About Yvette Wass Therapy
Relationship counselling in Doncaster or online can help with issues around trust, communication, conflict around roles and responsibilities, intimacy issues to name but a few. It can also be helpful for clients struggling with the end of a relationship or worrying about having a relationship. There is no magic wand of course but counselling can help to gain clarity on your situation, consider coping strategies and explore ideas for change. It is amazing how talking more honestly and openly can really help with feeling more connected and/or empowered.
Where there are specific sexual difficulties then sex therapy is also available face to face in Doncaster or online and can help with the following: sexual avoidance and fears of intimacy, loss of sexual interest and sexual desire, erectile difficulties, painful sex (vaginismus/dyspareunia), fear of sex, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, sexual abuse, sexual trauma and arousal/orgasmic difficulties. Counselling for couples affected by sex addiction/sexual compulsive behaviours can also be offered.
Counselling for emotional eating behaviours is a separate counselling service provided by Yvette Wass and incoporates a 10 week programme that is incoporates a range of tools, exercises and self reflection. Yvette offers therapy in person at her private practice in Doncaster and also online.
Who will be my therapist?
Yvette Wass is a COSRT Accredited Relationship and Sexual Psychotherapist based in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, who has been ‘Relate’ trained with a Masters in Relationship Therapy and a Postgrad Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy. She is a Registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and an Accredited member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT). Yvette holds a counselling Certificate in Emotional Eating Behaviours and is constantly updating her professional skills through continuous professional development courses and holds full professional civil liability insurance.
Costs for therapy are as follows (based on one hour sessions):
- Face to face counselling at St Catherine’s House, Woodfield Park, Tickhill Road, Doncaster - £55 per appointment (couple or individual)
- Webcam and Telephone counselling - £45
- Scheduled Live Chat -£40
- Email counselling -£40 per email exchange (equivalent to a one hour appointment in each counsellor response)
If you have any initial questions before booking an appointment, please use the message facility on this page or contact Yvette by email or phone.
Ways to access therapy
Some people prefer the face to face element and meet Yvette in person, at her therapy room in Doncaster where they feel more engaged in therapy and open to the wider forms of communication – body language, facial expressions and to meet the therapist in person. It can also help with encouraging familiarity and comfort with talking about relationship issues or sexual intimacy which can really help with building openness in a relationship. There is something also about meeting in a neutral setting that avoids the distractions of family or working life.
For others, telephone counselling or webcam counselling can be helpful if you can allocate a quiet and private space to talk. It can be particularly helpful if transport, mobility, family commitments or location is a factor. Similarly, email counselling or scheduled online live chat offers the same benefits of convenience and clients enjoy the anonymity, often feeling less inhibited to talk about their personal issues. Please see counselling services for more details on these options.
Please go to the booking page to book your first appointment. You can also use the message facility on the bottom of this page if you require any further information or can contact Yvette by phone or email.
Data Protection and Confidentiality
Information that is recorded as part of therapy is kept confidential and stored securely from a data protection point of view. Client casework is discussed with the therapist’s clinical supervisor to ensure that clients are receiving the best possible service and to ensure that the therapist is acting professionally and ethically.
Confidentiality will be discussed in greater detail at the initial assessment stage.
Professional Code of Ethics
Your therapist is committed to embracing the ethical standards and codes of good practice endorsed by the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy (COSRT) and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).