So what is sex & relationship therapy?
It is quite normal for individuals and couples to go through stages in their life when they notice a change and things don’t feel quite like they used to. But this can become distressing and frustrating when it persists and interferes with relationships and sexual satisfaction. I offer sex-positive education, guidance and counselling to help people meet their sexual goals and understand themselves more intimately. Sex is approached in a non-judgemental and positive way. I help couples understand their patterns of behaviour, communicate more effectively, and reconnect intimately on all levels.
In the initial consultation, I will conduct a thorough verbal assessment. The assessment questions will depend on your concerns, and may focus on topics such as physical, mental and sexual health, upbringing and childhood, your current and past relationships or previous mental health concerns. Each talking therapy consultation last for 50 minutes.
Catriona currently runs a global practice. She is predominantly based in Johannesburg, South Africa, seeing clients face-to-face. However she runs the majority of her practice online, to clients around South Africa and the rest of the world. Please get in touch with her to enquire regarding availability or ask any questions you might have.
Please note: I am currently unable to take on new clients as my practice is at capacity. Should you like to be placed on a waiting list, or have me refer you to someone within my trusted network, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
Catriona is an accredited psychosexual and relationship therapist with the College of Sex & Relationship Therapists (UK). She is also a member of the Southern African Sexual Health Association (SASHA).
Consultations for psychosexual therapy are available for the following concerns:
Desire (such as low libido)
Arousal (such as erectile function)
Orgasm (such as premature/ delayed ejaculation or struggling to orgasm)
Sexual pain (either on penetration or deeper pain).
Unusual sexual behaviours (such as having a fetish)
Feelings of sexual inexperience and lack of confidence
Recovering sexually after illness or surgery
Difficulties with communication in a relationship
Relationship difficulties (such as infidelity)
Sexual enhancement and enrichment
If your concern is not listed, please contact Catriona here.