97 Mortimer Street, London, W1W 7SU

Kate Moyle - Director

Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist

Accredited Member of COSRT

Registered Member of UKCP

 

Masters Degree in Relationship Therapy

Post Graduate Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy

BSc Degree in Psychology

 

Kate Moyle is an Accredited Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist. She specialises in working with those that are struggling with difficulties with their sex lives and sexuality, including many in their twenties and thirties who are impacted by the stresses of modern life. She considers a client’s problem or sexual dysfunction in terms of their personal context and meaning and the role it holds for them as an individual. Kate works empathetically with people to recognise their personal understanding of their sexuality and sexual health; with the view that issues have roots in psychology, emotion, the physical body, and a person’s history and culture. Ultimately her aim is to help people get to a place of sexual health, happiness and wellbeing. Kate is passionate about having open, honest and realistic conversations about sex; that help people to feel educated and aware in order that they can make the informed decisions that are best for them and feel comfortable in their sexuality.

 

Alongside her work as a therapist Kate is also UK Sex Expert for Luxury Sex Toy Brand Lelo and is a regular event speaker and contributor to the media on the topic of sex and relationships.

Kate has spoken at events such as What She Said, The Vulval Pain Society and Skirt Club and has been a guest on numerous podcasts including The Future of Sex & The Curious Nature of Sex. She has also been quoted in GQ, The Telegraph, Sputnik News, Bustle, Essentials Magazine, Elle, Elite Daily, Refinery29, Marie Claire and is a regular contributor to blogs on sex & sexuality.

Helen Mayor - Director

Integrative Psychotherapist

MA in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling

Registered member of the BACP (MBACP)

Registered member of UKCP

Helen is a fully qualified integrative psychotherapist, which basically means she draws on different therapeutic theories to meet the needs of those she works with.  Before training she worked in dynamic and intense business environments which she feels enables her to relate to some of the pressures of those she meets.   It is her belief that good therapy can be a form of human alchemy, and the relationship with the therapist sits at the heart of that alchemy.

 

Helen's diverse experience includes working in a bereavement centre, the NHS and private practice.  Some of the issues she has experience of working with include, anxiety, depression, perfectionism/self esteem, relationships, stage of life crisis, OCD, intrusive thoughts, bereavement, loss and relationship issues.


Helen currently works in private practice from rooms in the City EC2R, Central London W1 and Hampstead NW3.  However it is also her long held the view that, for some clients working outside can lend something beneficial to the work and those she works with.   Consequently her Masters dissertation was about Walking Therapy and she now works with clients in London's green spaces of Hampstead Heath, Regents Park and Hyde Park.


The location is secondary to the most important factor, a supportive relationship which can offer the safety and space each week to think, talk, share and explore without feeling

 

Marianne Johnson - Director

Integrative Psychotherapist

 

Accredited member of UKCP

MBACP

Masters Degree in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling

Advanced PG Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling

Marianne offers both short and long term therapy. She is trained in a wide range of therapeutic approaches which she draws upon to find the most helpful way to work with each individual.
 
Through her work as an NHS therapist, in private practice and as a University counsellor, Marianne has experience in treating a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, identity issues, relationship difficulties, sexual abuse, low self-esteem, self-harm and eating issues.
 
Marianne's integrative method incorporates psychodynamic, humanistic, existential, body psychotherapy and contemporary relational psychotherapy models. Marianne has a special interest in approaching emotional and psychological problems in the context of the body and mind as a whole system.

Gia Badenhorst - Integrative Psychotherapist

 

Registered Member of UKCP

 

BA (Psychology): University Stellenbosch, South Africa

MA (Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling): Regents University, London

ADIP (Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling) Regents University, London 

 

Gia is an Integrative Psychotherapist, working from combined Theoretical perspectives, which include Psychodynamic, Existential and Person-centred approaches. She has experience working with a broad range of difficulties & believes in a safe, secure relationship built on trust and understanding between a client and therapist. Therapy is open-ended (meaning the length of the work will vary with the individual). It is therefore a collaborative experience between client and therapist, ensuring that there is an equal amount of creative input and expression within the therapeutic relationship. She works within a framework, that allows a client to express themselves freely, engage and grow by processing experiences and difficulties that they find challenging in life. Difficulties she works with include: Abuse: Verbal, Emotional, Physical or Sexual Anger Management Anxiety Behavioural Difficulties Bereavement Couples Counselling Depression Eating Disorders Family Difficulties Panic Attacks Pressure/Stress Pregnancy/Family planning Relationship Struggles Self-Esteem Self-Harm

Murray Blacket - Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist

Accredited member UKCP. 

