Meet James Earl
James Earl, MSW, PdDip, BA Hons (Mddx), CQSW, is a relationship and psychosexual therapist and individual psychotherapist. He is excited to be part of a dynamic new team promoting a holistic approach to mental and physical well-being.
James specialises in improving communication, restoring desire and intimacy, and helping with sexual problems. He works individually with clients to pioneer inspirational new approaches to anxiety, depression, OCD, addiction, anger, and trauma, outlined in several award-winning animations produced in conjunction with an Anglo-American film company.
Recent media appearances include articles for Newsweek and an interview by Mariela Frostrup for Times Radio. He is also the relationship columnist for the Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine.
Background and Education
James has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Sussex, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Relationship Therapy from Relate, and is about to complete his Professional Certificate in Psychosexual Therapy.
James taught philosophy for many years at Richmond American University. He has also been a successful jazz musician: he was the resident jazz pianist at The Ivy Restaurant in London and headlined the famous Jazz Café with his trio.