Krystal Woodbridge is the Director of Woodbridge Therapy Ltd. She is a qualified Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist. As an Accredited Member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT), and a former Trustee of COSRT, she is bound by their Code of Ethics and Principles. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and is on the Accredited Voluntary Register. Krystal is also a qualified nurse and is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
Krystal manages a team of qualified and experienced Psychosexual and Relationship Therapists, and also provides a placement opportunity to Trainee Psychosexual Trainee Therapists. This means that Low Cost Psychosexual and Couples Therapy is available via Woodbridge Therapy to clients who are on a low income.
Psychosexual therapy is a talking therapy, aimed at helping the individual or couple to better understand themselves sexually. This is achieved through in-depth discussion of the presenting issues and influencing factors, to enable them to work through their problems. Some of the common sexual problems that we help our clients with are: disability, sexual identity issues, low sexual desire, orgasmic difficulties, vaginismus, painful intercourse (dyspareunia), erectile difficulties, ejaculation problems, compulsive sexual behaviour (sometimes referred to as sex addiction), and fetish and paraphilia.
Taking the positive step of seeking help for these issues with a specialist Psychosexual Therapist can help you to:-
- Identify the problem more clearly
- Understand what may be causing the difficulty
- Help you to determine whether the problem could be emotional or physical (or both)
- Set goals and identify a therapy programme to help guide you through your issues
Couples Therapy can help you and your partner to:-
- Communicate more effectively
- Rebuild intimacy
- Re-establish trust
- Learn problem-solving skills
- Set relationship goals
- Move forward together
Speaking with a Gender Counsellor you may be able to:-
- Explore and gain greater understanding and clarity of your own or your partner’s gender identity
- Discover what it means to consider transition
- Gain clarity about the route to transition and the effect it may have on close family members, friends and work colleagues
- Make informed decisions about what you may wish to do