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MA, Relationship Counsellor and Sex Therapist

About me

I have over twenty years experience and specialise in working with couples and individuals who present with relationship issues and sexual difficulties. I was a Relate licensed counsellor for many years and until recently I was a trainer and supervisor at Tavistock Relationships. I am specifically trained to work with couples and individuals on all aspects of their relationships.

I see a wide range of clients from all walks of life, with a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, and I work with straight and gay couples and non-binary individuals.

Training, qualifications & experience

Diploma in Psychodynamic Marital and Couple Counselling - London Marriage Guidance Council/Roehampton Institute
Diploma in Psychosexual Marital and Couple Counselling - London Marriage Guidance Council
MA in Psychoanalytic Studies - Goldsmiths College University of London
Certificate in Supervision - Society of Analytical Psychology

As a faculty staff member at the Tavistock Relationships I devised and ran the MSc in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy and the Certificate in Psychosexual Studies. Until recently I continued to teach and supervise at Tavistock Relationships on a variety of courses. I was also a Relate Licensed Counsellor for ten years. I have lectured and taught in Stockholm and Istanbul as well as for various organisations in this country including COSRT, BUPA, The Royal Shakespeare Company and The Metropolitan Police. In my private practice I see clients (couples and individuals) and I offer supervision to psychodynamic counsellors and sex therapists.

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

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UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

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All members are bound by the BACP Ethical Framework and a Professional Conduct Procedure.


College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT)

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

Accredited register membership

UK Council for Psychotherapy

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UK Council for Psychotherapy
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Accredited Register Scheme

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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Other areas of counselling I deal with

I am specifically trained to work with couples and individuals where the relationship (or lack of it) is part of the focus of the work. When this is the case other factors such as depression, stress, addictions, fertility and illness are often contributory factors which I work with.

Couple therapy, couple counselling, relationship counselling, marriage guidance counselling, psychosexual therapy, sex therapy, supervision


From £70.00 to £80.00

Concessions offered for

  • Low income

Additional information

I offer both day and evening sessions. Depending on the day, the earliest session is 8am and the latest 9pm. However, I do not work here on Fridays or at weekends.

A session lasts for 50mins and my daytime fee is £70 and evening fee (from 5.15 onwards) is £80. I am able to offer concessions in the daytime only and keep two sessions where, depending on need, a lower fee may be negotiated.

When I work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

I work Monday to Thursday.  Hours from 8am to 8 pm depending on day.  I do not offer weekend sessions.

Further information

In the first instance I usually suggest that we meet (all three of us if it is a couple issue) just for one initial assessment session.  This gives you the opportunity to meet me and ask any questions you may have and means I can get a better idea of the situation.  Then together we can discuss if it would be appropriate to have some more sessions or if it would be more helpful to look at other options.  For the moment all sessions are online via Zoom.  Currently I am unable to space sessions out or ventilate the room sufficiently in order to offer face to face sessions.   However, I do plan to return to some face to face work when possible.  For this reason it might be helpful for you to know that my office is about a ten minute walk from Clapham Common station.  I see clients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.  Depending on which day you attend the earliest session is at 8am and the latest begins at 7.45pm.  Please bear in mind there is a heavy demand for sessions, and I may not be able to see you immediately.    A session lasts for 50mins and my usual fee is £70 during the day (before 5.15) and £80 for an evening session (5.15 onwards). Payment is made at the end of the session via bank transfer or (if face to face) by cash or cheque.

Here are some details about my training and experience:  Following a period as a telephone counsellor with Childline I completed a Foundation Course and three year Postgraduate Diploma training with London Marriage Guidance, now part of Tavistock Relationships.   I then completed a further advanced training as a psychosexual therapist.  My initial training was in the psychodynamic model but I also use cognitive behavioural and systems approaches where appropriate.  I have an MA in Psychoanalytic Studies and am accredited with BACP and COSRT as well as  being UKCP registered.

I have been working as a counsellor for over twenty five years now seeing couples and individuals at all stages of their relationships.  I set up the MSc in Psychosexual Therapy at  Tavistock Relationships where until recently I continued to teach and supervise.  I  have also run a great deal of training over the years for various other organisations including Relate, The College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, BUPA, The Metropolitan Police and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

I hope this answers your questions and look forward to hearing from you,
Best wishes,
Jane Seymour

Best wishes,
Jane Seymour

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Older adults

Key details

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I supervise psychodynamic and psychosexual therapists.

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