Graham Prince 866 286/

Sex and Relationship Therapist

Graham_PrinceI work with individuals and couples to help them meet the challenges of sex, intimacy, relationships and personal growth. Our sex lives are a window on who we are and who we have the capacity to be.

Sex therapy starts with resolving sexual problems. It ends in reaching our sexual potential and increasing our capacity for pleasure, passion and intimacy. In short, becoming who we are.

Our sex lives are also a barometer of the health of our relationships. Relationship problems and sexual problems go hand in hand. In my work I don’t separate sex and relationships.

Before becoming a therapist, I worked in the UK Diplomatic Service and in financial public relations in Tokyo and London. Having come from a business background, my approach stresses getting results for clients and putting them in a position where they can help themselves. I encourage clients to focus on what can be done in the present rather than look back into the past.

I also challenge clients to confront the issues they face as quickly as possible and move forward to a solution. The first question in sex and couples therapy may be “How do you feel about this?”, but the most important question is “What are you ready to do about it?”

I teach on the London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy.

For more information on how I might be able to help see my website:


Post Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling, City University, London
Post Graduate Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy, Middlesex University.

Professional Bodies

British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

Days at Fulcrum House

Monday – Friday and Saturday (am)

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3 Grove Road

0117 330 5336

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