My name is David and I am an honorary psychosexual and relationship therapist. I am currently working with some of the leading services for gay men including Controlling Chemsex and 56 Dean Street sexual health clinic.

I have a foundation certificate in counselling skills and practice and am currently in my final year of qualifying for a diploma in clinical sexology. Prior to this I have counselled children who have experienced trauma and abuse while volunteering for a large national children’s charity.

Currently I am supporting clients with a range of psychosexual issues including erectile difficulties, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, compulsive sexual behaviours, shame, loss of regular erectile function due to medical procedures and disabilities, painful sex, low sexual desire, and kink. I also support women with vaginismus, anorgasmia and dyspareunia.

I understand the complexity of chem use, including some of the legacy issues that can arise post recovery.  With the right support, understanding and with the skills being developed at organisations like Controlling Chemsex we can work together to help you get the life you want.

My therapy offers an empathetic and safe space to talk openly about the issues you are experiencing. I work pluralistically which allows me to tailor your therapy using the widest range of therapeutic approaches. Most importantly our relationship will be based on respect, empathy and working towards your therapy goals. 

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