Christine Andreasen is a qualified counsellor and psychosexual therapist, and a graduate of CPH. She works with clients who are gay, straight, bisexual, queer, asexual and questioning, and with all gender expressions and relationship styles. She is also experienced working with issues such as loneliness and issues around belonging, lack of meaning, low self-esteem and coping with change. Equality, diversity, curiosity and a non-judgemental approach are at the heart of Christine’s practice and whatever you bring to the session she will discuss in a sensitive way and work through with encouragement, knowledge, and understanding.
Her training includes: Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy, Post Graduate Diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling, MA in Gender Studies. Christine is a Registered Member of MBACP and COSRT and an accredited Gender, Sexual and Relationship Diversities Therapist with Pink Therapy.
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.
Diane Griffiths has been qualified and employed full-time in independent practice since 2000, seeing individuals for a range of issues including depression, work and alcohol related concerns, recovery from sexual violence and childhood abuse, relationship issues and personal development. In 2009 Diane qualified as a couples counsellor and in 2011 as an Integrative Psychosexual Therapist and currently has space to see couples. Diane is accredited by BACP and a general member of COSRT.
Chris Lewis has worked as a counsellor/psychotherapist since 2007 and more recently as a CBT psychotherapist both in the NHS and in private practice. She is experienced in working with a diverse range of clients including gender and sexual minorities and with a range of issues including childhood abuse, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety disorders, relationship issues and drug and alcohol misuse. She was awarded the Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy in 2016, is accredited by the BACP and BABCP and a COSRT member.
Guillermo is an Integrative and Relational Psychotherapist. In his approach he uses and combines aspects from a range of therapeutic models, including Psychodynamic, Humanistic, CBT and Person Centred. He works with a whole range of sex and relationship issues, such as sexual dysfunctions related to desire, arousal and penetration; issues specific to sexual diversity, sexual orientation and gender identity (LGBTQI positive); problems with communication, intimacy or shame; sexual compulsivity and ChemSex; issues related to HIV or other health conditions; sexual abuse and trauma. He works with individuals and couples and sessions can be either in English or in Spanish. He holds a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy (COSRT approved) at the Centre for Psychosexual Health. Guillermo is a general member of COSRT and he abides by its Code of Ethics and Practice for General and Accredited Members.
Cate Mackenzie is a qualified Psychosexual Therapist and Love Coach. She has been working with groups since 1993, individuals since 2005 and couples since 2012, in community settings, retreats across the world and private practice. Her passion for love, relationships, communication, sexuality and the body has led her to create space for people to “want what they want” and to help them to fulfil this. Her influences include art, dance, Rosen bodywork therapy, person centred Counselling and drama.
Maureen Mahony is a BACP accredited, Integrative Counsellor. She has a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy. She has spent most of her working life in the inner city of London and has a vast range of experience, including a Diploma in Youth and Community. Maureen has worked extensively with drug and alcohol addiction, mental health, domestic violence, physical, mental and sexual abuse, homelessness, working with family dynamics, unemployed youth, health and education. Her passion is working with addiction and she has spent seven years working in a rehabilitation unit. Maureen is an Integrative Therapist and work with the psychodynamic, Person Centre and Existential theories.
Angela McLellan is an experienced and qualified Integrative Psychotherapist and Mental Health Professional, specialising in Sex and Relationships. She is a graduate of CPH. Angela is respectful of all gender, sexual and relationship diversities, is Sex Positive and Kink Aware. She has a degree in Integrative Counselling and postgraduate qualifications in Couples Therapy and Integrative Psychosexual Therapy. Angela is passionate about support and believes that self-care is fundamental. Angela is a professional registered member of BACP and COSRT.
Kate Moyle is a COSRT Accredited & UKCP Registered 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 sexual problems or sexual dysfunctions in terms of their personal context and meaning and the role it holds for the person 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.
Kate is a regular media contributor on the topic of sex and relationships and was a therapist on the BBC Three show Sex On The Couch. She 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.
Jason is an Integrative counsellor and Psychosexual & Couples therapist and member of the BACP & COSRT. He works with solo and coupled clients in Central London and in Brighton. He has been providing counselling, psychosexual and relationship therapy for many years and has gained expertise whilst working for various charities and organisations including the NHS, Post adoption centre in London & Mankind counselling service and 360b counselling services in Brighton.
Jason works holistically and his methods have developed from a sensate focused and sacred and conscious sexuality model. These cathartic and creative processes enable clients to explore and expand their sexual self and strive towards a more contented sexual/and relational life. His aim of helping solo/couples to use open communication, compassion and compromise has brought much success and validates his work. Previously Jason had volunteered to support attendees at Sacred sexuality and Kink/gender diverse focused festivals that provided safe and consensual play spaces.
