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Eva Nogales, Sex therapist (EN-Sexology)

About me

Hi, my name is Eva and I am the therapist behind EN sexology. I offer psychosexual/sex and relationships therapy via videoconference (online) and in person.

Sex therapy can be helpful for an individual or couple who feel their issues are affecting their quality of life, or just want to learn more about their sexuality. It can improve relationships and the erotic life in the broadest sense. We don’t just want you to solve your specific problem, we want you to grow sexually, unlearn bad patterns, rethink unhelpful misconceptions about sex and relationships, dismiss common myths and relearn a healthier model of sexuality. We want you to face sex with more self-confidence, less fear, and a greater sense of self-esteem.

Sexual therapy is very satisfying and clients can notice positive changes within just a few sessions. Consultations do not involve any physical examinations, or any sexual acts, but it does require you to openly talk about sexual feelings and concerns. It also requires a level of self-awareness. We’ll talk, we’ll try to figure out together what is the root cause of any difficulties, and we’ll give you some homework between sessions. You will have to work with your mind and body, both as an individual and/or as a couple.

Sex therapy can help with many different issues, lack of sexual desire both male and female, painful intercourse, difficulties with orgasm, arousal disorders, erectile problems, involuntary (premature or delayed) ejaculation, sexual difficulties following abuse, fear of sex, sex avoidance, general lack of sex confidence, and so on. We can also work on poor body image relating to intimacy, jealousy, sexual orientation or identity struggles and alternative sexualities (see the list below).

Sex involves the body, the mind and the emotions, you’ll learn to understand how it all works together. Sex therapy is a meaningful process of unlearning and relearning. And is not a passive experience, you will be invited to participate by thinking, doing and feeling.

All of the work you do in the therapy room is based on talking, however, you are also given some practical activities/ homework to do at home.

I strongly believe there’s no ‘right and wrong’ when it comes to sexuality. No matter how you identify, what you’re into, your relationship status or how you approach sex and intimacy. You’ll be able to talk about yourself in a safe and confidential environment, free of shame and judgement.

Areas of work:

Loss of desire - Differences in libido

Difficulties with orgasm - Involuntary ejaculation

Erectile problems - Arousal difficulties

Out of control sexual behaviour

Fear of sex - Avoidance - Phobias - Pain

Rape - Sexual Assault

Sexual difficulties following abuse

Trauma / Sexual Trauma

Sexual education, information and orientation

Body image - Self-esteem - Sexual confidence

Sexual shame, guilt and other negative emotions

Sex orientation or gender identity struggles

Improving sexual communication

Exploring alternative sexualities: Open relationships / Polyamory - Kink...

Erotic growth - Emotional intelligence

Creating a healthy relationship - Communication

Jealousy - Lack of trust - Infidelity - Breakup

Reinvigorating a long-term relationship

Dating and relationship skills

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Training, qualifications & experience

  • Psychologist

  • Master in Sexology and Sex Therapy (MSc)

  • Sex and relationship therapist

  • Sex Educator

  • Member of College of Sex and Relationship Therapist (COSRT)

Member organisations

COSRT

College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists

COSRT is the UK’s leading membership organisation for therapists specialising in sexual and relationship issues.

All members must abide by their Code of Ethics and the performance of accredited members is regularly monitored.

Fees

£60 per session

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages Therapy in English and Spanish

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair-accessible premises should have step-free access for wheelchair users and individuals who are unable to climb stairs. If a counsellor's premises aren't step-free, they may offer alternative services such as telephone/web-based appointments, home visits, or meeting clients in different location, so you can choose the option that suits you best.

You can contact the counsellor to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

Wheelchair user access

Availability

Flexible appointments

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Couples
Eva Nogales, Sex therapist  (EN-Sexology)

Eva Nogales, Sex therapist (EN-Sexology)