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Anne Chilton

Anne Chilton

Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist

“The thing is, not getting an erection is so much more than just a physical thing for men. It’s central to their whole identity”

40+

years' experience

Qualifications 🏅

  • MSc at: Edinburgh University
  • BA at: The Open University
  • Diploma in: Couples Counselling
  • Diploma in: Psychosexual Therapy
  • Diploma in: Group Work
  • Diploma in: Training and Development
  • Diploma in: Casework Supervision

Affiliates 🤝

  • Senior Accredited Member of: COSRT (College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists)
  • Accredited Member of: BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy)

Q&A with Anne Chilton

Anne Chilton

Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist

Tell us a bit about yourself 

I am particularly interested in the impact of sexual problems in relationships. I have extensive experience in working with individuals and couples across all sexualities. 

Where are you from?

I currently live in a rural area of Scotland.

Tell us more about your role - what does your day look like?

On a usual day, I might have a couple of client appointments. I have a clinical supervision practice as well, where I supervise other therapists. I also teach both face to face and online across all aspects of generic therapy and sex therapy.

What one piece of advice would you give to a guy in a new relationship who was struggling to get it up? 

Back off, talk to your new partner, take the pressure off. Develop the relationship and work with your partner to make sex pleasurable for you both (without an erection), whilst also getting some professional help. 

What do you love most about your job?

The big smile that tells me treatment has worked before a chap actually tells me. The joy is immense.

What I like most is the challenge of finding a solution to the problem. That might mean a lot of delving and uncovering to find out what set the problem up in the first place. I then find the best possible outcome for that person.

What drew you to work with Mojo?

Well, before Mojo was Mojo, two lovely young men (Angus and Xander) contacted me and asked if they could take me out to lunch and talk about erections! And I have been involved ever since.

The thing is, not getting an erection is so much more than just a physical thing for men. It’s central to their whole identity.

Most people - especially men - don’t know how their bodies work or how things like their minds, their bodies, and their desires link up. So anything that helps relieve stress, unhappiness, and despair has to be a good option. And Mojo offers exactly that. 

I am also a great believer that medications should be the last resort, not the first. The Mojo approach helps upskill people with techniques that can be applied across a lifespan. It's the ethical, eco, green approach to sexual difficulties! 

What’s your favorite Mojo course?

They are all excellent so it would be difficult to say which is my favorite.

Tell us something that not many people know about you...

My party trick is reciting a monolog about the development of the vibrator.


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