As a Clinical Sexologist in training, I support women in making informed and empowered decisions about their wellness, improving their body confidence, self-worth and acceptance.
I specialise in researching and treating the effects of menopause, surgery, trauma and childbirth, and addressing how these experiences can influence how we feel as women and the effect on our sexual relationships with ourselves and our partners.
My passion is to normalise the subject of sex and I look forward to supporting and becoming a voice for women who currently struggle with the biomedical and, or psychological issues surrounding this topic.
Much of my 20 years of experience in health and wellness, has been involved in the physical side of wellness including delivering specialist Pilates classes and being involved in exercise referral and movement medicine.
I fell in love with mind therapy during my Masters degree in Exercise Medicine, with a particular interest in neuro-linguistic programming, energy work and guided visualisation.
I educate women, using renowned health and wellness tools which serve to eradicate the limiting beliefs, trauma, anxiety and sabotaging patterns that are deep rooted in the subconscious mind. I support women in their journey towards empowerment through self-acceptance, exploration of intimacy, love and sexual satisfaction.
Lots of people have a problem with sex at some point in their life. Some people deal with these problems themselves. For others, sexual problems can cause a lot of distress and unhappiness. A clinical sexologist can help people with various sexual problems, including:
Lack of desire.
Difficulty having an orgasm.
Pain during sex or inability to have penetrative sex.
Couples connection & increasing intimacy.
A Clinical Sexologist will listen to you describe your problems and assess whether the cause is likely to be psychological, physical or a combination of the two. Talking about and exploring your experiences will help you get a better understanding of what is happening and the reasons. Lets be honest in order to share such intimate issues you need rapport, trust, confidentiality.
I wrote my book Pilates For Better Sex as I was saddened by how many individuals do not share their lack of sexual pleasure, or feel ashamed to discuss their sexual problems.
Sex should be pleasurable, the connection should be passionate, the experience embraced positivity. Sometimes life events, experiences &/or medical conditions can result in sexual issues, sex is a life force energy I want to reconnect you to ensure you enjoy passionate, pleasurable sex.
What is Clinical Sexology?
Though it may sound like I know every sex position, I can guarantee there is little 'practical' If I wanted 'hands on' I would of become a dominatrix, being a clinical sexologist its all talk, no action lol. Talking; talking about sex, relationships, resolving past experiences, referring to appropriate health professionals.
It' s always more than just sex. Much of my work involves confidence, desire to increase sex drive, fear of sex being painful. My role is to get to the bottom of what is really going on. To see clients enjoying sex, increase intimacy, sometimes simply reconnecting; with themselves or their partner.
In a nutshell; I have the fundamentals of psychology and counselling with extensive experience of holistic therapies and then add deeper research on sexuality.
Occupational hazard - people think I'm a sex freak. People make assumptions on your sex life.
Podcast - Get Naked! (Coming Soon)
A show whereby I share my journey, discuss common questions & issues I work with on a regular basis.