Find an Accredited Psychosexual Therapist

Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
  1. Andrea Haas

    Andrea Haas

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    Suite 54, 47 Neridah St
    Chatswood NSW 2067
    0425 218 022

    Andrea Haas is a relationship psychologist and clinical psychosexual therapist in private practice. She sees individuals and couples and provides short and long-term therapy, psycho-education and support for sexual difficulties and relationship problems.

    She uses behavioural, interpersonal and mind-body approaches. She helps to locate the underlying emotional and physical responses to a particular issue, working at a deep level with the mind and body to facilitate understanding, integration and lasting change.

    Andrea utilises her training in Inner Space Techniques – a form of psychotherapy that accesses core emotional undercurrents through mindfulness practices and meditation. She assists clients to safely process and regulate emotions; understand destructive patterns of behaviour in relationships; develop better communication strategies; increase sensitivity and connection to the body through awareness.

    She supports couples in relationship distress due to sexual difficulties, infidelity, arguments, desire discrepancy, low desire, lack of intimacy and connection or relationship doubts. She provides help to improve sexual functioning, such as painful intercourse, arousal and climaxing difficulties, performance anxiety (erection issues), ejaculation problems, sexual anxiety & body image and traumatic sexual experiences (physical, emotional & sexual abuse, rape, molestation).

  2. Dr Sandra Pertot

    Dr Sandra Pertot

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    90 Albert Street
    TAREE NSW 2430
    (02) 6552 4180


    Sandra has been a clinical psychologist and sex therapist for 40 years. She trained in sex therapy when she did her Master of Psychology (Clinical) with Dr Ron Farmer in the early 1970s, and then conducted her research for her PhD thesis on postpartum sexual desire and enjoyment. She has worked in many clinical settings, including community health, state mental health services, and private practice. She believes that maintaining a varied clinical practice and not exclusively focussing on sexual problems has enabled her to develop a broad perspective on the experience of sexual distress in our culture.

    She has had extensive experience training clinicians in sex therapy, contributing to the training of medical practitioners, psychologists, nurses, welfare workers and others. More recently she has presented three day workshops in the practice of sex therapy.

    Sandra provides clinical supervision, both face-to-face and via Skype, for counsellors and therapists who deal with sexual issues.

    She has written three books, A Commonsense Guide to Sex (Angus & Robertson, 1985; Revised Edition HarperCollins, 1994); Perfectly Normal: Living and Loving with Low Libido (Rodale, 2005); andWhen Your Sex Drives Don’t Match: Discover Your Libido Types to Create a Mutually Satisfying Sex Life (Marlowe & Co, 2007), as well as having numerous articles published in the popular press, not only on sexuality but mental health issues in general.

  3. Dr Margaret Redelman

    Dr Margaret Redelman

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    Level 7, 35 Spring St
    Bondi Junction NSW 2022
    0407 399 466

    Dr Margaret Redelman MBBS (Uni NSW), M Psychotherapy (Uni NSW)

    Margaret received her medical degree in Sydney and sexuality training in the USA. She then worked in Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinics, Family Planning Clinics and General Practice for many years. She now works in private practice in Bondi Junction, Sydney, as a medical sex and relationship therapist. Her work covers positive male and female sexuality, sexual dysfunctions and the interpersonal relationships of both heterosexual and homosexual couples.

    She is a guest lecturer and public speaker on topics of sexuality. She has published articles on sexuality in accredited medical journals and participates in research for the treatment of male and female sexual function.

    She is on the executive committee of SAS (Society for Australian Sexologists) and has clinical accreditation from SAS. She was national President of ASSERT (Australian Society Sexuality Educators Researchers and Therapists) from 2004 to 2009. She was President of the 18th World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) Congress held in Sydney in 2007. She was the Convenor for the 2013 Australian Sexual Health Alliance Conference in Darwin and the President of the 2014 Sexual Dysfunction Conference in Sydney.

    She is the current president elect on the Asia-Oceania Federation for Sexology (AOFS) and will be President of the 13th AOFS Conference to be held in Brisbane in 2014.

  4. Jacqueline Hellyer

    Jacqueline Hellyer

    Branch President NSW

    2/758 Darling Street
    Rozelle NSW 2039
    0411 021 629
    www.jacquelinehellyer.com

    Hello, I’m Jacqueline Hellyer. My mantra is ‘What’s Life Without Love?” and I’ve dedicated my life to discovering what really makes relationships work both in and out of the bedroom. Highly qualified and with thousands of hours working with individuals and couples around sex and relationships, I have a real skill in helping people feel more confident, aware and inspired around all aspects of sex, love and intimacy.

    During the week I am in private practice as a Psychosexual Therapist and Coach helping individuals and couples through sex therapy and relationship coaching. On weekends I run couples retreats; workshops for women and for men; the monthly Tantric Lounge; plus an annual five-day couples retreat in Bali.

    I take a transpersonal, psychobiological and positive psychological coaching approach to working with you:

    • Transpersonal therapy addresses the whole person: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual,
    • Psychobiologicaltherapy utilises neuroscience, language and biological processes to aid in change,
    • Positive psychologyfocuses on strengths rather dysfunctions,
    • Coachingis client-centred, solution-focused, dynamic and brief.

    When applied to this fundamentally important part of life, Sex Therapy & Relationship Coaching allows you to find real meaning and fulfilment in your relationships, your sexuality and your love life.

    Please view my website – http://www.jacquelinehellyer.com – for more information and bookings, plus access to:

    • my three books: Great Sex After Kids – survival guide, Sex Secrets for Busy People and Seven Sex Goddesses – sexual re-awakening for today’s woman; 
    • my LoveLife Blog which contains over 300 articles, also available as podcasts on iTunes, and
    • my YouTube Channel which contains dozens of information videos.

