The Sloane Court Clinic
11 Sloane Court West
London SW3 4TD

Appointments:
+44 (0)20 7730 5945
Reception:
+44 (0)20 7730 5945
Fax:
+44 (0)20 7730 9871

Our opening times are:

  • Mon–Thu: 9am to 7pm
  • Friday: 9am to 6pm
  • Saturdays: Morning only.

E-Mail:
office@sloanecourtclinic.com

Web:
www.sloanecourtclinic.com

Location Details
Map

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The view down Sloane Court West, Chelsea, London

Rapid Access to Psychotherapy
An introduction to our services
(PDF document)

Additional Information

Reviews of
Self-Help Books

We have identified a selection of books which staff at The Sloane Court Clinic have reviewed and which you may find helpful.

These books cover the following areas:

Anger
Anxiety and Phobias
Social Anxiety & Shyness
Eating disorders
OCD
Depression
Low Self-esteem
Alcohol or Drug problems

Conditions Treated

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The Sloane Court Clinic

Conditions Treated:

Sexual Health Clinic

Sexual health and relationships are important aspects of emotional well-being, and life satisfaction.  We know how distressing it can be when there are problems in these areas of your life.  The Sloane Court Clinic has psychologists with extensive experience and skills to help people address a range of sexual health issues and problems, and our overall aim is to promote sexual and emotional well-being. 

Sexual problems are extremely common in society; for examples, some surveys have reported that over 50% of men report problems with erections at some point in their life, and 40% of women report dissatisfaction with orgasm.  We realize it can feel embarrassing to seek help for sexual health issues.  There are effective and evidence-based ways of helping people overcome sexual difficulties.

Service Objective:

The clinic is able to assess and treat sexual health problems causing distress to the individual or in relationships. These include issues to do with sexual performance, issues in relationships, issues to do with sexual trauma, issues to do with living with HIV, and issues around sexuality.  Whatever your sexuality, or if unsure about your sexuality, it is important that you feel understood and comfortable talking to professionals.  Our approach will be affirming and respecting. The psychologists at the clinic have extensive experience of working with sexual minorities in NHS settings concerning a wide range of issues and concerns.   

Types of problem and issue managed: 

Impotence | premature ejaculation | anorgasmia | delayed ejaculation | vaginismus | sexual addiction / sexual compulsiveness| victims of sexual abuse | social anxiety | living with HIV | emotional dysregulation | sexual desire disorders | behaviour requiring risk assessment | sexual aversion disorder | jealousy (including morbid jealousy) | adjustment to sexual orientation | marital or relationship difficulties.
Presently we are not able to prescribe medication such as Viagra for impotence.

The Sexual Health Clinic services:

Psychological assessment and diagnosis | psychiatric assessment and diagnosis | medication review and adjustment| assessment and formulation of problem behaviour and risk assessment | psychological therapy (cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) / sex therapy | cognitive analytic therapy | schema-focused cognitive therapy | behavioural therapy | anger management | treatment and advice to partners and couples | marital therapy | HIV counselling and psychotherapy.

Staff:

The Sexual Health Clinic is led by Dr Dimitri Spiliotis, counselling psychologist, and involves other members of the psychiatry and psychologist staff of the Sloane Court Clinic who have relevant skills, in particular Ms Raquel Correia, specialist psychologist in trauma.

Contact and Appointments:

Referrals may be made by general practitioners and consultant psychiatrists by letter, e-mail, our Contact Form, or through the general Sloane Court Clinic phone numbers, requesting the “Sexual Health Clinic”. Clinic times and appointment availability are broadly the same as the General Clinic times.
Please note:
Patients are requested to seek referral through their GP or consultant psychiatrist.