Tri-TherapyIntegrative counselling, Psychosexual Therapy and Couples Therapy in Central London & Central Brighton

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Jason Oddi (BACP & CoSRT)

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Counselling is an opportunity to reflect, heal and transition from whatever life was; however life is, to whatever you wish life to be!


  • Integrative Counselling

  • Psychosexual (sex) Psychotherapy

  • Marriage & Relationship Counselling

  • Therapy and Couples counselling sessions are held in warm and comfortable rooms in Mornington Crescent, Camden Town, Central London NW1, and Central Brighton BN1.

    Sessions can also be held via Skype on the occasion that you are unable to attend a session in person.

    If you would like to know more about my work and how I can support you, contact me here:Email here ,
    Or call for brief chat 07478- 541- 231

    In the majority of cases (70%) it's the relationship between the therapist and client which creates the safe space for a good therapeutic outcome (Scott.D.Miller: International Centre for Clinical Excellence)

    Here is a brief overview of the therapeutic models that I work with:

    Psychosexual Psychotherapy/ Sex Therapy

    Sexuality and Relationships are two intricately intertwined aspects of every human being’s life.

    Throughout childhood, receiving adequate care from primary caregivers influences the developmental brain and personality, and allows a child to experience safe and healthy relationships later in life.

    Studies on attachment, sexuality and relationships have underlined the subtle (and not so subtle) ways in which key elements of life are interlinked.

    Psychosexual therapy/ Sex therapy enables you to journey into the mystery of sex, sensuality and sexual identity.

    Psychosexual therapy supports through enquiry, your sexual and sensual selves. These may range from dark shadow or shadow side (Jung), turnoffs and turn-ons, disgust, shame and shame-inducing behaviours and why we do them, pleasure, desire and many other questions that link in to developing and understanding your sexual and sensual self.

    For many people, sexual and sensual beliefs have been internalised from the church, society, school, internet or family and have limited peoples ability to be intimate with themselves and others. Counselling affords you the space to talk through ANY aspect of sex or sexuality that you find challenging or would wish to become more knowledgable around.

    By talking through and exploring your sexual and sensual education and concerns you will be able to challenge any misrepresented core beliefs that may have hindered your sexual journey.

    Sexual abuse, sex addiction, porn addiction, infidelity (cheating), intimacy and avoidance, low and hypo-libido, premature/retarded ejaculation, erectile dysfunctions, and many others are symptomatic behavioural and emotional concerns that are worked through successfully with Psychosexual therapy.

    It has been clinically proven that developing a sexual and sensual health practice that is tailored to lifestyle choices and behaviours raises self-esteem and wellness levels.

    My motivation for studying for a post-graduate diploma in Psychosexual & Relationship Psychotherapy was born from the frustrations of many clients who had ventured into mainstream therapy having experienced sexual and sensual turbulence of current and previous relationships and who felt that their therapist or counsellor was ill-equipped to support the intense and intimate discussions regarding their Psychosexual issues.

    Approximately 50% of my Psychosexual clients have felt that their previous therapist was ill-equipped professionally to work through these issues.

    Whether you work with me or not, always request details of the therapist or counsellors training around psychosexual and relational issues.

    A four-session module or weekend workshop on sex or sexual abuse is NOT a qualitative training to equip a therapist to work through such challenging topics.

    Gender, Sexual, and Relationship Diversity aware therapists offer clients a safer space to explore and expand without the 'shutting down' or inadvertently 'shaming' from a therapist.

    Relational Counselling/ Marriage Counselling
    I work with couples to find common ground within their on-going relationship issues. We work towards re-building bridges and re-defining communications skills. These developing communication techniques lead to participants being able to hear each others wants and needs.

    Sexual abuse, developing intimacy, misuse of pornography, lack of desire and passion can lead to stress within a relationship and are a small cross-section of the issues couples come to me seeking help with.

    If you value your relationship what are you waiting for ? and if you do not appreciate the relationship or the relationship that you have with yourself, all the more reason to book an appointment to explore why your relationship has run aground.

    Integrative Counselling
    Integrative Counselling weaves many models of therapy to aid clients during the process from distress back to wellness. Anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, family and relationship issues are common symptoms of disturbed mental health.

    How appointments are structured:
    The first session is a consultation to talk through any questions that you may have about the therapeutic pathway, the way I work, my expertise and the issues that are concerning you. It's also an opportunity to 'tune into' your intuition as to whether I am the therapist for you.

    After agreeing to work together we will look at diaries to schedule appointments. Sessions are weekly and move to a fortnightly model when our journey is coming to an end.

    The number of sessions is tailored to your needs.

    Sessions are conducted in person but there are opportunities to use Skype if overseas business trips are unavoidable.

    Why Choose Me?
    I am a member of both the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), and a General Member of the College of Sex and Relationship Therapists (CoSRT)

    I have worked with many clients who have described their sessions with me as feeling "supportive and safe". Others have found me to be both "knowledgeable and professional in my approach".

