Some of the key aspects in attaining and maintaining a healthy sexual relationship, both with ourselves and others, is self acceptance and open, honest communication. It is understanding that our sexuality and sexual life will ebb and flow like many other things do on our life journey. Humans are very diverse creatures so what works for some of us, may not work for others. Our sexuality is unique to each and every one of us.
I work with many clients who are living in a variety of different types of intimate relationships, including consensual, ethical non monogamy and poly. I celebrate and support my clients, working daily with people of all sexualities and genders, non binary and intersex.
I use an integrative approach when counselling, coming from a feminist theoretical perspective whilst using both strength based and person centred models.
A sexologist is someone who has extensively studied, at a University level, the field of human sexuality in all its aspects. There are presently three fields of professional practice in sexology: research, sexual education and clinical practice. A sexologist can be adept at all three, or specialise in at least two of these areas
I offer a variety of sexology services including one on one, couples or family sessions. I also provide mentoring to professionals and students looking to work in the field of sexual therapy and human sexuality, training and professional development, workshops and guest speaking on a variety of topics.