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Lorraine Bacon
Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist / ATP Therapist
Lorraine Bacon

Lorraine Bacon

Lorraine Bacon is a psychosexual & relationship therapist, using the integrative & clinical approach, as well as CBT and Mindfulness, working with either individuals or couples. She is also an Addiction Treatment Programme (ATP) therapist and has experience working with addiction, issues with intimacy, sexual dysfunction, communication breakdown, sexuality, fetish and betrayal, as well has experience working with a range of psychological issues and emotional difficulties, such as depression, anxiety, trauma and abuse.

Lorraine is fully accredited by the College of Sexual & Relationship Therapists (COSRT), also a full member of the British Association of Counselling & psychotherapy (BACP) and the Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners (FDAP). Lorraine abides by their code of ethics.


  • BA (hons) Degree Counselling Studies & Mental Health, Colchester Institute
  • Post graduate Dip HE Psychosexual & Relationship Therapy, London Diploma, Kingscross
  • BA (hons) Degree Counselling Studies & Mental Health
  • Post graduate Diploma Psychosexual & Relationship Therapy

I am a qualified and experienced Accredited Therapist, with a wide range of experience, working within an addiction charitable run organisation, private practice, voluntary sector and residential rehabilitation treatment programme. I have a special interest and qualifications in Psychosexual & Relationship Therapy.

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