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
Sex educator Dr Emily Nagoski debunks the common sexual myths that are making women (and some men!) feel inadequate between the sheets. [...]Read more
Very useful self help book for dealing with premature ejaculation and book I often recommend to my clients suffering with the same difficulty. [...]Read more