Accredited member COSRT.

Registered member of the BACP.

Registered member of SEA

 

PhD in Psychotherapy – in progress

Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy

London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy

B Arts (Hons.) Psychology

Diploma in Education

Murray is a highly experienced psychotherapist with a wide range of clinical experience including the NHS, charity run services, hospices, leading private therapy providers and private practice. He works with individuals and couples with

relationship and psychosexual issues as well as other life challenges. His approach is integrative with a distinct emphasis on existential psychotherapy.

His experience is drawn from working with a wide range of issues, including: sexual relations, bereavement, trauma, rape, life-threatening illness, violence (both domestic and social), addiction, parental issues, couple and family concerns, personal and life challenges, as well as a diverse mix of mental health challenges such as depression, bi-polar, suicide and chronic fatigue and pain.

Murray is also the UK spokesperson on Men’s Issues for COSRT and provides regular psychotherapeutic insights to a number of relationship advisors and writers at the Observer, Huffington Post and more.In his wider working life, Murray has worked as a schoolteacher, school counsellor, aerobics instructor/personal trainer and advertising Creative Director in some of London’s leading agencies.

Dr Amani Zarroug - Clinical Psychologist and Relationship and Psychosexual Therapist

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (D Clin Psy)

Masters in Relationship and Psychosexual Therapy (MSc)

Masters in Cognitive Neuropsychology (MSc)

Bachelors in Psychology with Combined Studies (BA Hons)

 

Registered Member of HCPC

Registered Member of COSRT 

 

Dr Amani Zarroug is a Clinical Psychologist, as well as, a Relationship and Psychosexual Therapist.  She specialises in a variety of mental health problems, and has trained in a number of different psychological models including CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), Psychodynamic Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Schema Therapy, and Personal Construct Therapy.

 

She has been working in this field since 2000.  Amani is also a Relationship and Psychosexual therapist, and enjoys working with individuals and couples to improve the quality of their relationships, and their sexual satisfaction. She believes a warm and knowledgeable approach is fundamental to her work, and aims to offer a therapeutic environment that feels safe and hopeful.  Amani caters to the individual style of each client in order to help them achieve their goals.

This approach is based on her training, experience, and love of working with people in a therapeutic way. 

Ros Wolf – Integrative Counsellor

Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling

Registered Member of BACP

Ros is qualified in a range of therapeutic approaches, and works in a way that is guided by her clients’ experiences and needs. She is experienced at working with a range of emotional issues, as well as moderate to severe mental health problems.

Ros has been a counsellor for two branches of MIND, a hospital bereavement service and a women’s healthcare charity (as part of NHS IAPT). Over the years, she has supported individuals with anxiety, depression, sex and relationship problems, and through times of loss and conflict. Ros is particularly interested in the impact of parenthood and identity issues. She offers both short and long-term counselling.

 

Ros is passionate about making mental health stigma a thing of the past and is trained as a Mental Health First Aider. Before becoming a therapist, Ros was a befriender for Samaritans.

She believes that most psychological struggles stem from difficulties in current or past relationships: those with others or with ourselves. Her clinical thinking is influenced by psychodynamic ideas and attachment theory, whilst her way of being with clients is person-centred. Her hope for clients is to feel more connected to others in the outside world, as well as with themselves on the inside.

Karen Hopkins- Integrative Therapist

Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling

Registered Member of BACP

 

Karen is an integrative therapist. She is trained in a number of therapeutic approaches that she draws upon to tailor therapy to your individual needs and circumstances. Karen's way of working blends psychodynamic thinking, attachment theory and contemporary relational psychotherapy.


