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My Approach


I work with clients to improve their communication and mutual understanding, to find what is true and helpful for them, and to help them find ways to live the lives they want to live.

Individuals and intimate partners come to counselling for a wide range of reasons.


These might include wanting to:

·       Improve an existing relationship

·       Get help with sexual and/or relationship problems

·       Heal connection following betrayal

My approach offers a respectful and sex positive environment to explore challenging issues and find ways to help you hear each other and restore connection. I recognise it is important I tune into where you are and I work at your pace rather than my own.​

I help clients with problems, including unreliable erections, rapid ejaculation, as well as low desire and delayed ejaculation.  I work with behaviours that have been called porn or sex addiction, such as problematic porn use, seeing sex workers or having affairs. 

My therapeutic approach is all about helping you to do the work you need to do in order to know the joy of a more enlivened existence.  

About Me

I know that living out of alignment with one's values can be difficult and painful.  I provide a safe and non-judgemental space to explore what is alive in you.


I am Polyamory and Kink competent (and also friendly, of course).  I know this is something clients might be curious about and want to explore.  Whilst this may be part of a client's life, it is often not the main reason they come to therapy, and sometimes it is.

I help men find their voice: what do I want, am I able to let my partner know and how do I deal with my partner’s reactions?  I know that men are not always as open or transparent as they would like to be in relationship.  As men, we learn to be defensive when challenged, whilst this strategy may work in some situations, within intimate relationship it rarely ends well.

I am a qualified sex and relationship therapist and have been awarded Diplomas in Clinical Sexology (psychosexual therapy) and Compulsive Sexual Behaviour from the Contemporary Institute of Clinical Sexology.  These Diploma courses are accredited by the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists which means they meets the stringent requirements of the UK’s accrediting body for sexual and relationship therapists.

I am a registered member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists and abide by the Code of Ethics, I also carry full insurance.

Forget your perfect offering
There is a crack in everything
That's how the light gets in


Leonard Cohen

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