Psychosexual and Relationship therapist and Person-Centred Counsellor

Bsc Psychology, PGCE, Dip Therapeutic Counselling, Dip. Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy, MBACP, MCOSRT

  • Online
  • from £80

  • In-person

  • from £90

Location: Epsom, Surrey

Jill is a qualified person-centred counsellor and relationship and psychosexual therapist. She is a registered member of BACP, having completed a degree in Psychology and a Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling and a Diploma in Relationship and Psychosexual Therapy. Prior to training as a counsellor, she had a varied career, including teaching and roles in marketing and compliance. Jill has worked as a counsellor in various settings, including NHS IAPT, youth work and within a low-cost agency, before undertaking a further two-year training to become a Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist.

Recognising that our life experience, self-concept and sexual identity are constantly evolving, Jill works with individuals and couples to navigate through mood, identity and sexual challenges presented. She is particularly passionate about helping people through life transitions brought about through ageing, menopause, compulsivity, or illnesses. In addition, she has a passion for supporting people working through relationship difficulties, including stress, conflict, infidelity, change, and conscious uncoupling. Her specialisms include navigating parenthood, blended families, and working through family issues, in addition to working with a wide range of relationship and sexual issues.

Jill sees clients both online and in person in Surrey.


  • BSc Psychology
  • PGCE
  • Dip Counselling
  • LDN. DIP. in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy (Graduating Jan 2023)


  • No/Low/Diminished Libido
  • Erectile Difficulties, incl change through ageing, cancer, injury
  • Compulsive Sexual Behaviour, incl porn.
  • Menopause
  • Mismatched sexual desire
  • Relationships in Crisis – conflict, infidelity
  • Navigating life transitions, parenthood, career change etc
  • Challenges of blended families
  • Living with Teenagers
  • Growing apart, conscious uncoupling