    Coupled clients have commented:
  • "this was better than renewing our vows"
  • Others:
  • " Jason, spend some time this evening knowing what a wonderful job you have done"
  • "At no time did I feel judged or that you were pushing me in a direction that I had not wished to go"

  • Previous and current clients come from diverse sexual and gendered backgrounds (LGBTQI+).

    Training, qualifications & experience
    Registered Member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists. (RMBACP)
    Registered Member of The College of Sexual and relationship therapists (CoSRT)
    Diploma In Integrative Counselling
    Postgrad Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual & relationship therapy.
    Certificate in C.B.T.
    Certificate in Couples Counselling.
    ITEC level 3 Anatomy and physiology.


    Fifteen years ago I began a journey into the world of mental health by retraining as an Integrative Counsellor. As my career and interest blossomed, I developed specialisms with advanced training in Psychosexual therapy and Couples / Marriage guidance.

    My private practice is well established and thriving in Central London and Central Brighton, for coupled and solo clients.

    I have worked for the NHS within Hammersmith Hospital, Mankind counselling services (Brighton), Post-adoption centre ( North London) and various other charities for over 12 years.

    My expertise in pre-adoption and post-adoption counselling led me to be invited onto an adoption panel to oversee the adoption process for many coupled and solo adoptees. My time spent on the adoption panel for Norwood adoption agency was rewarding and fulfilling, especially when families would write back of their positive stories of adoption.

    Clients have presented with a wide range of issues from clinical depression, general anxiety disorder (GAD), low esteem, grief, intimacy and commitment phobia. Psychosexual issues include erectile dysfunctions, porn addiction, vaginismus, dyspareunia, ano dyspareunia (painful vaginal or anal intercourse), retarded and rapid ejaculation, low or hyper libido etc. and many relationship difficulties.

    Locations that I work from:

    Mornington Crescent, Central London, NW1.
    Close to the main travel hubs of Kings Cross station, St. Pancras International station, Euston station, Mornington Crescent and Camden Town tube and are easily within walking distance of Regents Park, Camden Lock, Harley Street, St. Johns Wood, Belsize Park and Central London.

    Sandgate Road, Brighton, BN1

    Located near to the five-ways and off of Ditchling road and a 10-minute walk from Preston Park train station BN1, London road train station and Brighton central mainline station.

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    Call me for a confidential consultation on 07478 541 231

    An initial consultation is held to talk through your current concerns and for you to get a feel of whether I am someone you can work with.

    Mornington Crescent, Camden, Central London NW1 7QA Map here
    Monday 8 AM- 8 PM
    Wednesday 8 AM- 8 PM
    Thursday 8 AM- 8 PM
    Friday 8 AM-1 PM
    Saturday 9 AM- 2 PM

    Fees: Individuals £70
    Couples £95

    There is a reduction of £10 per session for clients who are seen between the hours of 10 AM - 3.30 PM.

    I offer a discounted rate to students and those on low incomes. Please ask on request as I have limited availability.

    Sandgate Road, Brighton BN1 6JP Link here

    Tuesday 11.30 AM - 9 PM

    Fees: Individuals £60
    Couples £85

    Solo sessions are 50 minutes in duration.

    Joint couples sessions are 60 minutes.

    I offer a discounted rate to students and those on low incomes. Please ask on request as I have limited availability.

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    My career and qualifications.

    I hold a Diploma In Integrative counselling & a Post-grad Diploma in Psychosexual therapy, and various certificated trainings in attachment, trauma, addictions, C.B.T, and a level 1 in Theraplay and Enhanced adoption parenting (family support).

    In 2010 I co-devised and facilitated a 2-day workshop focusing on the 'Recovery of The Inner child' held with Maeja Raicar author and developer of Child-centred attachment therapy (Ccat).

    My psychosexual qualifications were achieved at the Centre for Psychosexual Health (CPH) Link here The faculty is led by Cabby Laffy author of 'Love sex'. Psychosexual issues affect both single and coupled clients.

    In 2015-2016 I worked with Mankind counselling service in Brighton attending to clients that have received sexual violations. Sexual trauma cannot be underestimated in our society, it affects the recipient's self-esteem and can hamper future relationships.

    To understand better the mind, body and soul triad and to offer sensate-focused techniques that re-energise and re-sensualise relationships with the self and 'other' I trained in Holistic massage (level 3 ITEC), and hold certifications in Anatomy and Physiology. To compliment my knowledge I have undertaken further trainings working with sacred sexuality (Tantra and Taoism).

    I have trained under the International school of Temple arts (ISTA), Mantak Chia ( author; Multi-orgasmic man, multi-orgasmic couple) and many other leading facilitators of energy/sexuality/spirituality. They have my gratitude for the amazing and transformative approaches to sensual and sexual healing.

    My work is overseen by a professional CoSRT accredited supervisor and I uphold the professional boundaries and ethics as set out by the professional bodies to which I am a member (BACP & CoSRT).

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