I offer a safe, confidential, and welcoming approach to all. Your concerns will be listened to thoughtfully with attention and respect. You will
receive honest feedback. I believe that you are best helped by an interactive, creative, collaborative approach to resolving your problems,
building upon your strengths, your positive values, and helping you move out of those areas where you are blocked, frustrated, anxious, depressed, unable to see yourself and others clearly, and feeling that the problems that you have, sexual or otherwise, will never go away. At the moment, given the rise in coronavirus cases, I am only working online (via Zoom).
This member has completed UKCP Covid-19 Online Working Guidance.
I have extensive experience of working with psychosexual concerns, having been a member of Albany Trust Counselling for over twenty years
up to 2011. My perspective on issues has been enhanced by living and working in Canada for sixteen years, primarily as an academic.
Among my qualifications and professional memberships are:
St. George's Hospital Medical School, University of London. Diploma in Human Sexuality 1989.
Albany Trust Counselling, London, Psychosexual Counselling Course. Certificate, 1983.
McGill University, Montreal, PhD, Department of Religious Studies, 1974.
Member of the Squiggle Foundation (D.W.Winnicott studies), 2000 to present.
Royal Society of Medicine, Associate member, 2021 to present.
Accredited supervisor, College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, 1999 to present.
Accredited member, College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, 1994 to present.
Registered psychotherapist, United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, 1994 to present.
Senior Accredited member, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, 1992 to present.
Like all UKCP registered psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors I can work with a wide range of issues, but here are some areas in which I have a special interest or additional experience.