are strongly related to feelings of sexual desire. Low libido can take away any interest in sex or intimacy.
Differences in Libido
If you and your partner are experiencing a difference in sexual desire, I can help you find a solution to your dissatisfaction. Feel free to give me a call or go to my contact page to make a booking to start your improvements now.
The word “anxiety” is often confused with the word fear. Fear is a natural response to a real or perceived immediate threat. Anxiety is usually about a future event or circumstance. Let’s talk about how personal anxiety has affected your relationships
I help those with depressive disorder relating to symptoms such as depressed mood, lack of interest, inability to enjoy daily activities, fatigue or loss of energy, feelings of agitation, problems with sleep (too much or too little) etc.