Confessions of a Sex Therapist
Research Finds More Women Wanting A Same Sex Affair: Turns Out More Women Are Turning To A Same Sex Affair When They Cheat
Article by By Pascale Day published 18/7/2016 in AskMen.com (Juliet was interviewed to contribute to this)
And we love it. We root for you lovebirds. We give you toasters and John Lewis vouchers and cash for your honeymoon as a token of our investment in your marriage. That ring is a symbol of your together-foreverness, but sometimes that ring ceases to mean a thing and, for whatever reason, one of you finds yourself in the midst of an affair.
With cheating becoming so easily accessible in the age of the app, choosing your ideal fuck-buddy is as easy as swiping right. So does this effortless formula for cheating inspire us to experiment with our sexualities? It seems so……
…..“It has been well established that women have more ‘erotic plasticity’ than men,” says Juliet Grayson, a sex and relationships therapist and author ofLandscapes of the Heart: The Working World Of A Sex and Relationship Therapist. “This means that once a man’s sexual orientation is fixed, then they tend to stay with it, whereas women are more likely to be open to changing their sexual orientation throughout their lifetime…. To read more click here
13 Embarrassing Penis Questions Answered
Article by Laura Mitchell and Sarah Buchanan Published 19th May 2016 in Daily Star (Juliet contributed to this article)
Is it big enough? Should it be that shape? And does it really shrink as you get older?
We’re sure you’re well acquainted with your own todger, but most men worry that their manhood isn’t normal at some point.
So we asked two experts all your embarrassing penis questions so you don’t have to.
From average penis size to warning signs of serious medical conditions,Lloyds Pharmacy Online medic Dr Tom Brett and sex therapist Juliet Grayson told us everything you should know about your schlong.
1. How big is the average penis erect and flaccid?
The average length of the erect penis is about 5.2 inches (13.2cm) in length and 4.6 inches (11.7cm) in circumference, and at normal temperatures a non-erect penis usually measures 3.6 inches (9.1cm) from tip to base and 3.7 (9.3cm) inches in circumference…..click here to read more
10 of your most embarassing sex questions answered
Article by Sarah Buchanan, published in the Daily Star on 13th May 2016. (Juliet contributed to this article)
It can be awkward to quiz your friends about what they get up to between the sheets and sometimes it’s better to let Google answer your burning sex questions.
But to make your life easier, we asked a qualified expert with more than 25 years experience to weigh in on all your embarrassing bedroom conundrums.
From finishing too quickly to faking orgasms, sex and relationship therapist Juliet Grayson answers everything you ever wanted to know about doing the dirty.
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Britain’s Leading Sexpert Lifts the Lid on some of the Oddest Cases She Has Encountered:
Article by Nadia Cohen, Published 15th May 2016 in The Sun Newspaper, centre page spread over 2 pages. Interview with Juliet Grayson
What It Is Really Like To Be a Sex Therapist:
Article by Lauren Franklin published in Marie Claire on 16th May 2016 (mentions PBSP) Interview with Juliet Grayson
Relationship Counselling Lessons: 17 things I have learned in 25 years as a sex therapist.
Article by Elysha Krupp based on an interview with Juliet Grayson, first published on Askmen.com on 4th May 2016
then later published as
17 things I’ve Learned as a Sex Therapist that Every Guy Should Know
Which Type of Partner Are You? The definitive guide right here. Landscapes of the Heart author Juliet Grayson has Loaded asking: which type are you? by Jack Beresford
While apps and online dating has made it easier to meet someone, actual relationships still regularly fall foul of the same niggling disagreements and arguments. However, one key step towards enjoying a healthier love life may be by first looking inwards.
Are you kind or cold? Selfish or selfless? Do you crave their company or seek more alone time?
For relationship therapist Juliet Grayson, author of Landscapes Of The Heart, we all fall into four specific categories when it comes to our behaviour in relationships: the Boss, the Loner, the Pleaser and the Self-Developer.
