My work with groups includes the design and delivery of professional presentations and training modules.  Education is an essential component of my work.  The lack of open dialogue and quality education about sex and relationships opens the door for the media and pornography to become the primary source for influencing our beliefs about how sex should look and feel.  This can lead to unrealistic expectations, unhelpful comparisons and, for many, feelings of inadequacy and inferiority.  My passion about the importance of good quality sex education inspired me to become a founding board member of the British Association of Sexual Educators (BASE) in 2009.

I am motivated to create presentations and training material that provide clear, factually correct sex education to take the embarrassment out of talking about sex and intimacy.  My training material includes context and examples so that participants and listeners can quickly see how the information relates to their personal situation.  My aim is to make it OK to talk honestly about sex so my audience is better informed and empowered about relationships and sexual pleasure.  

For professionals, I can create customised training if you want your team to feel more comfortable talking about sexual matters with your clients/patients or for them to have a clearer understanding of specific psychosexual themes.  I will design the material for the event to meet your aims and objectives, using language and imagery that is appropriate and relevant for the audience.  My commitment is to ensure that the event is educational, inspiring and engaging.  Previously I have provided training for professional organisations, I have run women’s circles and delivered fun educational content for gatherings to celebrate special events e.g. birthday parties, hen gatherings.  

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Previous Training Events

  • 2009 - ‘Disability: sex, relationships and pleasure’ presentation at the Royal Society of Medicine  
  • 2011 – ‘Bodywork options for male sexual difficulties’ presentation at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington
  • 2013 - ‘Male sexual pleasure’ presentation at the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 2013 & 2014 – ‘Sexual pleasure’ training module as part of PGDip in Sex and Relationship therapy, Porterbrook Clinic
  • 2013 & 2014 – ‘BDSM’ training module aspart of PGDip in Sex and Relationship therapy, Porterbrook Clinic
  • 2018 – ‘Better sex tonight’ as part of SexLectures
  • 2019 – ‘Psychosexual impact of maternal injury and anal sphincter injuries in childbirth’ presentation as part of the Exit Wounds Conference in Dublin
  • 2019 – ‘Resources for couples considering divorce’ presentation for Woolley & Co, family solicitors
  • 2019 - ‘The changing roles of men and women and the impact on relationships’ presentation for U3A Study Day
  • 2020 – Love Abilities Virtual Sexuality andDisabilities Festival
  • 2020 – ‘BDSM: a therapeutic approach’ training module for Cercle Sexualitat Integrativa, Spain
  • 2020 & 2021 – ‘Ethics, boundaries and consent in practice’ training module for Integrative Breathwork Facilitator Training
  • 2021 – ‘Childlessness and sexual intimacy’webinar for Gateway Women

Books published

  • ABC Sexual Health 3rd edition, edited by Kevan Wylie - chapter on Sexual Pleasure
  • Medical Negligence and Childbirth by Doireann O’Mahony – chapter on Psychosexual Injury
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“We have never had to think about language to describe our pleasure or to guide each other but we are now experiencing pleasure like never before.”  
couple (2020)
“Sue is an engaging presenter and inspirational teacher.  She brings the training material to life by adding her professional experiences and relating key teaching points to real-life scenarios.”
“Sincere thanks for your guidance, for pushing us, almost to the edge on occasion and for your part in helping us find the freedom and the depth in our relationship. We now feel fulfilled and able to express our fears and joys in equal measure.”
couple (2020)
“You were absolutely amazing.  What you said really helped me in my sessions with clients and helped me see things from a different point of view. It was really invaluable and helped me so much with my training.  I would recommend you to anyone.”  
Supervisee (2021)

“I wanted to let you know that I've been having wonderful, liberated, creative, and thoroughly enjoyable sexual experiences this summer - our two sessions were definitely a big help at the end of this stage of the process.”

Female (2019)

“We needed a third party to hear us, and to help us hear each other.  You allowed us to create some space between us and keep our communications more civilised. The sessions that we had were really helpful and so far, it's working well!” 

Couple (2021)

“My aims were to avoid premature ejaculation and get the confidence to start a new sexual relationship. The therapy fulfilled both objectives.  I found Sue to be very straightforward, easy to talk to, and sympathetic and my quality of life has improved.” 

Male (2019)

“I am a quadriplegic, paralysed from the shoulders down. It is no exaggeration to say that she has changed my life. Sue has opened up a whole world of sensual and sexual liberation for me.”

Male (2012)

“Sue is calm, personable, challenging, supportive and empathic. She quickly understood my issues and suggested ways to tackle them effectively.  I would highly recommend her.  After a couple of sessions, I felt confident to ask someone on a date and am now in a happy relationship.”

Male (2019)

“I originally got in touch with Sue to work on my dysfunctional erections.  Sue taught me practical techniques and helped unravel my sexual history. She had a positive outlook and gave useful insights. It’s been life changing.”

Male (2020)