Sex & Relationship therapy

Many health professionals, including psychotherapists and counsellors, feel uncomfortable or ill-equipped to explore themes related to  sexuality, gender, identity, intimacy, and connecction.   As I am committed to working with the whole person, I have done extensive studies and research into the area of sexuality and relationships.  I have a Masters of Sexology and am currently the Vice President of Society of Australian Sexologists (SAS).  

Sexual concerns are a normal part of most relationships.  Everybody has them at sometime and they happen for a reason.  They could be perceived as sexual lessons as they provide us with a valuable opportunity for personal growth.   Some areas people may seek therapy for include:

Somatic psychotherapy is an ideal therapy for working with sexual concerns as it supports people to remain present and embodied to intimate and sexual experiences.  It is a highly effective form of therapy for working with trauma, anxiety and depression,  Somatic psychotherapy helps bring pleasure and heightened experiences back to sex.