Suzanne Lunn

Suzanne Lunn

Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist

07873 855680

[email protected]

About Me

I am a qualified Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist, registered with the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT). I have a post-graduate diploma in clinical sexology and relationship therapy and a foundation certificate in counselling skills and practice from the Contemporary Institute for Clinical Sexology (CICS). I also have a Bachelors degree in English and American Literature (University of Warwick) and an Executive Masters degree in Public Policy (London School of Economics).

I spent more than 20 years working in education and social care policy and public sector leadership, management and coaching before training as a specialist psychotherapist. I have extensive experience working with senior politicians and business leaders and understand the pressures of high profile and demanding jobs on individuals and their relationships. I have also worked as a psychosexual therapist for the charity, Controlling Chemsex, and for the South West London Sexual Health service (NHS) before moving into private practice.

How I Work

I offer a confidential, warm, empathic and non-judgemental space to explore your problems and help you work towards feeling happier. I am trained in a pluralistic approach to talking therapy and draw on psychodynamic, CBT, mindfulness, attachment and trauma-informed psychological theories and practices to help you achieve your goals. I identify as a heterosexual woman and practise in an LGBTQ+ affirmative and kink-friendly way. I work with adult individuals in one-to-one therapy and with intimate partners in couples therapy.

The specific issues that I can help with include:

  • Relationship problems – including communication difficulties; loss of intimacy; loneliness; dating challenges; recovery from infidelity
  • Contemplating and navigating separation or divorce
  • Negotiating non-monogamy/open relationships
  • Sexuality, gender, erotic and relationship identity concerns including specific sexual interests (BDSM, kinks and fetishes)
  • Compulsive sexual or romantic behaviours (sometimes known as “sex addiction” or “love addiction”)
  • Recovery from chemsex and building confidence in sober sex
  • Problematic use of pornography
  • Low sexual desire
  • Low self-esteem, anxiety and body image issues 
  • Recovery from sexual trauma, assault and non-current childhood sexual abuse
  • Erection problems and premature or delayed ejaculation 
  • Inability to orgasm
  • Painful vaginal or anal intercourse and penetration problems

Availability and Fees

Please see my website and contact me directly for further information.