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

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Psychosexual(Sex)Therapy

The World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2006 defined Sex, Sexual health, Sexuality and Sexual rights. Your sexual health and sensual rights are an entitlement for your sensual and sexual development within the relational framework that honours you and your desires.

Psychosexual therapy can be seen as a journey of reclaiming ownership and development of your sexual energy, sensual body and sexual choices. This is achieved by developing a sensual and sexual pathway that's tailored specifically to your unique experience of your sexual and sensual development.

I have worked with many people who have presented with lack of desire, arousal or orgasm concerns, others have worked through sexual trauma or re-discovered a sensual or sexual predilection that they had previously been shamed for.

Evolving sexual identity or diversity can lead to a new erotic paradigm. Sex therapy can help you to shift your perspective by hearing and openly discussing your sensual and sexual concerns.

Sex therapy has a behavioural aspect that aids the recovery of conditions like erectile dysfunction, vaginismus, hypo or hyper libido + many others.

All these conditions can be worked through to bring the body back to homeostasis and the feeling of completeness.

Recovery from Sexual abuse and sexual violence is a common reason that clients attend psychosexual therapy. Unwanted sexual experiences can lead to traumatic triggers. These triggers can leave the survivors avoiding any sexually charged dynamic or adversely, becoming overtly sexualized as if re-enacting the abuse and the resultant feelings of shame.

I work sensitively with sexual abuse survivors and support the recovery of their sexual lives from complex trauma. This is actioned by providing safety and stabilisation resources throughout the sessions. These resources allow for the development of the sexual journey free from the unwanted sensate triggers related to the trauma.

I felt honoured earlier in my career to spend a year with a charity: www.mankindcounselling.org that supports men and their partners to heal and process unwanted sexual experiences and abuse. Sexual abuse amongst men is massively under-reported due to shame, guilt, and masculine bravado, and when it is reported may not be taken seriously by the judiciary.

My training as a Psychosexual therapist followed my exploration into Tantra & Taoist sexual philosophies both contemporary and historical.

Sacred sexuality has lent great gifts to society in the forms of developing a conscious connection with our bodies through diet, touch, sound, exercise and rituals. Erotic energy is transformational, but only if you feel empowered to allow it in.

Sexual and sensual experiences when met freely develop the healing energy to change the neural pathways of the brain. Neural plasticity comes with frequesnt challenging of old internalised paradigms that no longer afford you the sensual or sexual fruits that you wish to eat.

I have worked with many couples and solo clients that had wished to explore, re-romanticize, re-sexualised and re-energise their relationships, with much success.

Clients seek out sex therapy for many reasons including to explore and make sense of their sexual desire(s) of BDSM/kink and fetish play. Once there is understanding and acceptance of desire and pleasuer we move on to how to communicate their desires to their partners (should they choose to).

Are you willing to develop a non-judgemental sexual landscape, and place it at the heart of your sexual and sensual future?

Do you feel ready to work through psychosexual and relational issues ? Email


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Common presenting issues.

  • Sexual and emotional Boundaries
  • Sexual/sensual consent
  • Sexual violence/abuse and Recovery
  • Pleasure
  • Asexuality
  • Communication
  • Erotomania
  • Sensual education
  • Understanding your Sexual diversity
  • Shame & Desire
  • Misuse of erotica/porn imagery
  • Sex Addiction
  • Erectile dysfunctions
  • Premature or rapid ejaculation
  • Retarded ejaculation
  • Vaginismus
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Anodyspareunia
  • Pain during Intercourse
  • Infidelity
  • Restrictive Sexual behaviours
  • Intimacy & regeneration
  • Exploring the sexual space
  • Sharing vulnerability
  • Retro-active jealousy
  • Kink, Fetish and fantasies
  • Sex toy introduction into sex play/ love play

    I work with clients regardless of Gender identification, Sexual orientation or relational status.


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