MUNJEETA
SOHAL

Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist – in training

BSc (Hons), FDN in Counselling & Psychotherapy, PGCE, MCOSRT, Dip. Clinical Sexology (ongoing)

  • Online
  • from £50

  • In-person

  • from £60

Location: London Bridge, Kings Cross, Walthamstow

Munjeeta (she/they) left her career as a primary school teacher to pursue her passion for mental health. Having completed a foundation certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy she is now in her final year of sex and relationship therapy training. Munjeeta has always been curious about sexuality and relationships, and has a depth of lived experience to offer. She believes that having a space in which it’s safe to be authentic is truly important; this is what she offers. Munjeeta is an integrative practitioner and utilises a wide range of tools and techniques in her therapeutic work. She is a sex educator and values psychoeducation as its foundation. This allows her to tailor her work to overcome the unique difficulties that prevent her clients from achieving a fulfilling sex life. She is of mixed heritage (British and Indian) and lives with type one diabetes. She is interested in working with people of all ages, backgrounds, sexualities, gender identities and relationship styles, as well as those who have chronic health conditions.

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) Biology and History and Philosophy of Science
  • Post-graduate Certificate of Education
  • Level 2 Award: Counselling Skills for Working with Children (Access)
  • Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Skills for Working with Children (Foundation)
  • Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aider
  • Youth Mental Health First Aid Instructor
  • London Foundation Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Diploma in Clinical Sexology (ongoing)

Specialisms

  • Arousal difficulties and unreliable erections
  • Premature/ delayed ejaculation
  • Sexual pain, inc. vaginismus and dyspareunia
  • Low/ no/ mismatched desire
  • Sexual compulsivity, including porn
  • Attachment difficulties
  • Relationship challenges, inc. communication and conflict resolution
  • Navigating chronic health conditions
  • Gender, sexuality and relationship diversity (GSRD) and LGBTQIA+ identities
  • Cultural diversity and identity
  • Kink sexualities and fetishes
  • Ethical non-monogamy, inc. open relationships, polyamory and relationship anarchy
  • Infidelity

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