William Brind

Detailed Information

Bill has been working in the field of psychosexual psychotherapy (sex therapy) for 30 years and is an Accredited Supervisor and an Accredited Member with COSRT, a Registered Member with BACP and a member of StopSO (Specialist Treatment Organisation for the Prevention of Sexual Offending).

Core professional background training in mental health and general nursing prior to undertaking further training in psychosexual and relationship therapy and sex addiction.

He retired from the NHS in 2012 where he worked with adults with sexual problems concurrent with secondary mental health issues. He has supervised student nurses in the past and now supervises students undertaking psychosexual and sex addiction training.

Special interest and clinical experience working with clients presenting with; problematic sexual behaviours (sex addiction/compulsivity), paraphilias and fetishistic behaviours.

Eclectic therapeutic approach: integrative, psychodynamic and behavioural, depending on what best suits the supervisee.

Price Range
£0 to 250
Location Areas Covered
Essex, Suffolk, Cambridge, Norfolk
Disabled access
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    Further Information

    I work with individuals (male & female) with sexual addictive/compulsive and sexual variant behaviours. My private practice is in Manningtree, Essex (on the Essex/Suffolk boarder) within walking distance of Manningtree rail station.

    Qualified psychosexual psychotherapist (Diploma in Human Sexuality; St George’s Hospital Medical School, Univ. Lond. 1990). COSRT Accredited; Registered Member of BACP and adhere to their Professional Code of Ethics and Good Practice.

    I have completed the ATSAC professional sexual addiction training under Dr Thaddeus Birchard. Additionally, I have knowledge and clinical experience in working with men who have sex with men in public sex environments (crusing, cottaging).

    I also supervise students undertaking their psychosexual therapy training (group & individual).

    Core professional background in general and mental health nursing.