About Our Liverpool Sex Therapy Rooms
Our Liverpool therapy room is within Liverpool L2.
This is a large multi-functional building with a reception area. The nature of the business is kept private to safeguard all clients. The business is unidentifiable and the building staff do not know the nature of your appointment. CCTV is in operation.
Evening appointments available but highly sought.
Parking is available around the building.
About the Therapist
Jane Warding-Smith DipCP PGDipPST MISSC Registered Member MBACP
Accredited Psychosexual Consultant.
Jane has a wealth of experience working with couples from diverse backgrounds and with a variety of Sexual and Relationship issues. This includes Private Practice, NHS, Relate and the voluntary sectors. She is a fully qualified Therapeutic Psychotherapist and a fully qualified Clinical Psychosexual Therapist. Full practitioners insurance and Supervision is also in place.
All professional memberships are current and include the following:
- Member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity
- Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Member of the International Society for Sexuality and Cancer
- Member of the Association of Independent Practitioners
- NHS visiting Consultant
- Harley Street Practitioner
- Professional speaker
- Media advisor
- Ex NHS professional of 22 years
- Ex Macmillan Professional
- Degree in Psychotherapy
- Post graduate Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy
- Accredited Diploma in Sex Addiction
- Diploma in Clinical Supervision
- EMDR (Current)
All psychosexual therapists must undertake at least 5 years training; it is important you check your therapist has these qualifications along with professional memberships and professional insurance. Please click here for further clarification on qualifications required.
Theoretical integration is used within Jane Warding-Smith’s work. As a Therapeutic Psychotherapist the theoretical approach is Rogerian (person centred) however Psychosexual work has a cognitive behavioural approach which also incorporates systemic and psychodynamic thus making the work integrative. This is much more solution focused and task based and prevents a ‘one theory fits all’ approach.