I help individuals who struggle with compulsive sexual behaviour, or their partners.
I am a Senior Associate, Therapist and Trainer for a world-renowned Sex Addiction Clinic in the UK, helping individuals, and training other therapists.
I have been successfully helping individuals with their challenges in relationships for 14 years, and I have been trained to, and a have lot of experience helping people with compulsive sexual behaviour, and helping partners impacted by another’s sexual behaviour.
How I am Different?
I work in a way that is deeply empathetic and compassionate.
I love doing this work, holding hope for my clients when they are struggling, helping them understand themselves better, and sharing in their joy from their growth, freedom, and successes.
Help for Sex Addicts:
Maybe you are here because you have been found out?
Maybe you have tried unsuccessfully in the past to stop the sexual behaviour ?
Before it only caused you to feel bad about yourself…..
But now it is affecting someone else, someone you love, someone you don’t want to lose.
You don’t understand yourself, why, when you want to, you’ve struggled to stop.
Maybe it hasn’t got that far yet, but you fear what you’re doing is affecting your relationship,
Or maybe it is stopping getting into, or maintaining a relationship?
How do I help?
I provide a safe, supportive, non-judgemental place to start exploring how you got here, and how to change.
I help you understand what from your past and your present has contributed to your difficulties, discover what triggers you, and give you proven strategies to stop and stay stopped.
Because I have also helped partners, means I help you make sense of what you can do to help them, and rebuild trust in your relationship.
Help for Partners of Sex Addicts:
Nothing prepares you for the shock of discovering that the person you thought you knew so well has behaved in a way that is hurtful and distressing and sometimes bewildering.
You feel let down, betrayed, devastated, confused and angry.
How could the most important person in your life have done this?
You are wary of telling family or friends, as you cannot yet make sense of what has happened and you may not yet have decided what you are going to do.
You fear people close to you will judge you for what choices you make next, and you are not ready to decide what you are going to do.
Being the partner of a sex addict can be a tragically lonely place. Who can you tell? Who can you confide in?
How do I help?
You need support in the immediate aftermath of finding out about their acting out behaviours.
I provide a safe, nurturing place to share your feelings, be kindly and non-judgmentally supported,
I help you start to recover from the shock of what has happened, and get to grips with what you are dealing with and process what you are going to do.
I understand your pain, and because I have helped many people like your partner,
I can help you start to make sense of the bewildering maze they have got lost in.
I work online, on Zoom, and currently have some availability.
If you would like a free consultation call to please go to my website and click on “Book Your Free Consultation”: https://therapyforsexaddiction.co.uk