About Matt Davies Relationship Therapy
Matt Davies MSc. UKCP, MBACP (Accred), UKAHPP (Accred), COSRT, ISSM Sex & Relationship Therapy, Psychotherapy, Counselling I thought I would never need therapy. I was happy as a company director and had plans for my career. But life had other things in store. Now, decades later, I can say therapy changed me, my relationships and my life for the better. I am a qualified sex & relationship therapist, psychotherapist and counsellor, having trained with Relate and internationally renowned Tavistock Relationships in London. I use the term ‘therapy’ for everything I offer, but there are differences. Counselling is more topical and for shorter duration, while psychotherapy has more depth and scope and is often longer term. Sex and relationship therapy is for couples and individuals who want to focus on the quality of an intimate relationship or sexual concerns. Therapy with me, either as a couple or an individual, is a space for enquiry and curiosity. It’s a vantage point outside your normal activity to review your life and coping strategies and reflect on patterns in your thinking, feelings and behaviour. It’s an opportunity to explore new ways of being and confront fears that are holding you back from fulfilling your potential in life, love, sex and relationships. Couples come to resolve conflicts or explore life questions and transitions, such as when their relationship has been stressed by work, family, illness, addictions, bereavement or affairs, or when there’s been a breakdown in communication. Sometimes the sexual relationship is problematic for one or both partners. I have clinics in London and Sussex. For further information please visit: www.amattdavies.com or email: email@example.com or call: 07958 683 633 for an initial conversation. All contact is treated in the strictest of confidence. I adhere to the stringent ethical standards of my regulatory organisations of United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT) and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).