Laura is a sexologist, with a Bachelor in Psychological Science and a Masters in Sexology. Laura is a driven individual with a passion to develop her career in sexology. She warmly welcomes each client with keen enthusiasm and encourages open dialogue in a judgement-free space. She is understanding, compassionate and approaches each session by establishing her clients’ individual goals and needs, and attentively supports them to achieve their desired outcomes.
Laura feels strongly about embracing all aspects of sexuality and appreciates the unique ways in which it manifests in different individuals. She holds progressive and open-minded ideologies on sex and relationships, and through her work as a sexologist, hopes to grow her understanding of how sexuality can prosper within relationships.
Laura treats common sexual concerns such as sexual pain, vaginismus, sex education, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
Lauren is a recently graduated sexologist holding a membership with the Society of Australian Sexologists. Lauren has a real passion for sexuality education as well as helping individuals or couples through a multitude of sexual difficulties and experiences. Lauren creates a warm and inviting space for clients to feel comfortable to share and be heard. All sessions are held within a judgement-free space, as Lauren welcomes all diverse sexualities and varying individual experiences. She also works with Body Safety Australia, a social enterprise protecting children from sexual abuse with whole community solutions. Lauren works with all genders, orientations and identities and offers a judgment-free, safe space for all beings. She is queer-friendly (LBGTIQ) and works with clients in any aspect of sex and sexuality. She believes that sex should be able to be discussed openly and that everyone deserves to have a pleasurable and enjoyable sex life. She specialises in sex education, and empowering individuals to be less goal- orientated and more pleasure orientated.
Clarke Rose is a Sexuality and Pleasure Coach for women and femmes. Originally from California, she moved abroad to study Gender, Sexuality and Society in Paris, France. In Paris, she started her own sexuality blog, Sex and Roses, where she conducted interviews and research, wrote personal pieces, and began to explore female pleasure on a deeper level.
Passionate about women’s sexual health, happiness and equality from a young age, she has had immense success with her clients. She works with women and femmes who want to expand their orgasmic ability, stop faking orgasms, become more comfortable in a masturbation practice, learn to communicate better about their needs in and out of the bedroom, bring pleasure into their everyday lives, learn new ways to masturbate, take back their power after sexual abuse or trauma, spice up their sex lives, and more!
Clarke has called many different kinds of places “home,” and because of this, she has a beautiful understanding of women and a compassionate comfortable presence that is felt by clients and friends alike. She is the woman you go to for the things you feel like you can not discuss with your regular therapist! Open, non-judgmental and kind, she aspires to lead women and femmes into sexual empowerment, helping them to step into their bodies with confidence, and own their erotic potential.
Jasmine is an experienced Sexologist and a level 2 registered Counsellor with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA). She also holds membership with the Society of Australian Sexologists (SAS) and has over seven years experience as a workplace coach.
Jasmine’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) and a Masters of HIV, STI’s and Sexual Health (Counselling).
Jasmine works with all genders, orientations and identities and offers a judgment-free, safe space for both couples and individuals. She specialises in a variety of sexual concerns, including vaginismus, premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. She works with clients around self-esteem, body image, anxiety and lack of desire.
Ensuring that her clients are comfortable and relaxed, Jasmine is queer-friendly (LBGTIQ) and works with clients in any aspect of sex and sexuality. She believes that sex should be able to be discussed openly and that everyone deserves to have a pleasurable and enjoyable sex life.
Tendai is a registered general psychologist with AHPRA and holds a membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the Society of Australian Sexologist (SAS).
Tendai is an experienced psychologist and works with clients who present with anxiety, depression, stress, grief and loss, life adjustment issues, relationship problems, sex and sexuality concerns.
Tendai understands talking about mental health or sex and sexuality can be overwhelming and therefore works from a place of compassion, empathy and positive regard. Tendai cares about what matters to you in your life and aims to offer an individualised and collaborative experience in your therapeutic journey. Tendai’s sessions are person-centred where the focus is on autonomy, building upon a client’s own capability and personal resources to achieve their therapeutic goals.
