Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist

BA Hons Drama /English, PGCE Drama/English, DipHE Midwifery, Couple Counselling and Psychotherapy Intro Cert. Tavistock, PgDip PSRT, MCOSRT

Location: London Bridge, SE1

  • In-person only

  • from £90

  • from £110

Sarah is a registered Psychosexual and Relationship therapist. She believes that a longish life can contain a few careers and started 35 years ago as a drama teacher in a Manchester comprehensive school. At 27, she retrained as a Midwife and worked in that trade until recently. She has a husband, 3 adult children and a cat.

During her long career in Midwifery, she has worked extensively with individuals, couples and families who are negotiating the transition into parenthood. She has provided care for people of all genders and none. Sarah has worked as a senior clinician, supporting people experiencing pain and/or loss of desire following birth. She has worked with people who have been affected by trafficking and FGM and initially retrained as a couples and relationship therapist to provide an extra level of support in this area. Throughout her career, Sarah has worked extensively with people experiencing alcohol or substance misuse and is able to bring her understanding of addiction to her therapeutic work. Sarah is trained as an integrative therapist and can adapt her approach to suit individual and couple needs. She brings to her therapeutic practice all her experience of how body and mind affect each other and will work with clients towards the alleviation of physical and psychological discomfort in their sexual lives as individuals or in relationships with others.

Sarah brings to her therapeutic work her humour and her optimism. She chooses to work face-to-face, as she believes quite passionately in the power of in-person contact.


  • London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy
  • Introduction to Couple Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • DipHE Midwifery
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Education
  • BA(Hons) Drama and English


  • Sexual pain, including Vaginismus, Vulvodynia, Dyspareunia
  • Loss of desire/no desire
  • Relationship communication difficulties
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Dysphoria/Dysmorphia
  • Sex and Relationships after bereavement
  • Addiction and Compulsivity