Pesso Boyden System Psychotherapy

Juliet is one of the most experienced practitioners of PBSP in the UK, and offers PBSP therapy in groups and in one-to-one sessions.

Those facing terminal illness

Juliet works with people who have been given a life limiting diagnosis, to help them come to terms with this and make the most of the time they have available.

Relationship and Sexual Issues

Juliet specialises in relationship and sexual problems of all kinds. If you like it’s marriage guidance counselling, but you don’t need to be married, or need to be straight, to benefit. She works with both individuals, and couples. Her approach combines the Behavioural Systems method, which was devised at the Maudsley Hospital, with techniques from Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and the Pesso-Boyden System Psychomotor (PBSP). The work often involves two strands:
1) talking and verbal exploration during the session, with
2) specific tasks to be completed as homework in between.

Examples of sexual issues clients bring

Relationship problems
Arguing and aggression
Can’t live together, can’t live apart
Fear of intimacy
Fear of commitment
Communication difficulties
Family problems
Dealing with differences
Incompatible sexual drives
Money problems
Divorce and more
Sexual problems
Problems with erections
Loss of desire
Low libido
Lack of arousal
Pain during intercourse
Difficulty with orgasm
Divorce and separation
Sexual dissatisfaction
Sexual addictions
Sexual phobias
Performance anxiety
Premature ejaculation
Retarded ejaculation
Confusion about sexuality
Transgender issues
Unusual sexual practices
Vaginismus (muscular spasm of the vagina) and more

Sexually Inappropriate Behaviour

Juliet works with people who have sexually inappropriate behaviour, including those who have crossed the line into illegal behaviour, or fear committing a sexual offence.  She co-founded StopSO: The Specialist Treatment Organisation for Perpetrators and Survivors of Sexual Offences and was chair from 2012-2019.  For resources and more information see www.sexuallyinappropriatebehaviour.org