Sex therapy can help individuals and couples understand the cause of their sexual problems and explore relationship and intimacy difficulties. Sex problems can cause a great amount of anxiety and distress especially since it is such a private and sensitive area to talk about that often impacts your confidence and self-esteem.

The support I provide, is tailored to meet the specific concerns of the individual or couple. The most frequent occurring issues that I work with include the following:

Male Sexual Problems

Erectile Dysfunction

Porn Induced Erectile Dysfunction

Premature/Rapid Ejaculation

Delayed Ejaculation

Lack/Loss of Desire

Female Sexual Problems

Dyspareunia (Painful Intercourse)


Lack/Loss of Desire


Further reading 

‘The New Male Sexuality’ by Bernie Zilbergeld

‘Becoming Orgasmic’ by Julia Heiman


Do I need to see my GP first?

It is not necessary to see your GP before your initial appointment.  However in some cases, I may suggest that you see your GP if there is a possibility that your sexual problem is medically related.

Do I have to be in a relationship?

You do not need to be in a relationship to attend sex therapy.

How does it begin?

Your first appointment will give you the opportunity to talk about your sexual problem along with your goals for therapy.  In the following sessions, I undertake a detailed history taking that will be helpful in understanding the history of the problem, why it started and what is maintaining it.  This information allows me to develop a tailored treatment plan that helps you to reach your therapy goals.

No physical examination or intimate exercises ever take place during the sessions. 

How many sessions do I need?

The duration of sex therapy depends on the nature and history of the sexual problem and the pace at which the individual or couple move forward.