About Mo Kurimbokus
- I provide professional Counselling and Psychosexual therapy for individuals and couples from all cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds and sexual orientation.
- Over 27 years experience as a Counsellor.
Although my training is psychodynamic and systemic, I work eclectically with both my clients and supervisees. I am a fully qualified supervisor with both a Certificate and a Diploma in Supervision. I work with both trainees as well as qualified counsellors.
Counselling is a way to help you to make changes and choices with a clearer perspective. It does not involve giving advice or directing a client to take a particular course of action. Counsellors do not judge or exploit their client in any way.
Sexual problems can occur at any time in a person’s life, whether they are in a relationship or otherwise. Sexual problems may be longstanding, or related to more recent events. In exploring why the problem arose in the first place, psychosexual therapy treats the causes as well as the symptoms.
EMDR is a powerful psychological treatment method that was developed by an American clinical psychologist, Dr Francine Shapiro, in the 1980s.
My training, work experience and any achievement
- Postgraduate Diploma in Couple Therapy (University of East London)
- Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy (Relate Central, Rugby)
- Diploma in Supervision (Cambridge Supervision Training/ASIIP)
- Certificate in Advanced PractitionerTopics with Sex Offenders
(University of Lancashire)
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I am not crazy, why would I need counselling?
Life often throws challenges our way and sometimes things can get on top of us. At times like this we could do with a helping hand. Having someone to talk things over with, someone who will listen to any concerns that we may have, help us find a solution and generally supporting us through the difficult times is what counselling is all about – a problem shared is a problem halved.
Will anyone find out I am seeing a counsellor?
My private practice offers a safe, secure haven in which to address your concerns. Everything we discuss in our sessions is private and confidential. I will make brief notes in our sessions and I am the only person who will have access to these notes, which will be kept in a secure locked fire proof cabinet. I will not normally discuss your concerns with anyone other than my Supervisor unless I have reason to believe that someone, especially a child, is at risk of serious harm. However, there are also instances where I am legally bound to break confidentiality. I comply with the General Data Protection Regulation GDPR which came into force on 25th May 2018. Please see my full terms and conditions. for more details.
How many sessions will I need?
What each client brings is different, and what they need is also different, so to put a specific time on it is near impossible. This is something that we will negotiate between us. We might agree to work together for a few weeks (usually 4 or 6 weeks) and then review things. Should the counselling continue thereafter, there will be periodic reviews of that work.
What happens during a session in therapy?
The way I work is by asking you questions, and this helps me to listen to you and you can also learn by hearing yourself say something out loud. Sometimes counselling is called a “talking cure” and we can talk here about anything that may be concerning you at the moment. If I ask you something that you don’t want to answer, you don’t have to answer it. Often the public’s misconceptions of therapy, especially sex therapy, can be very different from what actually goes on in the room. At no time will you be examined physically or asked to remove your clothes, or to perform a sexual act. My sessions consists only of talking therapy.
Other concerns & issues I deal with
- Relationship Counselling
- Couples Therapy
- Online Talk Therapy
- Psychosexual Therapy
- Life Coaching
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