Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist

BSc, Postgraduate Diploma in Sexology and Relationship Therapy, FDN in Counselling, MCOSRT

  • Online only

  • from £90

  • from £110

David is a psychosexual and relationship therapist with a warm and professional approach. He has worked with some of the UKs leading sexual health organisations such as the 56 Dean Street sexual health clinic and Controlling Chemsex.

David supports clients with a broad spectrum of psychosexual issues, including erectile difficulties, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, compulsive sexual behaviours, coming out, shame, coping with the loss of erectile function due to medical procedures and disabilities, painful sex, low desire, and kink. Additionally, he provides support for concerns related to Chemsex, works with survivors of sexual trauma, and offers support to individuals living with sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV and herpes.

As well as offering individual therapy, David is a couples therapist, providing support for a wide range of concerns. He helps couples to manage open relationships, explore consensual non-monogamy, improve their communication and address various sexual challenges within their relationships.

David’s therapeutic tools are as diverse as his clients’ needs. He is a pluralistic therapist which means he uses a wide range of techniques that best suit the individual. This includes cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), psychodynamic approaches, attachment theory and mindfulness techniques. He aims to empower individuals and couples to gain insight into their behaviours, help them understand the underlying reasons and foster positive change.


  • BSc Sports Science
  • PgDip in Sexology and Relationship Therapy
  • FDN in Counselling Skills


  • Erectile issues
  • Premature and delayed ejaculation
  • Sexual compulsivity including porn
  • Sexuality and coming out
  • Understanding fetish and kinks
  • Trauma
  • Chemsex issues
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Couples
  • Alternative relationships, including open, polyamorous and consensual non-monogamy (CSM)