Sex and Relationship Therapy

Welcome to a very basic page of the website. I’ll tell you why it’s basic – there is a new website coming soon but it’s not ready yet!

I am a soon-to-be-qualified Clinical Sexologist, which could also be described as a Sex & Relationship Therapist.
As of January 2021 you will be able to book me to provide you therapy online and face to face in South East Wales. You are currently on a page which belongs to my existing business where I offer sex coaching, sex education and trans awareness training. Do browse the website to find out more about these services.
In January I will be closing the sex coach/education sides and will instead offer sex and relationship therapy.

If you are interested in joining my waiting list to start seeing me in January, click here and I will keep in touch with you. Feel free to include details of what you would like to discuss with me.

If you would like to know if I am the right person for you, here is what I can help you with:

Sexual Dysfunctions

Unable to orgasm
Vaginal Pain
Low Desire
Erectile Dysfunction
Premature Ejaculation
Delayed Ejaculation

Relationship therapy

You don’t need to have an issue with sex within the relationship to see me. Issues in relationships can include, but aren’t restricted to:

Fertility/Infertility
Affairs
Communication issues
Relationship breakdown
Intimate Partner Violence
Mismatched desire

The relationships I work with don’t need to be restricted to 2 people. I can work in relationships that are based on consensual non-monogamy or polyamory.

Other Sexual Issues

Specific Sexual Practices
Sexual Health
Sexual Trauma
Sexual Shame
Out of control sexual behaviour (which may be referred to as ‘sex addiction’ or ‘porn addiction’, etc)

LGBTQI+

I will be Wales’s only queer and nonbinary sex and relationship therapist so am the perfect person to offer a space for the Gender, Relationship and Sexually Diverse community.

My therapy space can also be used to explore ones sexual orientation and gender identity without linking it to sex, so if you need an informed sounding board, I could be the person for you.

Locations for therapy

You can see me in Penarth, Pontypridd and Cardiff. Due to the pandemic I haven’t been able to finalise locations yet apart from Cardiff which is with Breathe.

If you would like online therapy, it is accessible from anywhere in Europe by using Zoom.

Phone therapy can be provided anywhere within the UK.

Fees

I plan on providing low cost therapy for people on low/no wages.
For now will take requests and discuss it further with you if you want to find out more.

Breathe, Cardiff

1:1 sessions: £50.
Relationship sessions: £60.

Penarth

1:1 sessions: £50. If you block book 6 sessions it will cost £270 which reduces it to £45 a session.
Relationship sessions: £60. If you block book 6 sessions it will cost £330 which reduces it to £55 a session.

Pontypridd

I live in Pontypridd and would like to pass on my petrol and time savings to you if you come to see me in Pontypridd.

1:1 sessions: £45. If you block book 6 sessions it will cost £240 which reduces it to £40 a session.
Relationship sessions: £50. If you block book 6 sessions it will cost £270 which reduces it to £45 a session.

Online/Phone

1:1 sessions: £45 each. If you block book 6 sessions it will cost £240 which reduces it to £40 a session.
Relationship sessions: £50. If you block book 6 sessions it will cost £270 which reduces it to £45 a session.

If you aren’t sure if you want to work with me, I can offer a 20 minute initial phone/video call for us to get to know each other for the cost of £10.

A therapy session is 50 minutes long.

A description of my practice

I am a pluralistic therapist. Pluralism is based on the view that no one therapeutic approach can resolve all client presentations and that different clients are likely to want, and benefit from, different interventions in therapy. Working pluralistically involves working with the client and making you an active part of therapy. We won’t be stuck within any particular model of therapy and can, together, find out what works specifically for you.

By the time we see each other in January I would have worked over 150 hours on placement and will have qualified from the course based on the success of my various assignments, case study, reflections, supervision reports and practical assessments. Being a contemporary therapist, it is my job to continually learn and keep up to date with ways in which sex and relationship therapists practice, guaranteeing a good quality of support to you.

I am currently a student member of COSRT and will become a General Member upon completing 200 hours of practice. In the small time between the 150 and 200 hours I will be a Professional Associate of COSRT.

I look forward to connecting with you all! In the meantime, follow me on Twitter or Instagram