Do you have a male/female counsellor available?

Coronavirus Update

In light of the current situation regarding the Coronavirus, COVID-19, we are now offering online or telephone counselling in place of face-to-face sessions. Moving to virtual meetings means that our counsellors will continue to be able to provide support during this extraordinary crisis. If you want to make an appointment, please email enquiries@counselling-matters.org.uk or call us on 0151 329 3637. We will do our best to help.



Yes, we have both male and female counsellors but all our counsellors have a broad experience of counselling both men and women.


All our counsellors are familiar with such issues as:
  • family issues
  • emotional, physical or sexual abuse
  • relationship problems and domestic violence
  • sex addiction and the use of pornography
  • high and low-libido, painful sex, vaginismus
  • erectile dysfunction
  • menstrual difficulties / phobia
  • self-image / body / weight issues

While it is natural to feel that you may be able to communicate better with someone of a particular gender, opposite gender therapists can be very beneficial at helping you see the other side of a situation. Some female clients may be wary of seeing a male counsellor and vice-versa, but then find it to be very helpful.