Welcome

Margaret Ramage

margaret@margaretramage.com                     07977 493 667

I have been a therapist specialising in sexual and relationship work since 1976, and have experience of a wide range of people and problems.

My professional career started in nursing at Guy’s Hospital. I then worked as a Family Planning Nurse, where my interest in sexuality and sexual problems developed. I decided to train as a sexual and relationship therapist in 1976.
Since 1981, I have taught others to become therapists, and have supervised many students, beginning therapists, and experienced colleagues.

Coming from a background in nursing gave me a special understanding of the medical/physical aspects of sexual problems and their management, and familiarity with the current advances in neuroscience have helped in understanding why we do what we do from the emotional and psychological perspectives.

I trained in Family Therapy which gave a wider range of ideas for helping couples to get over problems together. It also gave me an appreciation of family matters and how much they affect sex and relationships. This has been deepened by later training in working with family constellations, where spiritual elements of human relationship and their mystery can be explored and hidden dynamics uncovered.
I have also received specialist training in working with trauma, and in online work, and have gathered a lot of different ideas on this long journey.

What all the above means now is that I can offer a range of different ideas and approaches to therapy, finding the method that works best for any individual or couple. If I think I can’t help. I will do my best to refer on to somebody who can.

2 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Good Day,
    I wanted some information on : Blockage on sex.
    My boyfriend of 2 years has a hard time when it comes to sex. He caught his ex wife cheating on him. So i figured he has a lack of trust now with me considering his past. Is there any articles when I could read up on this to help me out. I am sad and he knows about this situation. As soon as he approaches me sexually it fails. I love him so much but cant go own with this. I love to pleasure him but would be nice to receive at times.
    Thank you in advance for your help in this matter.
    Monica

    1. Hello Monica, There are a lot of books on Re-kindlng Sexual Desire and dealing with lack of trust, it would be easy for you to find something that you think will help. This is not an uncommon situation, but may be more complicated that at first it seems, in which case talking with a therapist or counsellor who specialises in this field might be a good idea.

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