About Me

I am an educator, coach and therapist with over fifteen years experience in the field of human sexuality and relationships.

My commitment to my work comes from a passionate belief that sexual confidence, expression, and satisfaction are vital to human experience. I have been privileged to live the transformation that exploring my sexuality and capacity for intimacy has brought to me and my relationships.

Having begun training as a therapist after a successful career in business, my interest in the spiritual dimensions of human psychology and sexuality inspired me to study Tantra, Native American sacred sexuality, and body psychotherapy. This led to my involvement with Shakti Tantra, a leading UK Tantra school, which I now co-run. My belief that spiritual sexual approaches and techniques can address sexual difficulties, build sexual confidence and enhance intimacy and pleasure led me to study at the Porterbrook Clinic, a leading international training centre for sexual and relationship therapy.

My work with individuals and couples of all sexual orientations includes supporting clients with physical impairment or chronic illness to find their sexual expression. In 2013 I was named Sex Therapist of the Year by Outsiders, the UK charity that provides sex and relationship support to physically and socially disabled people. I am an active member of the Sexual Health and Disability Alliance (SHADA).

I have qualifications in integrative counselling and transpersonal psychotherapy and a post-graduate diploma in sex and relationship therapy. I have trained in a range of sacred sexual traditions, including Tantra and Chuluaqui Quodoushka.

I have a private practice in Harley Street, London and teach and train in the UK and internationally. I live in Stroud in Gloucestershire.