The therapists listed below have either trained with CPH or are affliliates.
They are all qualified and experienced Integrative Psychosexual Therapists and are listed in alphabetical order.
Bill Brind (Dip. Human Sexuality; COSRT Accred; MBACP; Associate member of Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in the NHS) has a Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Sexuality and has been working in the field of psychosexual psychotherapy for 25 years. His core professional background training was in mental health and general nursing, and for many years he has worked in the NHS with adults with sexual problems concurrent with secondary mental health/enduring mental health. Bill works with couples and individuals both short and long term and in addition to working with male and female sexual dysfunctions, has a special interest and clinical experience working with clients presenting with paraphilias, fethishistic behaviours and gender dysphoria (having been a designated (non-medic) specialist in gender dysphoria for an NHS Foundation Trust for 19 years). His therapeutic approach is eclectic/holistic, including psychodynamic and behavioural (for sexual dysfunctions) approaches. Bill also offers group and individual clinical supervision for trainee psychosexual and relationship therapists.
Jaimie Cahlil is an experienced Integrative Counsellor and Transpersonal Psychotherapist, accredited with BACP and UKCP registered. He has a background in fine art, special needs education, holistic massage, and psychiatric care. He holds a Certificate in Psychosexual Health. His work with individuals includes relational issues – and working with gendered self (and beyond), gender identity, gender dysphoria, and the process of gender reassignment.
Post code: Oxford, OX3 7QE and Cheltenham, GL50 1TH
Phone: 01865 453131/ 075 7996 4220
Nicole Castellani has 14 years experience as a Transpersonal Psychotherapist,(UKCP and BACP Acc.). She is a Creative Group Work Facilitator and an addiction specialist. She has a private practice and works in a treatment unit for severe dependencies; having expertise in many areas including working with co-dependency in relationships, sexual abuse, domestic violence and eating disorders. Nicole has a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy. She works holistically, with each client’s unique and individual needs; aiming to enable clients to face their challenges and find a sense of purpose and direction. She offers a space to work through and understand any sexual difficulties or issues, to promote happy and healthy relationships.
Cait Cochrane has worked as a therapist since 1991. Her approach is humanistic / integrative, enabling a therapeutic relationship where clients discover their own inner healing resources. For 16 years she has been running a large counselling service in Primary Care in London. During this time she has developed extensive experience and practice in private and voluntary settings. She specialises in psychosexual and relationship issues, offering therapy to couples as well as individuals, and (EMDR) Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing for trauma related distress. She also offers supervision and direct training. Cait has a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy and is MBACP Senior Accredited, UKRCP Reg. Ind, a member of COSRT and UKAHPP, and a BUPA Provider.
Joyce Corkin has completed the Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy and implements the Homeodynamic approach in her practice to address clients’ issues and anxieties. She respects the humanity of her clients and this is not devalued by any challenging client behaviours. Joyce is a Registered Nurse with 13 years’ experience as a Specialist Nurse with extensive knowledge in Erectile Dysfunction, Urology, Prostate Cancer, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Disease. The Homeodynamic counselling style provides a unique therapeutic assessment. Incorporating mind, brain, body and emotions by fostering an environment that enables the client to address their own actions or questions. Counselling guides the client to recognise the changes that therapies and self-awareness may bring about. Joyce has a unique understanding of physical illness and its impact on the psychosexual response, and is a practitioner well placed to support clients to bring about their own changes.
Olivier Cormier-Otaño is a BACP accredited integrative and relational counsellor, a psychosexual therapist (graduate of the Centre for Psychosexual Health Diploma) and a qualified supervisor. He is a clinical associate with Pink Therapy and a trainer on a variety of their programmes including their Diploma in Gender and Sexual Diversity Therapy. He also teaches on the Intermediate Certificate in Contemporary Psychotherapy run by BeeLeaf and has delivered sort therapy training for other organisations.
Olivier has worked extensively for over 9 years with addiction, relationship, intimacy, gender and sexual diversity issues, diverse cultures, sex and sexuality. Olivier offers sessions in English, French and Spanish to couples and individuals and has been running a diversity of groups.
Bea Czerkawska approaches counselling from an integrative, relational, and humanistic perspective. She has an open mind with a particular interest in transpersonal issues, which she believes is essential in these times of great change. She offers a safe & empathetic therapeutic space to both individuals & couples whether coming to therapy for psychosexual or general counselling issues. Whatever your issue her overall aim is to enable you to enhance your experience of life and to live it more fully from an increasingly empowered and self-aware perspective via gentle self-exploration. Experience includes: couple work; relational issues; adult survivors of sexual abuse; chronic illnesses such as chronic fatigue (M.E.) etc., grief as well as more general counselling issues. Training has included: BA (Hons) majoring in Psychology, MSc Cognitive Neuropsychology, Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling, Certificate in Psychosexual Health, Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy, and Bea is a Registered Member of MBACP.
Dominic Davies has worked as a psychotherapist and sex therapist for thirty years, specialising in working with gender and sexual minorities (LGB and Transgender, BDSM/Kink, and people who feel their sexual behaviour has got out of control). He is a BACP Accredited Senior Practitioner and also a Fellow of BACP. Dominic is experienced with working with a variety of relationship styles (open, closed, polyamorous) and with a wide range of sexual difficulties including working to decode sexual fantasies and problematic sexual behaviour. He takes a non-pathologising stance to sexual problems and tries to understand the positive intent behind our sexual drives and desires. Dominic is Director of Pink Therapy, the UK’s largest independent therapy and training organisation to work with a wide range of gender and sexual minorities. He is regularly writing and presenting at conferences on topics to do with sex and sexuality.
Kari Dewar has been practicing as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist since 1995. She holds a Diploma in Psychodynamic Therapy in the community, an Advanced Diploma in Psychodynamic Therapy (working with Drama therapy, the Arts and Marital Therapy), a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy. She is MBACP and is working towards accreditation with UKHAPP. She specialises in Integrative psychosexual therapy and has extensive experience in the areas of addiction, childhood sexual abuse, other trauma, depression and anxiety. Kari works reflectively with body work and Bio-energetics.
Chris Felicien is an integratively trained Therapeutic Counsellor/ Psychotherapist, and an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She has a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy. Chris has clinical experience of working with a individuals aged 17+ and is available to work with couples in private practice. She has experience of working with a range of issues including relationship/ communication difficulties, depression, recovery from sexual and domestic violence, work stress, bereavement etc. Chris would like to invite you into a warm, non-judgmental therapeutic relationship where she will listen sensitively to your concerns, respect your values, and help you to explore strategies for change.