Skip Content

Kate Moyle

Sexual and Relationship Psychotherapist


Type of client

  • Couples
  • Individuals


  • English

Methods of practice

  • Face to Face - Short Term
  • Face to Face - Long Term

London, London, W1W

Wheelchair access



£80 per Fifty Minute Session for Individuals £90 per Fifty Minute Session for Couples

Kate Moyle is an Accredited Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist in Central London. She specialises in working with those that are struggling with difficulties with their sex lives and sexuality, including many in their twenties and thirties who are impacted by the stresses of modern life. She considers a client’s problem or sexual dysfunction in terms of their personal context and meaning and the role it holds for them as an individual. Kate often works with people to recognise their personal understanding of their sexuality and sexual health; with the view that issues have roots in psychology, emotion, the physical body, and a person’s history and culture. Ultimately her aim is to help people get to a place of sexual health, happiness and wellbeing. Alongside her work as a therapist she is also Co-Founded and is Partner at Pillow App for Couples ( which helps busy couples to fit intimacy into their lives in a convenient and connecting way, by providing audio-guided intimacy episodes that focus on sensual touch, communication, eye-contact and other basic forms of intimacy. Kate is passionate about having open, honest and realistic conversations about sex; that help people to feel educated and aware in order that they can make the informed decisions that are best for them and feel comfortable in their sexuality.
BSc Psychology
PgDip Integrative Psychosexual Therapy
MA Relationship Therapy

Common Issues worked with Include (this list is not exclusive) :

Erectile dysfunction

Ejaculation problems such as rapid or delayed ejaculation

Reducing anxiety around sex, relationships and intimacy

Sexual abuse or assault

Sexual health issues

Compulsive sexual behaviours

Vulval pain conditions

Loss of desire and arousal difficulties


Dyspareunia (pain during intercourse)

Sexual orientation questions or insecurities

Pornography issues

Orgasmic or anorgasmic problems

Sexual phobias or aversions

Fears around lack of sexual experience

UKCP colleges

  • College for Sexual and Relationship Psychotherapy (CSRP)

Contact this therapist directly

London, London, W1W

  • The Thought House Partnership, 97 Mortimer Street, London, London, W1W 7SU
Send information to a friend