Karen offer both short-term and long-term therapy and works with a broad range of issues including, anxiety, attachment issues, bereavement, complex trauma, depression, eating issues, family issues, low self-esteem, mood and personality disorders, relationship issues and sexual abuse.


In addition to her private practice, Karen, works as an adult psychotherapist within the NHS, where she works long term with patients with moderate to severe mental health and psychological problems. 

Katie Rajan-Edge 

Integrative Counsellor

Registered member BACP

PG Diploma in Integrative Counselling

Katie is an integrative counsellor trained in a wide range of therapeutic methods. She is experienced in both long and short term models, and works to tailor her therapeutic style to match the client she is working with. She believes that change occurs best when we learn to see ourselves clearly and find the intrinsic value in what we may think of as flaws. 

 

She has extensive experience in higher education, academia, and young adulthood. She also has considerable experience working with abortion and pregnancy loss.  Her areas of interest include eating disorders, those working in the creative industries including acting, the impacts of coming from a high achieving family background, and feminist therapy. 

 

She is currently working on a masters degree in Integrative Psychotherapy, focusing on the interplay of low self-esteem and ego as a defence.

 

In addition to working as a counsellor, Katie works to support students with acute mental health needs attending a top ten global university. 

Clare Faulkner - Associate

Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist

 

Accredited member of COSRT

Registered Member of the BACP (MBACP)

Graduate Member of The British Psychological Society (MBPsS)

 

Certified Imago Relationship Therapist

PGDip Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy

BSc Degree in Psychology

Certified EFT Practitioner

Certified NLP Practitioner

Diploma in the art of NLP

Certificate in Counselling Skills

 

Clare offers couples and individuals a safe space to look at their relationship and psychosexual concerns. This may involve addressing issues of sexual dysfunction, pornography use, conflict, infidelity, sexual shame, sexual abuse and trauma, and sexual orientation.

Clare sees therapy as a collaborative process between client and therapist. She aims to build a warm and respectful relationship with her clients to explore current and past concerns.  Working together she brings insight and a deeper understanding of situations and possible behavioural patterns. She uses a variety of tools and has an integrative therapeutic approach. 

Clare supports her clients in clearing and changing limiting beliefs, and allows them to release and free themselves from emotional blocks. She works with both individuals and couples to help build self-confidence, improve communications skills and form better relationships with themselves and others.

Catriona Boffard - Associate

Psychosexual and Cognitive Behavioural Therapist

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) – University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Masters of Psychology – University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Masters of HIV, STIs and Sexual Health – University of Sydney

European Certified Psychosexologist – European Federation of Sexology/ European Society for Sexual Medicine

Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy – Royal Holloway University of London

 

Member of COSRT, BABCP, BACP,SASHA

Accredited by BABCP, BACP,UKCP

 

Catriona Boffard is a Psychosexual and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapist, Sexuality Researcher & Educator and Author.  She is a globally recognized authority on sex, and has delivered her expert advice on TV, radio, corporate and public platforms. She is an expert in the field of sexual behaviour and well-being, with a particular interest in helping couples and individuals reinvent their sexual intimacy, and helping to empower women to embrace and explore their sexuality. She works from a biopsychosocial perspective; assessing and treating clients through an integrative approach which explores the physiological, psychological and social factors behind their concerns. Catriona also treats clients with mood, anxiety or lifestyle related concerns.

 

Catriona offers offers online consultations only.

Rima Hawkins -Associate

Psychosexual and Relationship Psychotherapist

 

Accredited Member of COSRT

Registered Member of BACP

Registered Member of UKCP

 

Rima is a COSRT Accredited Psychosexual & Relationship Psychotherapist who initially trained as a teacher but developed her career both privately and in the NHS. She worked in sexual health with adults as well as young adults & completed her training as a psychotherapist, relationship & psychosexual therapist in 2001. Rima is also a trained EMDR Therapist

Rima's special interest is in cross cultural relationship issues and she recently completed an Advanced Diploma in Couple's Therapy from NAOS.

Rima is also StopSo trained in the prevention of sexual offending behaviour. www.stopso.org.uk

Rima offers appointments out of West London, SW6 rather than in The Thought House Partnership’s Central London location.