“The boss, the loner and the pleaser are all caught up in needing the other person to be in an emotionally balanced state in order to feel OK themselves,” she explains. “It’s called emotional fusion – when you’re caught up in what the other person thinks or feels rather than your own feelings. You don’t know you’re doing it but most people do.”
Here, Loaded examines her theory in more detail….
Published in Loaded online on 25th April 2016
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Therapist gives insight into relationships
short piece about the book launch
The Bristol Post on 21st April 2016
Confessions of a relationship therapist: Counsellor reveals what it’s REALLY like to be on the other side of the sofa (and yes, she does take sides) by Unity Blott
- Juliet Grayson has 25 years of experience as a counsellor and therapist
- She has written a candid account on what really goes on during sessions
- Reveals she cannot imagine living with one client’s ‘furious’ wife
- Her new book, Landscapes Of The Heart, is released on 23 April
In her 25 years of experience as a sex and relationship therapist, Juliet Grayson really has seen it all.
And now she has laid bare what really goes through her mind during the private sessions by giving a ‘therapist’s-eye view’ of couples’ therapy.
In her new book, Landscapes Of The Heart: The Working World Of A Sex And Relationship Therapist, Juliet takes readers into the hidden world of psychotherapy sessions based on real encounters….
Published in the Daily Mail (Femail) online on 22nd April 2016
Click here to read the full article, which includes an excerpt from the book Landscapes Of The Heart.
Also published in the Headline Daily News on April 22nd 2016
10th April 2016: Sex Therapists Reveals All. published in the Mirror online [Note to self from Juliet “Thank goodness I changed sufficient details, that my clients will not be recognised!!”]
Juliet Grayson gives advice on what we should all know – including that the average woman takes 20 to 40 minutes to get to full arousal. by James McCarthy
Sex therapist Juliet Grayson has shed light on the hidden world of her client’s minds. The 57-year-old became a sex therapist after deciding teaching horseriding was not for her. “Sometimes I will see couples together and sometimes I will see people in individual sessions and they won’t bring their partner at all,” Juliet, told . “I get to know them in a way that is unique. It’s a privileged and honoured position to have.” Here’s what she said about her career…..
Published in the Mirror online on 10th April 2016
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This is what it’s like to be a sex therapist by James McCarthy
NB This is almost the same article as above, published in Wales Online on 9th April 2016
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In the client’s chair: Exploring echoes of the past: by Rose Rouse
Rose Rouse describes her Pesso Boyden work with Juliet Grayson
I was a year into a new relationship and my previously ‘in control’ life had turned into a series of over-reactions. My partner had been on the uncomfortable receiving end of these escalations, which tended to occur within seconds. I ended up feeling guilty yet powerless to change this.
Published in Therapy Today: Volume 25 Issue 10 December 2014 click here to read the full article
Pesso Boyden Therapy: It’s the one that reaches the parts that others don’t. By Rose Rouse
About a workshop by Juliet Grayson. Published Natural Health Magazine November 2014 pp37-38 Click here to read the full article
Creating lives of Pleasure Meaning and Connectedness by Eve Menezes Cunningham
About a workshop run by Juliet Grayson. Published in Rapport Winter 2008/9 pp12-14. click above and turn to page 12 to read the full article
Couples Coaching with Juliet Grayson, by Eve Menenzes Cunningham
It’s normal to go through relationship problems. It’s abnormal to not. About couples coaching with Juliet Grayson. Published in Rapport Magazine, Autumn 2009 click here to read the full article
The Future of Trauma Work. Claire Pointon talks to Bessel van der Kolk, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Trauma Centre in Boston.
For Bessel van der Kolk, it is our bodies more than our minds that control how we respond to trauma. He talks about how he sees trauma work developing in the future. This is not about work with Juliet, but includes an important quote from Bessel van der Kolk about PBSP
Published in Therapy Today: May 2004 volume 15 issue 4 page10 click here to read the full article