Founder and Clinical Director

MA Couns/Psych, PgDip PSRT, Dip Sex Add., PgDip Business, MCOSRT (Accred), MBACP

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  • from £130

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Miranda is an Accredited Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist, and the Founder and Clinical Director of The Therapy Yard. In addition, Miranda is a Lecturer on an Advanced Diploma in Relationship Therapy where she delivers training on sexual compulsivity and problematic sexual behaviours. She works with individuals and couples to help work through issues affecting their relationships, self-esteem/confidence and sex lives. Her approach involves psych and sex education with the use of proven tools and techniques in addition to an integrative approach incorporating psychodynamic, Imago, CBT and mindfulness theory. She enjoys working with people of all ages, gender/sexual identity and relationship status and believes that everyone is unique. She aims to enrich and help improve confidence and self-esteem during the therapeutic process. She does not believe in a ‘one size fits all’ approach thus works empathically and creatively with people to help them work towards achieving their goals.

Miranda is a frequent contributor to the media, talking about sex and relationships in newspapers such as The Times, Telegraph, and HuffPost, magazines including Cosmopolitan and Women’s Health, appearing on Radio 4 Women’s Hour, podcasts including You, Me and the Big C and TV shows including Made in Chelsea.

Miranda’s qualifications include:

Masters Degree in Counselling/Psychotherapy

Postgraduate Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy

Diploma in Sexual compulsivity/addiction

Foundation Certificate in Counselling/Psychotherapy

Certificate in Clinical and Training Supervision

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration

COSRT accredited

BACP registered

Miranda works in private practice in Harley Street, London and Beaconsfield, in addition to UK and Europe-wide via Zoom/Telehealth. Miranda is passionate about her work and desire to help others to enjoy the relationships and sex lives they would like. In addition to providing therapy, she is an ambassador for Issviva Menopause, and is a regular media contributor to newspapers, magazines, podcasts and radio.


  • Sexual dysfunctions, including arousal difficulties
  • Sexual pain and Vaginismus
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Low/no desire
  • Relationship issues, including infidelity, conflict and communication
  • Menopause
  • Life Changes
  • Illness
  • Infertility
  • Loss
  • Sexual compulsivity, including porn
  • Understanding fetishes and kinks
  • Sexuality and Gender
  • Open relationships,  Consensual non-monogamy (CNM) and Polyamory
  • Conscious uncoupling
  • Neurodiversity, including Acquired Brain Injury
  • Boarding school trauma
  • Cross-cultural relationships
  • Blended Families