Associates:

Graham White

Dr Graham White is an experienced medical doctor with the NHS. He is currently Senior Partner at the Braesview Medical Group, Polmont, Scotland. From 1997 until 2003, Graham was the director of the Faldoc OOH Co-op.

Graham spends time listening carefully to patients' needs, making referrals and offering general medical guidance to improve physical and mental health.


John McEleney

John has a post graduate diploma in housing studies from Glasgow University. He has corporate membership of the Chartered Institute of Housing and is bound by their Code of Ethics and Standards.

John has experience developing training packs and tailored strategies for effective learning outcomes.


Jacob Jacobson

I researched sexuality and applied psychoanalysis for my doctorate and was awarded magna cum laude by the Freie Universität Berlin. I have diplomas in psychosexual therapy and relationship counselling and have extensive training and experience working with sexual addiction and compulsive internet porn abuse. For over thirty years I have been delivering workshops and lectures for various organisations throughout the world. I work in a non-judgmental way and am committed to making counselling as comfortable as possible for the client.

Professional organisations:

  • Full Member of the Society of Expert Witnesses
  • Member of the International Association for Forensic Psychotherapy
  • Founder Member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity (ATSAC)
  • Fully accredited member of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT) and am bound by its Code of Ethics and Practice
  • Fully accredited clinical supervisor of COSRT
  • London Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • Member of the National Organisation for the Treatment of Abusers
  • Lecturer for the London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Counselling, London
  • Former Member of the Ethics Committee of COSRT
  • Former member of the Professional Standards Board of the COSRT
  • Former Education and Training Officer at Thaddeus Birchard and Associates (now the Marylebone Centre Psychological Services), London
  • Former HIV Testing and Support Manager at Gay Men's Health, Glasgow
  • Former Training Coordinator at Relate Northern Ireland, Belfast

Recent publications and lectures:

  • Dunblane—MS and Sex — Managing Those Difficult Conversations, 5th Scottish MS Specialist Nurse Academy, September 2017
  • Glasgow—A Cognitive-Interpersonal Approach to Restoring Female Sexuality Post Cancer Treatment, Palliative Resource Nurses Study Day, NHS/Macmillan, May 2017
  • Glasgow—Rediscovering the Art of Intimacy, Cancer and Sexual Wellbeing, Beatson Bootcamp, March 2017 (Chair)
  • Glasgow—Let's Talk about Sex and Early Menopause, Beyond Cancer: Living With An Induced Menopause, Beatson Bootcamp, February 2016
  • Glasgow—Working Therapeutically with Online Sex Offenders Beltrami & Co Solicitors, April 2015
  • Motherwell—An Invitation to Sex: Getting Comfortable in the Counselling Room, Relationships Scotland Lanarkshire, Full Day March 2015
  • “Therapeutic Alliance in Psychosexual Therapy” Handbook of Therapeutic Alliance. Ed. Charura, McGraw-Hill/ Open University Press, 2014
  • Tewkebury, UK—“Sexual Addiction and Sexual Offending” FETC AGM Keynote Address
  • “Anal Sex” Sexual Diversity and Sexual Offending: Research, Assessment, and Clinical Treatment in Psychosexual Therapy. Ed. Hudson-Allez. Karnac, 2014
  • “Treating sexual desire disorders: a clinical casebook” Sexual and Relationship Therapy Volume 27, Number 2, 2012, 178-180
  • London—“Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse” NCVO
  • Edinburgh—“Coming Out in the Counselling Room” Relationships Scotland
  • Kettering—“Internet Porn and Sex Addiction” Welland Valley CPD
  • London—“Working With Diversity” NCVO
  • “Treating Sexual Desire Disorders: A Clinical Casebook,” Sexual And Relationship Therapy, 2012, iFirst article, 1-2
  • London—“Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse” Regent's College
  • “Pink Narcissus,” Out There, Issue 2, 2010, 46-48
  • London— “A Sex Positive Approach to Treating Sexual Addiction” ATSAC First Annual Conference, Keynote Lecture
  • “Dr Jacob Jacobson 60 Second Interview,” ATSAC Vol 1, Issue 1, 2010
  • Glasgow—“A Brief Introduction to Sexual Addiction” Scottish Marriage Care Annual Meeting Keynote Lecture
  • Glasgow—“Sexual Addiction ... Continuing the Story” Scottish Marriage Care Supervisors’ CPD Day, a half-day Workshop
  • Edinburgh—“The Impact of the Internet on Family Life” Relationships Scotland, Full-day Workshop
  • Edinburgh—“Sexual Addiction: The Workshop” Relationships Scotland, Full-day Workshop
  • Edinburgh—“Sexual Addiction or Domestic Sexual Abuse?” Relate Scotland, Therapists Peer Training Day
  • Edinburgh—"Sex and the Net" Relate Scotland, Full-Day Workshop
  • Stirling—“Social Networking sites, The Internet and the Impact on Children and Families” Family Mediation Scotland, Half-Day Workshop
  • Glasgow—“Common Sexual Problems and Best Practice” Northcote Health Centre
  • Glasgow Opera House Waterworks Evening, “Overactive Bladder and Common Sexual Problems”
  • Glasgow Gorbals Health Centre “Common Sexual Problems and Best Practice”

Other professional work:

  • World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) 20th World Congress for Sexual Health, Glasgow, June 2011, Member of the Scientific Committee for Public Health/Epidemiology/Public Policy
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