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Psychosexual Therapy Which Covers a Variety of Sexual Problems

Psychosexual Therapist, here to give you the guidance to help you overcome

common sexual problems.

Psychosexual Therapy to help you uncover the common problems in your sexual relationships

Sexual difficulties may be the result of  relationship issues, expectations which may not be realistic, performance anxiety, psychological/physiological issues, or simply not fully understanding how the body and mind work or respond sexually.There is no need to be embarrassed about your personal problems which are having a direct impact on your sex life. Here at Psychosexual Therapy, I have a variety of programs to suit you as either an individual or a couple.
Come and discuss your problems with me, a trained professional in Psychosexual Therapy. 

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Male Sexual Problems

As a male, it can often be difficult to discuss and engage in conversation about personal issues. At Psychosexual Therapy, I offer a safe space where you can openly discuss your personal issues. You may feel isolated with your problems, but more often than not, the issues you are experiencing are common and through therapy, you can work through these issues, helping you to feel satisfied and more confident in your self.

I can help with issues such as:

• Erectile dysfunction

• Premature or delayed ejaculation

• Orgasmic disorders

• Low sexual desire

These include issues with getting and maintaining erections, ejaculating too quickly, taking too long to ejaculate, or not reaching orgasm, as well as having no interest in sex, which is different from being asexual.


Female Sexual Problems

At Psychosexual Therapy, I can also provide you with advice and support to overcome the issues you may have and helping you to have a healthier relationship with your own body and sex life. 

I can help with issues such as:

• Penetration pain or difficulty (vaginismus, dyspareunia)

• Problems with arousal or reaching orgasm

• Low sexual desire

Women may experience pain, fear or difficulty in achieving successful penetrative sex, or even difficulty with anything that may require genital examination, which may be due to psychological issues, at times due to upbringing or views on sex. Other issues may result from non-medical interventions like Female Genital Mutilation, or the ageing process.

Whether you are experiencing any of the issues above or have a more unique issue you would like to discuss with a professional, get in touch with me,  to discuss your issues in more detail.

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Couples Therapy

Couples can explore their relationship issues and develop strategies to solve them, including developing effective communication skills, in a caring and supportive environment.

Couples Therapy can help you as a couple move forward in your relationship through the power of effective communication. At first, you may find discussing the intimate details of your relationship difficult and uncomfortable, but rest assured I provide an open and confidential space where you can speak freely about your problems and frustrations. 

Get in touch with me to arrange your couples therapy and begin the journey to a happier and healthier relationship.


I’m currently in training for Diploma in Compulsive Sexual Behaviour with Contemporary Institute of Clinical Sexology (CICS), and thus offer reduced fees for clients presenting with compulsive sexual behaviour (CSB) as well as partners of people with compulsive sexual behaviour.

You may be having compulsive sexual behaviour if you experience sexual urges or impulses leading to repetitive sexual behaviour, that you find difficult to control. This may have a negative impact on other aspects of your life, such as work, family, and other significant relationships, as well as other interests.


The behaviour continues despite the unwanted and unpleasant consequences and attempts to reduce such behaviour.

There is usually shame and distress associated with CSB, and this is usually due to societal view on sexual behaviour in general, what is considered right and wrong. Together, we will explore reasons behind the behaviour, work out which aspects of the sexual behaviour are worth keeping and which ones are problematic, and develop techniques to control the urges and emotions.  


As a partner of someone with CSB, the discovery may leave you in a state of shock; you may feel betrayed, deceived, with a sense of loss and grief.  Therapy helps with regulation of emotions and planning for life after the discovery. My approach is through a sex and relationship viewpoint.

Please note I do not offer a sex addiction model. I do not see both the person with CSB and their partner, I will refer one of them to be seen by a different therapist.



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