MEET THE TEAM

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.
Polly McAfee
Polly McAfeeCourse Tutor
POLLY MCAFEE is a partner at the Centre for Psychosexual Health. She is an integrative humanistic counsellor, a graduate of CPH and holds an M.A. in Effective Learning. She has completed additional training with the Institute of Group Analysis, Pink Therapy, the Gestalt Centre, Barbara Carellas, Nick Totton, Layla Martin and Spectrum Therapy. She is a member of BACP and COSRT. As well as her counselling work and teaching for CPH, she runs groups for women exploring sex and sexuality.
Duane Yon
Duane Yon Assistant Course Tutor
DUANE YON has 12 years’ experience as an Integrative & Inter-cultural counsellor, supervisor and psychosexual therapist. He is accredited with BACP and a member of COSRT, having graduated from the CPH Diploma in 2018. Duane has experience of seeing clients and supervising within the NHS, GP surgeries, prison settings and privately. He uses a holistic approach and is able to tailor this to the needs of his clients. Duane works with individuals, couples and family units offering a space to work through sex and relationship concerns as well as trauma, both current and historical, sexual and gender identities, loss, bereavement, shame, guilt, abuse and life changes. Duane offers a safe and respectful space to work through difficulties and aspirations.