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Murray Blacket

Murray Blacket

Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist

“For too long there has been a cultural blind-spot around men’s sexual health. Mojo is actively raising the issues and starting the conversations”

13+

years' experience

Qualifications 🏅

  • PhD (in progress)
  • MA (hons) in: Psychotherapy & Counselling
  • Diploma in: Psychosexual & Relationship Therapy
  • BA (hons) in: Psychology
  • Diploma in: Education

Affiliates 🤝

  • Registered with: UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy)
  • Accredited & registered via: COSRT (College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists)

Q&A with Murray Blacket

Murray Blacket

Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist

Q&A with Murray Blacket

Tell us a bit about yourself 

I work with individuals and couples on all aspect of relationships – including sex, of course –  and across all ages and sexual identities. My area of particular interest is men’s issues. 

Where are you from?

A very small country town – more sheep and cows than people – in NSW, Australia.

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

I work in a London therapy practice as well as running my own private practice. I also do a growing amount of journalism work on sex, health and wellbeing. I also often give other journalists and researchers expert advice in my role as a COSRT media spokesperson.

What one piece of advice would you give someone who felt like their sexual libido had taken a dip?

It happens. Don’t panic. Get help.

What do you love most about your job?

The people. I am a people-person at heart. Everyone is unique. I love hearing their stories and helping them understand what is going on in their world.

What drew you to work with Mojo?

For too long there has been a cultural blind-spot around men’s sexual health. Mojo is actively raising the issues and starting the conversations. This can only be good for all men. 

What’s your favorite Mojo course?

They are all beneficial!

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

I began painting a few years ago and truly love it. However, when I was a boy I heard my fourth-grade teacher tell my mother I was terrible at art. She was my favourite teacher, ever. So I assumed she was right. As it turns out she was not. But I still like you Mrs. Anderson.

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