SEX THERAPY BY A CLINICALLY ACCREDITED SEX THERAPIST AND RELATIONSHIP / COUPLE COUNSELLOR IN BRISBANE
For couples & individuals dealing with intimacy/sexuality issues and relationship concerns.
Phone and Skype sessions available.
Jocelyn holds the unique combination of being both a Clinical Sexologist and Relationship Therapist, having a Certificate in Sexual Reproductive Health, a Graduate Diploma in Couple Therapy and a BA of Nursing.
Jocelyn Klug is an Accredited Clinical Psychosexual Therapist Member of the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd (SAS), and a Clinical Member of the Australian Association of Family Therapists (AAFT). Jocelyn adheres to both Society’s Code of Ethics and Practice.
Jocelyn is a recognised leader in the field of Clinical Sexology in Australia, she is past chair of the Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd 2012-2014, was formerly Queensland's state branch president from 2008-2013 and Vice President of the Australian Society of Sex Educators, Researchers and Therapists National 2009-2012. She was an Australian representative for the Asia Oceania Federation of Sexology.
Jocelyn is regularly invited to speak at events held nationally and internationally to both professional and community organisations and is involved in education of fellow health professionals.
Sexual pleasure is a basic human right. No matter a person's sexual identity or gender identity, every one should have access to factual evidence-based sexuality education that fosters sexual confidence and helps achieve positive change in regards to sexual issues.
With an integrated, systemic and solution-focused approach, Jocelyn is able to help assist individuals' and couples who are experiencing relationship and/or sexual difficulties and dysfunctions. Some issues such as desire discrepancy are common to both males and females, whilst others can be divided by sex.
Male / Female
Compulsory Pornography use. Painful Intercourse (dyspareunia)/ Vaginismus
Erectile dysfunction Sexual arousal disorders Sexual Desire/ Arousal / Orgasmic difficulties
Premature/ delayed ejaculation Mismatched Libidos
Orgasmic difficulties Gender identity / sexual identity
Desire/ arousal difficulties
Gender identity/ sexual identity
IT TAKES TWO
Love [...] is a constant challenge; it is not a resting place, but a moving, growing, working together.
The Art of Loving (2013), Eric Fromm
Conflict and difficulty arise in the majority of relationships. Communication breakdowns and feelings of sexual unfulfillment, can lie at the heart of couples’ feelings of uncertainty and/or ambivalence about their relationship. Are you a couple experiencing:
compulsive sexual behaviour (cyber sex/ pornography)
fear of intimacy
differences in values/ interests
or seeking pre-marital counselling
Love is not a resting place; it is constantly in flux - and thus a challenge that requires respect, openness and perseverance. Love between two individuals is a constant decision to reconnect and chose each other.
Jocelyn welcomes both heterosexual and same-sex couples to her LGBTIQ friendly practice.
Hours of Practice
Monday's and Wednesday's 8.30am-7.30pm
Phone or Skype: Tuesday's and Thursday's