Afrah Al-Yufrusi - Psychosexual Therapy and Art Psychotherapist
I have space for 2couples in my private practice working currently online. I offer a confidential space to support couples with sexual difficulties that they wish to address. I currently have no spaces for Art Psychotherapy work.
It can be stressful seeking support for intimate difficulties in our relationship. It’s not easy to share problems in the bedroom and talking about sex, especially with another person. These feelings can be complex. They can leave us feeling anxious, judged and unhappy. Understanding our own feelings and finding the words to help our partner understand us can be complicated. This is what makes finding the right therapist for you and your partner so important.
I support individuals and couples who are struggling with intimate issues, for example, intimacy, arousal, orgasms, sexual pain and desire. The aim of your therapy sessions is personal and I offer a safe space to allow you to find a way forward that feels right for you and your relationship.
I offer Psychosexual therapy for individuals and couples of all sexualities, genders, race, religions, relationship status or preference. I am an experienced Art psychotherapist working in the NHS. I am passionate about developing my clinical skills and as a result, I am training as a Psychosexual Therapist.
Training, qualifications & experience
I am a qualified Art Psychotherapist in practice since 2009 and I am currently expanding my therapeutic skills in Psychosexual Therapy.
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