How To Talk To Your Partner About Sex

Woodbridge Therapy's, Director Krystal Woodbridge, was in the Guardian on Saturday, discussing how you can talk to your partner about sex. “Woodbridge agrees: “People believe they have the power to give another person an orgasm – they don’t. If you take ownership of your own orgasm, it’s within nobody’s power to “not” give you one.” [...]

How To Admit You’ve Been Faking Orgasms

Faking Orgasms(!) Great to be featured in an article by Refinery29 about this. "If you’re finding it difficult to unpick, or feel it’s the result of internalised sexual shame or past/present trauma, you might want to seek help from a qualified therapist. The College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists(COSRT) website has a directory where you [...]

How Netflix show Sex Education has reignited a conversation about sex therapy

Woodbridge Therapy's Director, Krystal Woodbridge​ is featured in the Evening Standard today :) “It’s a bit like the Fifty Shades effect,” says psychosexual therapist Krystal Woodbridge, speaking about the new Netflix show Sex Education. Instead of promoting an interest in whips and canes, however, this show brings to the fore problems that arise around sex [...]

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The truth about the midlife sex surge, for men and women

Today I am featured in The Times, discussing whether men and women really do experience a decline in sexual desire in midlife. The new BBC Drama Wanderlust, about a long term couple who struggle to feel passion with each other, raises issues that many couples can relate to. In this interview I discuss this topic [...]

Glasgow Herald: Sex and Dementia

I was really honoured to be featured in the Glasgow Herald recently about a very important issue: sex and dementia. Care Scotland recently launched a press release on this difficult area, and they are advocating for more support for people with dementia who wish to express their sexuality. "THE College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists [...]

What to do if you struggle to orgasm

I was recently featured again in Netdoctor on something that frequently affects clients who come to see me - inability to orgasm. Krystal Woodbridge, a psychosexual and relationship therapist at the College of Sexual Relationship Therapists (COSRT) says: "Difficulty in having an orgasm is actually a really common thing and something I see lots of [...]

Is Porn Ruining Your Love Life?

I was recently interviewed for Take a Break magazine, on pornography and how its use can impact relationships. In the article I discuss how porn use can either be damaging to relationships, and also how it can enhance a couples' sex life. Read the full article by clicking on the link below:-  

My Husband Has Been Arrested for Voyeurism – What Should I Do?

I'm in today's The Guardian, discussing the very difficult issue of voyeurism. "I spoke to Krystal Woodbridge, an experienced sexual and relationship therapist (cosrt.org.uk). She was keen to know if your husband was “working with a specialist [with regard to the therapy] because this is very important, especially when dealing with sexual urges which take [...]

8 things women should know about vaginal dryness

I was recently featured in netdoctor, talking about the most common reasons women experience vaginal dryness, and importantly, what you can do about it. "The menopause isn't the only cause of vaginal dryness", says Krystal. "Anything that basically affects the hormone levels can temporarily cause vaginal dryness, such as childbirth and breastfeeding. Anxiety and stress, [...]

Are ‘Procreation Vacations’ simply another fertility tourism scam?

I was fortunate enough to be featured in another article for The Telegraph recently, all about whether fertility vacations, or "procreation vacations" are the key to success whilst trying to conceive. Krystal Woodbridge, a psychosexual therapist, registered nurse and trustee of the College of Sexual & Relationship Therapists (COSRT) was open to the value of holistic treatments [...]