Tendai maintains a broad perspective and takes into consideration the impacts of social, biological and cultural influences. She integrates therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and positive psychology to help clients understand their struggles, address barriers and build on existing strengths. In addition, she is motivated to empower her clients to achieve greater self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-love as this is essential to healing, personal growth and living a well-rounded life.
It is important to her, that her clients feel at ease and have a safe space to talk through their difficulties. She offers a warm, non-judgmental, culturally sensitive, inclusive environment and works with couples, individuals, all genders, orientations and identities.
Meg is a warm and approachable sexologist. Her practice is versatile and multidisciplinary, combining counselling, coaching and comprehensive sexuality education.
Creative and client-focused in her sessions, Meg uses strengths-based approaches to support clients to safely navigate sex and relationships, and start enjoying more fulfilling sexual experiences. She understands there is no one-size-fits all approach to sex and sexuality, so draws upon her professional training in sexology, health promotion, and tantra to offer clients relevant and practical options.
Determined to create an open and positive dialogue about sexuality, Meg creates a safe space for people to talk openly about their sexual goals and challenges. She believes that healthy sexual communication and boundaries are key ingredients for a satisfying sex life, and specialises in helping clients take full responsibility for their sexual wellbeing and pleasure.
Meg is a member of the Society of Australian Sexologists and her qualifications include a Postgraduate Diploma of Sexology, Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion (Hons), and a Diploma of Youth-work. She is currently completing an Introductory Certificate in Embodied Counselling and Certificate of Sexological Bodywork with the Institute of Somatic Sexology later this year.
Meg works with individuals, couples, adults and young people. Her work is trauma-informed and inclusive of cultural, gender and sexual diversity.
Aleeya is a sexologist and fertility counsellor who is passionate about normalising the conversation around sex, pleasure and fertility. Aleeya has a special interest in working with LGBTQIA+ clients, as well as clients experiencing sexual issues relating to fertility and pregnancy. She holds a membership with the Society of Australian Sexologists (SAS) and Fertility Society of Australia (FSA.)
Aleeya’s qualifications include a Bachelor and Honours in Psychological Science, and a Masters in Sexual and Reproductive Health, specialising in psychosexual therapy and reproductive endocrinology.
Aleeya has a warm and intuitive therapeutic style and approaches each session by establishing her client’s individual goals and needs, supporting them to achieve their desired outcomes. She has worked as a group and individual therapist in a range of settings including drug and alcohol services, sexual health and community engagement.
Aleeya utilises a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness. She believes that everyone has the right to sexual pleasure and sex education, empowering individuals to make decisions that align with their values and beliefs.
Her passion is working with individuals and couples going through the fertility process, helping them have satisfactory sexual lives.
Clinical psychologist, Psychosexologist in training
Anna is a certified and registered clinical psychologist with a focus on sexuality (Masters in Clinical Psychology). She has received her sex therapy education at the University of Guelph in Canada (accredited by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists) and currently is in the process of obtaining her certificate as a clinical sexologist at the Contemporary Insitute of Clinical Sexology in the UK (accredited by the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists).
Anna’s counselling skills are backed up with profound scientific knowledge in the field of psycho sexuality. She is currently a PhD candidate, researching monogamy and non-monogamy. She is in the process of publishing her first scientific article based on the responses of 1700 people in monogamous, cheating and open relationships.
She regularly attends scientific conferences and is a member of various professional bodies:
– The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (USA)
– The European Federation of Sexology
– The Latvian Psychology Association
Anna is a true multinational – she grew up in Latvia, a small European country, studied and travelled all over the world, and currently shares her time between Cape Town, South Africa and Riga, Latvia, sometimes spending a couple of months in Rome, Stockholm or Tel Aviv.
While praising individuality, Anna believes in the power of the community. She volunteers at the Crisis Center hotline in Latvia and at The Counselling Hub in South Africa, helping pro bono those in acute need.
As a psychologist, Anna has a pluralistic approach to clinical sexology, understanding that a wide range of different factors, including cognitive, genetic, social, family and neurological, contribute to an individual’s sexuality. She works with all genders, sexual identities and relationship arrangements. She is experienced in assisting couples to negotiate their monogamy/non-monogamy agreements, helping individuals and couples to address sexual concerns, desire discrepancies, explore sexual fantasies and other sexual questions. Anna also works with trauma related to sexual abuse.
