Scarborough Sex Therapist

  • Sex Therapist Scarborough

    Sex Therapist Perth

    She/they. MSexol. AdvDip Gestalt.

    Hart Centre Certified

    100% Trust and Satisfaction Guarantee In Relationship
    • Scarborough, WA
    Specialised Training
    • SAS – Toya Ricci: Decolonising Societal Sexual Expectations
    • PACFA – Relationship Institute Australasia: Gottman Level 1 and Gottman Level 2 Training
    • SAS – SECCA: Sexuality and Disability. SECCA App Training
    • PACFA – Kit Kline: Nature Based Therapy – Winter Gathering
    • Karen Triggs & SAS NSW: ADHD and Sexuality
    • Sessions Live with Esther Perel
    • SIPS: Sexology in Practice Symposium 2022
    • International Childhood Trauma Conference – Melbourne
    • Tanya Koens: Navigating Intimate Pain: When Sex Hurts
    • Emma Stewart: Genito Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder (GPPPD)
    • Tanya Koens: Desire Discrepancy: Libido & Sexual Expectations
    • SECCA: Sexual Aids and Disability
    • Patricia Rich: IFS Self Led Sexuality
    • Guest Speaker on Cairns FM 89.1 with Ella Shannon Evolution of Intimacy
    • Dr Stephanie Azri: Couples Therapy & Sexology
    • Institute of Somatic Sexology: Touch Ambassador- how to teach touch online
    • DV Alert: Multicultural Workshop
    • Diversity Focus Internship: developing an e-learning for allied healthcare providers to offer a more effective and culturally responsive practice regarding FDV (Family and Domestic Violence), AOD and Mental Health
    • Dr. Barry McCarthy: Enhancing Couple’s Intimacy After Infidelity
    • Betty Martin: The Wheel of Consent
    • Dr Sandra Pertot: Mismatched Libido
    • TEDx Perth: Love, Sex and Relationships
    Areas of Interest
    • Sexual difficulties (such as those relating to orgasm or ejaculation)
    • Mismatched libido
    • Desire discrepancies
    • Intimate pain
    • Intimacy
    • Relationship issues (including consensual non monogamy)
    • Gender and sexual identity
    • Culturally sensitive and responsive care
    • People living with neurodiversity, chronic illness and disabilities needing sex therapy and relationship support
    • Eco and Nature Based Therapy – even from the online space
    • Kink and LGBTQIA+
    Types of Therapy
    • Culturally Sensitive
    • Gestalt
    • Gottman Method
    • Humanistic
    • Integrative
    • Interpersonal
    • Multicultural
    • Person-Centred
    • Psychoeducation
    • Somatic
    • Trauma Focused
    About Therapist

    Our Hart therapist works as a person centred, trauma informed psychotherapist and sexologist to support her clients through life’s twists and turns. She focuses on a here and now, embodied approach that cultivates the connection between the mind-body.


    By reconnecting with the body’s responses to certain behavioural or environmental factors, she helps her clients make sense of their experiences on a deeper level. She supports her clients to bring about meaningful, positive change in their lives by helping them understand how their past is impacting their present.

    Understanding the sensitive nature surrounding topics of gender, sex and sexuality, she holds a safe space to work through difficult issues. She is easy to talk to, approaching her clients with warmth and a judgement free disposition. Her humanistic approach to therapy helps break down barriers, provide clients with the tools to communicate their needs and can reinforce key relationships in client’s lives.

    Our Hart therapist practices with the understanding that life changing therapy is a journey, not a cure-all or quick fix. All gendered, sexual, racial and cultural identities are welcome and will be respected.

    What are three strengths you have as a Psychologist/Counsellor?

    1. I work holistically, nurturing the relationship between the mind-body so that my clients can feel and process their emotions somatically as well as be able to communicate their experiences clearly. Not only does this help break down barriers in relation to others, it allows the client to understand themselves and their family/relationship dynamics more deeply.

    2. Being a trauma informed practitioner, I understand the necessity of creating a safe and confidential space for clients to freely express themselves. Clients can vocalise and work through the difficult and sensitive topics surrounding sex, gender and sexuality in a judgement-free setting.

    3. Working as a culturally sensitive and responsive practitioner. I provide a welcoming and respectful space for all gendered, sexual, racial and cultural identities.

    Parking & Accessibility

    On and off street parking nearby.

    Or to book an appointment, please call 1300 830 552