I am an experienced BACP accredited counsellor and psychosexual therapist working with individuals, partners and couples impacted by pornography and compulsive sexual behaviour. If your behaviour, or that of your partner, is affecting your home or work life, I offer and a safe space to help understand your behaviour and put strategies in place to support your recovery. Once recovery is in place I support couples to rebuild their relationship and reintroduce intimacy. My practice is based in Radlett in Hertfordshire, less than 30 minutes by train from Kings Cross and within easy reach of North London. I also offer online counselling.
I work with individuals who are struggling with compulsive sexual behaviours. I also work with their partners and the rebuilding of the relationship and intimacy once recovery has started. I also offer group work.
I offer face to face, telephone and Skype sessions.
I am a COSRT Accredited Psychosexual Therapist and Couple Counsellor. I have the Relate Certificate in Couple Counselling. I have a Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy and hold The ATSAC Professional Certificate in Treating Sexual Addiction. I am a member of BACP with more than 29 years experience with Relate and in private practice in Mill Hill, North West London.
He is an accredited psychotherapist with (BACP) is a qualified psychosexual and relationship therapist and member of (COSRT) and has also completed the Professional Certificate in Sexual Addiction training with Thaddeus Birchard and Associates. He works with individuals, couples and groups specialising in the treatment of sex, drugs and alcohol addiction from his private practice in Ealing and Central London. He works both short and long term and offers online Skype and weekend appointments.
I work with people with sex & love addiction, co-dependency, sexual anorexia and the partners of sex addicts.
Additional Information: I am a supervisor to therapists working with sex-addicted clients and I supervise group leaders of sexual recovery therapy groups.
I offer therapy to individuals, couples, partners and family members affected by addictive and compulsive behaviours. I am an experienced psychotherapist and supervisor and am a sex and relationship therapist. I believe the source of most addictive and compulsive processes originate in a disconnection from self and others. Engagement in addictive and compulsive behaviours further alienate and create shame. I have particular interest and experience of working with trauma, shame reduction, and building resilience I work with those who have difficulty in establishing or maintaining relationships and with co-dependency.
I am the Co-Director of Innisfree Therapy, an out-patient treatment facility in Harley St specialising in Sex Addiction. I facilitate assessments, individual therapy sessions with sex addicts and partners of sex addicts and psychotherapy groups for the partners of sex addicts. Skype sessions available. I hold an MA in Integrative Psychotherapy (Minster Centre/Middlesex University) and am UKCP accredited and BACP registered. Furthermore, I have completed CPDs in the treatment of family members of addicts at the Centre of Addiction Treatment Studies (CATS/Bath University) and training in sex addiction. My experience in the addiction field includes working in abstinence-based residential addiction treatment centres, community projects and private practice in Berlin, Portugal, Surrey and London for twenty years. I am fluent in English, German and Portuguese.
Innisfree Therapy is an out patient treatment facility specialising in Sex Addiction. Our team provides treatment programmes for individuals – men and women – and couples who are affected by sex addiction. Located in Harley St we deliver long term treatment combining 1-1 individual therapy, psycho-educational workshops, group psychotherapy and couples therapy. The environment is professional, energetic, compassionate and creative.
As a counsellor, I aim to provide a safe, empathic and non-judgemental atmosphere in which you can explore whatever dilemma may be troubling you. This might be to do with relationships, work, identity, sexuality, creativity, coping with difficult emotions and destructive patterns, or a combination of these and other issues. You may also wish to simply use counselling as a means of regularly checking-in with yourself, or as a way of confirming, or otherwise, some important life decision you have made through having an independent ear.
I’m interested in facilitating your desire to change, become more empowered and connect more closely with what you feel your authentic self to be. Together, I hope we can create a beneficial relationship between us, that will help you develop increased awareness around yourself and whatever issues you might bring, and enable you to forge new understandings and new perspectives from which to move forward, traverse edges, express yourself more freely and develop your sense of creativity.
Though I’m trained as a Humanistic Integrative Counsellor I have a background in the performing arts – both as an artist, mentor, workshop leader and film-maker – and this informs my work as a counsellor. Within this realm I have tended to specialise in improvisational work and blending seemingly different areas together. For example integrating voice and physicality, something I call Voicemotion.
At the moment I work with individuals at home in Hastings and at The Marylebone Centre in London. In the past I’ve counselled extensively for organisations like Care for the Carers, who support voluntarily carers, and Change Grow Live, who help those with problems around alcohol and substance misuse. Within the above I have worked with individuals and groups, with a variety of different needs and issues – bereavement and loss, anxiety and depression, compulsive sexual behaviour, relationship issues – as well as general counselling. With my background in the performing arts, I also particularly understand the issues, pressures and challenges people face working in this realm.
I’m fully insured and a registered Member with the BACP, the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and practice in accordance with their ethical framework. I am also a qualified member of ATSAC, the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity.
Working with individuals, couples and group work. Partners work also available. 18 years experience in working with sexual addiction and other sexual problems working from 79 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2PX.
Additional information: Founder of the first treatment programme in the UK, founder of ATSAC
I work with individuals, couples, and partners affected by compulsive and addictive sexual behaviour and paraphilic behaviours – BDSM/Kink/Fetish. I also work with love addiction, love avoidance, Gender and Sexual Diversity – Gender and Sexual Identity, Escorts, Pornography, Sexual Trauma – Rape (male and female) and co-dependence. I am an experienced sexual and relationship psychotherapist and couples therapist. I worked for the NHS as a psychosexual therapist as well as being in private practice. I am a COSRT accredited sexual and relationship therapist and a UKCP registered psychotherapist. My training, qualifications and experience are: PG. Diploma – Psychosexual therapy. PG. Certificate – Forensic Sexology. StopSoUK trainings for the prevention of sexual offending, ATSAC professional qualification on Sex Addiction. I also work using ZOOM for video conferencing.
Justin is a qualified relationship therapist and holds specialisms in both Sex Addiction and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Justin has a background in the charity sector where he was the Operational Lead of a Therapy Service. Justin works with Addicts, Partners and Couples, facilitates recovery groups and trains therapists within ISAT. Justin works in London, Leamington Spa, Solihull and online using zoom.us video conferencing.
I work with individuals who are affected by compulsive and addictive sexual behaviour. My process includes assessment, an exploration of underlying issues and the development of helpful recovery strategies. I work within a framework of dignity, respect, understanding and support for each and every individual.
I offer therapy for individuals, partners, and couples affected by sex & porn addiction, in addition to substance and other behavioural addictions, and eating disorders. Group therapy is also available, through the separate Hall Recovery Courses, for those with the addiction and their partners, which I co-facilitate. I have more than 10 years experience as a counsellor and psychotherapist working initially as part of the Addiction Treatment Programme at a Priory Hospital and then in private practice. In addition to my initial training to Masters level in Integrated Counselling and Psychotherapy, I have completed both the ATSAC Professional Training in the Treatment of Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity and the Hall Recovery Course.