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Dr Francois de Carufel:

Dr. de Carufel taught for over ten years in the Department of Sexology at the Université du Québec à Montréal, and now teaches in the Faculty of Psychology at the Université de Louvain in Belgium. He was chief editor of the journal Réalités en Gynécologie-Obstétrique/Sexologie published in Paris, and is currently clinical director of the Functional Sex Therapy Unit at the Waterloo Hospital in Belgium. Dr de Carufel is the author of “Premature Ejaculation: Theory, Evaluation and Therapeutic Treatment” (Routledge, 2016) which describes in detail the Functional Sex Therapy treatment of premature ejaculation. He is currently writing “Sexual Functionality” which will present the model of sexual functionality underlying Functional Sex Therapy.

For many years, Dr. de Carufel has given invited scientific presentations and training seminars at venues including the, Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, European Society for Sexual Medicine, and World Association for Sexual Health.


Dr Stuart Brody:

Dr. Brody was visiting professor at Charles University in Prague, having previously been Professor of Psychology at the University of the West of Scotland. He also conducted research at the Universities of Tübingen and Trier (Germany) and worked as a clinician in New York City. He is a Chartered Psychologist and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He has both a PhD in Clinical Psychology as well as a higher doctorate DSc in Psychology conferred by the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Dr. Brody is author of Sex at Risk (Transaction, 1997) and 190 publications in scholarly journals, and is a highly cited sex researcher. He currently provides sex therapy and sex psychology training and supervision for professionals, direct client consultations, and assessments for courts and police.


Sarah Calvert UKCP & COSRT:

Sarah is both an accredited Psychotherapist and a Psychosexual and Relationship therapist with a wide-ranging and in-depth clinical experience. She has substantial experience of working in NHS settings, both within primary care and hospital settings; most recently within the Psychosexual department at 56 Dean Street (Chelsea & Westminster Hospital). She is also a speaker on mental health issues within the corporate sector, has made contributions to the media on the impact of pornography and virtual reality pornography and is involved in running psychosexual training for professionals. Sarah’s private practice is based in central and south east London.