Bima Loxley is Queer Sex and Relationship Therapist registered with the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT). As well as her therapy qualification she is also a trained Sex Educator, a Masters student in Relational Therapy and a Cruse Bereavement  volunteer.She has a great passion for removing the stigma and taboo around sex; always trying to create a safe space where people can talk freely about their pleasures, desires, fears and issues within the topic.

Diversity inclusion is Bima’s work! Many of her interests lie with helping LGBTQIA+ folk, recognising the individuality in everyone, thus her approach is: no one size fits all. This means her therapy is contemporary and humanistic; her goal is to work collaboratively with her clients so they maintain their autonomy and feel empowered in and out of sessions. Bima can also help couples and polycules with most issues, for example: conflict management, infidelity, differences in libido, relationship check ins, life changes. She works with all sexual function problems that involve pleasure or pain; sexual and relational trauma; other sexual, sexuality or gender concerns and recognises the high anxiety and low moods that may come along with these.

She hopes to create a better understanding of sex, so that everyone can seek and find their pleasure potential.

Bima also runs her own sex education Instagram page (@loxleysexology), which will give you a feel of her style and teachings over here at LCC.

Training, qualifications & experience:-

  • MA in Contemporary Relational Studies (Student)
  • PgDip in Clinical Sexology – Psychosexual & Relationship Therapy
  • Level 4 Foundation Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapy
  • ACET Accredited Sex Educator
  • Cruse Bereavement Volunteer

Bima can help with:

Anger Management

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Compulsive Behaviours and Dependency

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Insomnia and Sleep Issues

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