Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist/Urologist Surgeon

MSc, PgDip, MCOSRT, GMC reg

  • Online only

  • from £80

  • from £100

Ibrahim is a psychosexual and relationship therapist and a Urologist surgeon in the NHS. He is also actively involved in research trials exploring and developing new approaches that can be used around the world to evaluate and treat sexual function issues involving all genders and sexual orientations.

Ibrahim is passionate about helping you with your self-discovery journey. He believes everyone should be comfortable in their own skin and able to express their sexuality without second thoughts. Ibrahim has devoted most of his life to this field, starting as a medical doctor specialising in urology and with a particular interest in the medical aspect of sexual dysfunction and infertility, then broadening his expertise by completing a PgDip in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy and an MSc in Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Ibrahim believes discovering one’s identity is one of the most crucial elements in therapy, as in this busy and often lonely world, one can lose their sense of identity. Coming from a mixed background, Ibrahim believes cultural differences have a huge impact on one’s identity. He offers a safe space with no judgement for all people. Ibrahim believes that through a medical, research and therapy background, he can offer the best up-to-date interventions for you while tailoring every client with a different approach, as he believes nobody is the same as the other. Ibrahim often works on self-esteem and confidence during his sessions to ensure a positive outcome both sexually and personally, as that plays a huge role.

Ibrahim uses an integrative approach, including CBT, ACT, Gestalt and a person-centred approach to his practice. Ibrahim’s responsibility is to make you the best version of yourself, regardless of the circumstances. Ibrahim offers sessions in both English and Arabic.

Languages: English and Arabic


  • PgDIp (The London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy)
  • MSc (Sexual and Reproductive Health)
  • General Medical Council Registered


  • Sex addiction (including Pornography addiction)
  • Compulsive sexual behaviours
  • Sexual dysfunction (including Erectile dysfunction, Premature or delayed ejaculation, Vaginismus, Dyspareunia)
  • Shame and Guilt associated with sex
  • Trauma and sexual trauma
  • Performance anxiety and sexual anxiety
  • Retrograde ejaculation
  • Intimacy issues
  • Cultural diversity and identity
  • Communication
  • Chem-sex issues
  • Attachment issues
  • Conflict
  • Changes due to illness, ageing or cancer