Kirstie-McEwan
Kirstie-McEwan

Kirstie is a registered member of BACP. She is a former trustee of COSRT. She previously represented COSRT on the national Memorandum of Understanding on Conversion Therapy group. She has undertaken further specialist training with Pink Therapy to work with sexual and gender diversity, an area of therapy which is of particular importance to her in relation to her own life experience.

Kirstie is a core faculty member of the Diploma in Clinical Sexology offered by the Contemporary Institute of Clinical Sexology where she teaches Gender and Sexual Diversity.

In addition to being a general therapist she is a qualified Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist.

Kirstie utilises an Integrative approach, drawing on her awareness of various therapeutic modalities and adapting these to suit the individual client’s need. She works with individuals and couples whatever their sexuality or gender.

Kirstie is registered with Pink Therapy and has undertaken additional training in working with the essentials of gender and sexual diversity.  She has personal and comprehensive knowledge of the transgender community and is aware that transgendered people deal with the same day-to-day problems as everyone else irrespective of their specific transgender needs. She is also aware of the issues that family and friends of transgendered people face and believes that her own experience in this area will be of benefit to others.

Training, Qualifications & Experience

  • The London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy
  • Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (QCF) – Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB)
  • Certificate in The Essentials of Gender and Sexual Diversity Therapy – Pink Therapy

Kirstie can help with:

Vaginismus

Vaginismus Vaginismus means you have difficulties in being penetrated by any object such as a finger, tampon, dildo, or allowing [...]

Sexual Identity Issues

Sexual Identity Issues Sometimes, you as an individual, or those around you, may experience confusion or difficulty in understanding your [...]

Sex and Disabillity / Illness

Sex and disability – Health problems, lifelong disability or acquired disability can impact enormously on your personal and sexual relationships. [...]

Painful Intercourse – dyspareunia

Painful Intercourse (dyspareunia) Both men and women can experience pain through intercourse. Women can experience painful intercourse when they are [...]

Orgasmic Difficulties

Orgasmic Difficulties Many individuals – both men and women – experience orgasmic difficulties, whether that be having difficulty achieving an [...]

Low Sexual Desire – Lack of Libido

Low Sexual Desire – Lack of Libido This is a very common sexual difficulty. Loss of desire can either be [...]

Fetish & Paraphilia

Fetish & Paraphilia Sexual fetishism, or erotic fetishism is defined as the sexual arousal a person receives from a physical [...]

Erectile Difficulties

Erectile Difficulties Erectile difficulties means that you have difficulty in obtaining and maintaining an erection, which makes penetration difficult or [...]

Ejaculation Problems

Ejaculation Problems Early (“premature”) ejaculation means that you have not yet learnt to control the ‘point of inevitability’ – the sign [...]

Compulsive Sexual Behaviour

Compulsive Sexual Behaviour  Previously known as "sex addiction", the more accurate term “compulsive sexual behaviour” is used to describe the [...]