Cabby Laffy
Cabby LaffyCourse Director and Course Tutor
CABBY LAFFY brings a refreshing and unique approach to psychosexual health, integrating over 20 years of personal and professional development. Her book LoveSex: An Integrative Model for Sexual Education (Karnac 2013) aims to redress our lack of sexuality education, address social and cultural issues, and to promote psychosexual health.
Cabby is a psychosexual psychotherapist and a supervisor, working with individuals, couples and groups. She has facilitated a range of trainings and workshops since 1991. She is a UKCP registered and NCP accredited psychotherapist, a COSRT accredited psychosexual therapist, a supervisor, a group facilitator, and a member of PCSR.
She has set up CPH (the Centre for Psychosexual Health) to provide training based on the Homeodynamic Model for Psychosexual Health. Cabby is available for one to one and couple therapy, training and supervision.
Olivier Cormier-Otaño
Olivier Cormier-OtañoCourse Tutor
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.
Polly McAfee
Polly McAfeeCourse Tutor
POLLY MCAFEE is a graduate of the Diploma in Integrative Psychosexual Therapy and holds an M.A in Effective Learning. She has also trained with the Institute of Group Analysis, Pink Therapy, the Gestalt Centre, Barbara Carellas, Nick Totton and Spectrum Therapy. As well as teaching for CPH, she runs groups for women exploring sex and sexuality. These incorporate the breath and energy techniques of sacred sexuality as well as the educational, behavioural and therapeutic aspects of psychosexual work. She is passionate about people experiencing sexuality as an integral and joyful part of themselves, and about the potential of group work to assist with this journey.
Gill Sweeting
Gill SweetingCourse Tutor
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.