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Janice Hiller

Janice Hiller is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and is currently Senior Academic Tutor in Psychosexual studies at Tavistock Relationships. She trained at the Institute of Psychiatry and worked in adult mental health earlier in her career, before becoming head of a Relationship and Psychosexual Service in North East London. Since specialising in couples therapy and sexology she has presented at conferences in the UK and abroad, run many seminars and training courses, and was honorary lecturer and tutor for the Doctoral degree course at UCL. Her publications cover a range of topics including psychosexual development, coital pain, arousal and desire difficulties, gender differences in sexual motivation and ethical issues. Janice was joint editor and contributor to Hiller, Wood and Bolton (2006)"Sex Mind and Emotion", and co-wrote a chapter "Psychodynamic aspects of Psychosexual Therapy" (2013) for the European -wide syllabus of clinical sexology published by the European Society of Sexual Medicine. She has a private practice in North London, and is especially interested in biopsychosocial factors in sexual and gender development, and the relevance of neuroscience in understanding sexual behaviour.


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