Anna’s soft demeanour and voice are very soothing and welcoming. Anna has a lovely Russian-Latvian accent to her English. She is easy to relate to, non-judgemental and sex-positive.
Sara is a registered nurse with AHPRA, gaining her Bachelor of Science (Nursing) in Dublin, Ireland. She is also a qualified psycho sexologist (Masters of Science in Medicine – Sexual and Reproductive Health)
Sara has a clinical background in Men’s Health and is passionate about opening the conversation around sexuality in men. Having worked for many years in Men’s Health (both in Australia and Europe), it became clear that there was a huge lack of knowledge among people regarding their sexual health. She is passionate about furthering the education of people and the community about how common issues with sexuality and sexual functioning are.
Sara looks to create a safe and confidential space for clients to discuss their concerns, including erectile functioning and premature ejaculation, and to work with them in seeking outcomes that will bring meaningful change in their lives.
Sara has worked for many years with men with issues of sexual function, including older men and couples and the trans community (F2M).
Sara’s approach to therapy is ensuring that every client is looked after with time and care, making certain that every individual is treated as unique, and therapy is customised to their individual circumstance. Sara prides herself on providing a holistic and collaborative approach with each client.
Asha (B.Psych, GDip-Sexology) is a sexologist with a background in Psychology.
As a mother, Asha has an understanding and special interest for helping those who experience the various, and complex sexual difficulties related to pregnancy and parenthood.
Asha’s approach to her clients is one of unconditional positive regard, open-mindedness, and encouragement of sexual empowerment.
Asha is relatable, down to earth, compassionate, and understanding. She believes every individual is unique in their desires, experiences, views, and ideologies regarding sexuality, and in turn deserve a unique and personal approach to therapy.
Asha is comfortable working with people of all ages, backgrounds, and identities.
Sarah (she/her) is a sexologist with several years’ experience providing sex-positive, sexual and
reproductive health education to communities, with a focus on those from a migrant or refugee
background. Her work is founded on gender equity, intersectional feminism and social justice.
Sarah’s sessions are affirmative and inclusive of all genders, orientations and sexual identities.
With a warm and down to earth approach, Sarah holds space for clients to openly discuss their thoughts
and experiences without judgment. She works collaboratively with people to support them in exploring
their sexuality, understanding and communicating their needs, prioritising pleasure and helping them
feel confident to honestly express themselves.
Specialising in sex education, Sarah has worked with a range of communities, including people with a
disability and at-risk young people. She believes in a trauma-informed, strengths-based approach, which
centres clients’ needs and acknowledges the importance of being informed about their bodies, sexuality
Sarah’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and a Graduate Diploma in
Chelsea is a qualified sexologist with a passion for the interplay between mental and sexual health, with an Undergraduate degree double majoring in Psychology, and a Masters degree in Sexology.
Chelsea has a natural affinity and inquisitiveness into all areas of sexuality, but her main interests and passions lay in the realms of queer sexuality, women’s empowerment and sexual liberation, tantra, kink, sexual well-being, young people, and pleasure.
She believes that sexuality is a core concept of our human psyche, and can be a positive, pleasurable, and almost euphoric experience and that all people should be able to understand, explore and embrace their sexuality, no matter their age, gender, cultural background, or sexual experience.
Chelsea is a student member of the Society of Australian Sexologists and works with patient-centred care at the forefront of her practice, aiming to give all her clients the same level of unconditional acceptance, openness, and compassion. She volunteers regularly with the WA Aids Council, and attends Leavers week in Dunsborough, as a safe sex angel every year, handing out condoms and educating young people on safe sex practices.
She believes that sex is an important, and innate, part of the human experience, and that everyone has the right to pursue their own pleasure and erotic joy, in a safe, sex-positive, light-hearted, and judgement-free space. She prides herself in her ability to weave professionalism and fun within her work, to help decrease the stigma around sex, and to instead empower all people to have open and honest conversations about their sex lives.