Sex therapy; also known as clinically sexology is the treatment of sexual dysfunction. Read more about male and female sexual dysfunctions here [As listed in the DSM V] Psychosexual Therapists work with people experiencing problems and in overcoming them, in doing so possibly regaining an active sex life. Fully qualified and have worked specifically in psychosexual work since 2012; in therapy since 2006

Sex Therapy and Sex Addiction Treatment Online

Many patients seeking sex therapy or sex addiction treatment prefer as much privacy as possible. For that reason clients prefer online sessions, we utilise the secure Google Meet video platform. Online is becoming the popular trend in many types of therapy and proven to be successful in treating individuals with a wide range of Psychosexual issues.

Reasons to use sex therapy or sex addiction treatment via online sessions:

  • Clients are not as anxious due to physically being in their own comfort zone
  • Clients are not restricted to using only psychosexual therapists or sex addiction treatment specialists within their geographical location
  • Ease of use for clients with a disability or transport issues
  • No waiting list
  • Research shows it is as successful, if not more so than face to face therapy

Online is a viable alternative source of help. Its effective, its private and its conducted by skilled, qualified, ethical professionals. With today’s busy lifestyles it is the perfect way to access a sex therapy service or sex addiction treatment anytime, anywhere.

Maybe Just a Chat?

Sex therapy doesn’t need to be about full treatment plans, you can use this service for anything at all, questions, support, chat, concerns. Sex can be a complicated subject, it is always good to to talk.

 How full treatment plans online work:

  • Sessions are always £60, this is for 50 minutes
  • After an appointment time is agreed and payment taken you will receive an email link to simply click on at the time of your appointment.
  • For psychosexual therapy we ask you put aside up to 3 personal sessions between appointments. This is in your own home; without your Psychosexual Therapist. Not required for sex addiction treatment.

All psychosexual dysfunctions are listed within the DSM-V. You cannot be treated for anything that is not in the DSM-V.

The DSM is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, is published by the American Psychiatric Association and covers all mental health disorders for both children and adults. Please click here for further information.

Please contact us for more information.