He supports the Charity the Albert Kennedy trust www.akt.org.uk/ which helps young people from the LGBTQI community to overcome societal/cultural and environmental hatred and oppression.
Vanessa Oliver is a BACP (Senior) Accredited Integrative Counsellor, also registered with COSRT. She holds a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy, as well as a BA (Hons) in Integrative Counselling. She has been working with addictions (alcohol, drugs, gambling) since 2001 and, more specifically, with sex addiction since 2008 (training under taken with Dr Thaddeus Birchard of ATSAC – Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity). She now works in private practice with individuals, couples and groups with sex addiction and is also experienced in working with psychosexual issues, sexual and emotional abuse, sexuality and relationship issues. The practice in Southampton is easily accessible from Winchester, Eastleigh, New Forest and Isle of Wight.
Jennifer O’Neil is a fully qualified Integrative counsellor and psychosexual therapist. She has been providing therapy to clients for the past six years. A common thread in Jennifer’s work is about the individual’s potential and the search for self, with an attentive emphasis on finding a path in life that works for both individuals and couples. Jennifer works with all sexual and relationship issues but is particularly passionate about working with shame, compulsive behaviours, desire, sexuality and gender, sexual self-esteem and women’s sexual health. Her own interests, including complimentary therapies (such as reflexology and aromatherapy), yoga and meditation, art and music, all inform her therapeutic work.
Jo Ounstead is a Person-Centred practitioner and BACP Accredited counsellor. She holds a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy which she studied at the Centre of Psychosexual Health, London. Jo specialises in providing online counselling support to individual and couples seeking help with a variety of sexual and relationship problems. She takes a holistic approach to sexual issues which includes sexual education, self-help tools and the therapeutic relationship to support individuals and couples in rediscovering themselves sexually, and developing a more conscious sexual self-esteem. Jo’s personal interest in yoga, meditation and spirituality also inform her practice and she works with the homeodynamic model to assist the understanding of relationship and sexual issues.
For clients in the Kent/East Sussex area, Jo intersperses online sessions with face-to-face meetings every 6 weeks in Tunbridge Wells.
Austin Pacitto is an Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist. He is MBACP(Accred) and UKCP(Reg). He holds Diplomas in Psychodynamic Counselling, CBT and Transpersonal Counselling and Psychotherapy. He has a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy. He has been working as a therapist since 1991 and has worked extensively with relationship and psychosexual issues. He works with individuals and couples and is experienced in working with sex addictions, sexual and emotional abuse, sexuality and relationship issues.
Thomas Sherry has a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy and BA (Hons) Degree in Integrative Psychotherapy, is a COSRT member and BACP Registered, with over 10 years’ experience. He works with couples & individuals who have specific relationship or sexual problems in the NHS and private practice. He believes an important part of relationships is sexual exploration and intimacy. He works with a Homeodynamic model considering a range of issues, including sexual dysfunctions, sexual desire, sexual abuse, childhood trauma, sexual shame, and questions around sexual orientation. He has a keen interest in how people relate to each other from childhood into adulthood and how sexual identity is influenced by cultural values, parents, society and past experiences.
Post code: London SW4 0JY
Phone: 07881 752 931
Carole Stilwell is a TA practitioner and BACP accredited therapist. She holds a Certificate in Psychosexual Health and a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy and is currently working towards accreditation as a psychosexual therapist. She works with a range of sexual and relationship issues; with both couples and individuals, short and long-term.
Dilys Stinson has 19 years experience as a psychotherapeutic counsellor and is accredited with the UKAHPP, a member of COSRT and registered with UKCP. She holds a Certificate in Psychosexual Health, a Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy and and an Advanced Diploma in Couples Therapy. She works with individuals and couples, both short and long term, and has experience in working with the issues that come with a cancer diagnosis.
Gill Sweeting is a graduate of the Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy and holds post-graduate qualifications in Integrative Psychotherapeutic Practice, Counselling Supervision and Teaching. She is a registered and accredited member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and a member of SET (Society for Education and Training).
Now in private practice, working with individuals, couples and groups, Gill has been working as a counsellor/psychotherapist since 2005, specialising in issues of identity, relationships, complex bereavement, living with life-threatening illness, recovery from trauma and abuse, eating disorders, thriving in menopause and sexual wellbeing. She feels privileged to live and work in Buxton, gateway to the beautiful Peak District.
With a deep interest in all things menopausal, she facilitates a support group, known as The Fan Club, for women helping each other with the problems and opportunities that come with this stage of life. In recent years, Gill has also set up a partnership, the Heal And Learn Foundation, to provide educational events about dealing with the impact of life’s most upsetting things.