Miranda Christophers - Psychosexual Therapy & Relationship Counselling

I trained as a therapist following many years running my own businesses in promotions and retail and gaining a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (DBA). I realised that what I really valued above all else was human nature and seeing people realise their own potential, achieving the most out of themselves and their relationships.

I have a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy, of which has a focus on working with couples as well as individuals. I have an ISAT Diploma in Sex Addiction trained by Paula Hall, as I work with many clients who have relationship issues as a result of porn use/addictions, sexual fetishes and compulsive sexual behaviours. I have a Foundation Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy, and another in Bereavement Care.  I have completed Stopso training in working with offenders and recognising when people may be crossing the line into offending. I have a particular interest in the dynamics of couple relationships, and aiding couples to improve them. In addition, I am passionate about helping people to achieve the happy, healthy sex lives they would like.

I have practised in NHS hospitals and private clinics providing both long and short-term therapy as a Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist. I have also volunteered for Cruse, providing bereavement counselling and facilitating a support group for those bereaved by suicide.

I now work solely within my own private practice from two locations – Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire and Harley Street, London – where I cover a wide range of relationship, psychosexual and confidence issues. I am currently developing Sex and Relationship Confidence groups that will focus on providing information and support to 18-25’s.

I am extremely passionate about my work, and as such I enjoy advancing my knowledge of my chosen field by continuing with professional development and research. I have frequently contributed to articles in the Guardian and HuffPost and appeared on Radio 4’s Women’s Hour.