I feel trapped in the small town my partner loves

Woodbridge Therapy's Director Krystal Woodbridge was featured in the Guardian again recently, giving advice to a reader who had a question about their relationship and their struggles with forming a secure attachment. "Woodbridge explained that if we grow up with quite ambiguous attachments, we might become overly self-reliant; then the moment we become involved too [...]

By |2019-03-22T13:09:44+00:00March 22nd, 2019|Couples therapy|0 Comments

My Husband’s Illnesses Have Ruined Our Sex Life

I was featured in The Guardian recently on a really difficult issue - how illness has affected the sex life of one couple:- Ten years ago, my husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Up to that point, we had a very loving marriage. Post-op, it took us seven difficult months to get back to having [...]

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 [...]

“My Husband Refuses to Address His Low Libido”

I was recently featured in The Guardian, for an article on low libido and its impact on a relationship. "One of the biggest lies we’re sold as women is that men have insatiable sexual appetites that we can’t keep up with. That’s certainly not the case...." Click on the logo below to read the full [...]

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 [...]

How to say no to being a bridesmaid!

I was recently interviewed for InStyle Magazine, on how to use communication skills that I regularly teach couples, to say no to being a bridesmaid! "...relationship coach Krystal Woodbridge agrees with me, that you can say no and keep your relationship intact. It’s all about how you pitch it and how you follow up. Here’s [...]

By |2017-08-23T16:16:45+00:00August 23rd, 2017|Communication, Marriage, Media, women|0 Comments

How to build trust and confidence if you’ve experienced a bad relationship

I was featured again recently in an article for Netdoctor, talking about how to learn to re-build trust in your relationship. Click on the link below to read the article below to find out how:-

By |2017-08-14T12:53:16+00:00August 14th, 2017|Communication, Couples therapy, Marriage, Media|0 Comments

Women and Porn

I was recently interviewed for the Daily Mail for an article about women who are addicted to pornography.   "......psychosexual counsellor Krystal Woodbridge, of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, insists that, when used in moderation and within a loving relationship, porn can benefit some women. ‘For some, it enhances their intimacy with their [...]

Why Do Rich Girls Love Bad Boys?

I was recently interviewed for The Sunday Times for an article about why rich women are often attracted to men who have reputations as "bad boys". "Krystal Woodbridge, a psychosexual and relationship therapist, explains the desire to mix up your identity. "If you're a rich girl brought up to conform to the expected norms in [...]

What happens when you find the idea of sex daunting

I was interviewed recently for netdoctor on what to do if you find intimacy difficult. "According to Krystal Woodbridge, a psychosexual therapist at the College of Sexual Relationship Therapists (COSRT), finding sex intimidating can be centred around body image issues, especially for women, and how they perceive their partner wants them to look." "Many women also [...]