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Frequently asked questions 

Psychosexual and Relationship therapy can be quite different to other types of therapy. It is likely that you are curious about the process, how it works and about what to expect from your sessions. 

For more specific information and what is covered in Psychosexual and Relationship therapy I encourage you to explore the website further and feel free to contact me with any further questions that you may have. 

Common Queries 

Emergency contacts & Resources

  • In you you are in mental health crisis, call 999 and ask for an ambulance to take you to A&E/ask some to call for you - you could also request an emergency appointment with your GP - or seek emergency advice on 112 

  • Call Samaritans on 116 123 as a free 24/7 service

  • Contact your local crisis team if you are being provided care by a crisis team

  • Mind –  0300 123 3393

  • Hub of Hope, database of mental health support and services 

  • Female Genital Mutilation– information and contact on national FGM support clinics - FGM is illegal, if you or someone you know is in imminent danger of this, call 999  

  • Centre for action on rape and abuse (CARA

  • Switchboard (LGBTI+) – 0300 330 0630

  • Sexual health concerns - NHS 

What is psychosexual therapy?

Psychosexual therapy or 'sex' therapy provides a supportive and non-judgmental environment that assists individuals and couples experiencing sexual issues that are impacting on their physical intimacy, quality of life or personal well-being. 

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