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Psychosexual therapy (sometimes just called sex therapy) is a talking therapy that specialises in helping clients who experience sexual difficulties.


I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for you to freely explore issues that might be having a significant impact on your sexual intimacy as well as practical advice to help you overcome your sexual problems.


During the initial consultation I will ask you some questions about your personal, family, medical and sexual history in order to get a clearer picture of the problem. If you have not already, I may ask you to see your family doctor to rule out any medical issues.

I take a bio-psycho-social approach to sex therapy which means I consider the possible biological (body and brain), psychological (personal experiences and feelings) and sociological (our social world and wider culture) factors and provide treatment to address each. Sex therapy typically includes elements of psycho-education, exploring sexual values, challenging areas of shame and practical homework exercises.


We may also think about the sexual issues in terms of their therapeutic meaning. It is common that sexual problems provide links to relationship problems and vice versa. 

I will never ask you to undress. Any homework I prescribe will always be done in the privacy of your own home.


Problems with Desire 

  • Mismatched Sexual Desire

  • Low Sexual Desire

  • Compulsive Sexual Behaviours

  • Uncomfortable Sexual Desire

Difficulties with Penetrative Sex

  • Vaginismus (difficulty with vaginal penetration)

  • Dyspareunia (pain during vaginal penetration)

  • Anodyspareunia (pain during anal penetration)

  • Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Orgasmic Problems 

  • Premature/Early Ejaculation (PE)

  • Delayed Ejaculation (DE)

  • Anorgasmia (inability to achieve orgasm)

  • Arousal Difficulties  


  • Sexual Risk Tasking Behaviours

  • Survivors of Sexual Violence

  • Exploring Kink or Polyamory

  • Exploring Your Sexual or Gender Identity

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