Entering therapy is like opening a door to exploration and new possibilities. It can be scary and challenging but also for many people necessary and life affirming.
As a therapist I try to provide a safe and supportive space for individuals and couples to explore and work through their difficulties and offer potential for change towards sexual wellbeing.
I am interested in how people connect, why they get together, what makes the relationship work and how they change over time.
My background is Croatian but I have been living in the UK for the past 20 years. I originally trained as a solicitor but retrained as a psychotherapist, couple and psychosexual therapist in England
I have been working as a sex therapist for 15 years with individuals and couples struggling with a variety of sexual difficulties.Read more
I have extensive experience of working with couples as they move through life phases/transitions.Read more
I have supervised individuals and groups for the past 10 years in the NHS/public sector as well as private practice practitioners.Read more
As a psychosexual therapist I often deliver sexuality and sexual education workshops to the wider public, and I have delivered many training days to male, female and mixed gender groups. The groups consist of people of all ages – ranging from as young a [...]Read more
I talk about sex a lot; as a sex therapist it is my job to ask questions. I ask my male and female clients and couples to tell me very intimate details about their lives. I ask about their childhoods, their parents, their siblings, their relationships and [...]Read more