    I’m also available for media comment and as a keynote speaker at events and conferences.

Queensland
  1. Jocelyn Klug

    Jocelyn Klug

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    Your Psychology
    Paddington Qld 4064
    0419760852


    Jocelyn has been in private practice for the past 13 years as both a Clinical Sexologist and Accredited Relationship Therapist, having a Certificate in Sexual Reproductive Health, a Graduate Diploma in Couple Therapy and a BA of Nursing. For more inforamtion on Jocelyn visit her website.

  2. Dr Graham Neilsen

    Dr Graham Neilsen

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    Stonewall Medical Centre
    52 Newmarket Road
    Windsor QLD 4030
    (07) 3857 1222


    Dr Graham Neilsen, MBBS, Dip Ven, MM [Sexual Health], FAChSHM, FAFPHM.
    Sexual Health Physician

    Graham’s expertise includes improving the quality of HIV and sexual health care and for men who have sex with men, transgender people, sex workers, and injecting drug users. He is the author of many papers on sexual health issues and has written several book chapters on the area. He currently works as the Sexual Health Physician at Stonewall Medical Centre in Brisbane. Stonewall is a major service provider for sexual health and HIV services for gay men, lesbians, transgender men and women and intersex people in Brisbane and beyond.

South Australia
  1. Selma van Diest

    Selma van Diest

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    Sex Therapy & Psychology Adelaide
    136 South Road
    Torrensville SA 5031
    0468815114
    www.sextherapyadelaide.com.au


    Selma has over 8 years of experience as a Clinical and Health Psychologist and Sex Therapist in the  Netherlands and Australia, both in a private practice and hospital setting. She works with a broad  range of clinical issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship and sexual issues, drawing  on a range of therapeutic approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT),  Mindfulness, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), EMDR for trauma and Sex Therapy.

    Her aim is to help clients to work towards a happier and more satisfactory sexual relationship. She is also very passionate about providing training, education and workshops to health professionals to promote a better understanding of the topic of sexuality, the impact of sexual difficulties on clients and how to provide comfort and confidence to professionals to discuss this topic with their clients.

    Selma is an accredited Clinical Psychosexual Therapist according to the standards of SAS- Society of  Australian Sexologists. She is also state president of the South Australian branch of the SAS.

Tasmania
Victoria
  1. Sarah Calleja

    Sarah Calleja

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    Action Psychology, Suite 204, 9 – 11 Claremont Street
    South Yarra VIC 3141
    (03) 9823 1103


    Sarah Calleja is a Counselling Psychologist and Clinical Sexologist, author and app developer who brings maturity, openness and genuine empathy to her work with clients to help them ‘best manage’ their emotions; life traumas sexual and relationships issues.

    Sarah welcomes clients from diverse backgrounds many of whom may be eligible to claim Medicare rebates to help them to best manage their sexual and relationship issues.

    Sarah is a respected media consultant who is regularly invited to comment on a diverse range of issues. As a trainer, Sarah has presented at International; National and State conferences, and conducts training seminars on sexual issues. Sarah is invited by schools to conduct workshops for teachers and parents. Sarah enjoys speaking at charity events to raise money for worthwhile projects.

    Her first book “give it a go girl!” deals with the complex transition from primary to secondary school. Sarah developed the iPad app ‘Parents, Tweens and Sex’ in collaboration with Swinburne University, as a unique tool to help parents and tweens share their personal values and ethics around confronting sexual issues.

    Sarah is also a wife, mother, mentor, friend and the proud owner of laugh lines!

  2. Lynda Carlyle

    Lynda Carlyle

    Clinical Psychosexual Therapist

    Suite 9/ 228 Clarendon Street
    EAST MELBOURNE Vic 3002
    Ripponlea Medical Centre
    RIPPONLEA Vic 3185
    0425 728 676

    Lynda Carlyle has worked with sexuality for more than a decade, initially as a registered nurse/ educator, and then in private practice as a sex & relationship therapist and nurse / counsellor.

    She achieved a Master of Health Science (Sexual Health) at the University of Sydney and gained expertise in couple work with an Internship at Relationships Australia, following completion of their Specialist Course in Couple Therapy.

    Based in Melbourne, Lynda is a Director and Past President of the National Council of the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd. and was recently re-elected to her second term as Victorian Branch President, having previously served from 2008 – 2011. She is keenly involved with education meetings, supervision and the mentoring and support of colleagues.

    In recent years, she has started speaking at conferences, professional education nights and for private groups. Lynda was invited onto the organizing committee of the 2013 World Prostate Cancer Congress, and encourages collaborations between health practitioners to form a multi-disciplinary approach to sexuality to improve patient outcomes.

    She has written a regular advice column on sex and relationships for the Herald Sun, is often quoted in print media and has appeared many times as an expert guest on local and national radio.

    In 2014, Lynda launched her informative website, www.lyndacarlyle.com that enables the public to source the quality adult and medical products she uses with clients that can assist sexual functioning and enhance pleasure.

    Lynda is warm and practical, with an eclectic counselling style, and enjoys helping couples and singles look for ways to create happier relationships and a positive, healthy sexuality. Her experience and training in nursing, sexology and couple therapy offer a valuable skill mix for clients.

    Available in Ripponlea and East Melbourne. For appointments phone +61 (0) 425 728 676 or email lynda@lyndacarlyle.com. Web:www.lyndacarlyle.com

Western Australia