College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists
Welcome to the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT), the UK’s leading organisation for therapists specialising in sexual and relationship issues.
COSRT exists to support healthy, satisfying and rewarding personal relationships. We understand that any partnership can run into difficulties occasionally, and that sometimes a bit of outside help can make all the difference.
On these pages you will find practical suggestions and advice for people who feel their personal relationships might need some help; as well as information for professional therapists and others who want to take advantage of the training, conferences and professional networking opportunities we offer.
COSRT organises two Conferences and a number of CPD Workshops each year which are open to members and non-members.
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Save the date for next year’s Annual Conference.
Full details and programme to follow.
Object relations theory suggests that we are all driven to form relationships from the moment we are born. This way of thinking about an adult couple can access deeper, less conscious, levels of their relationship.
This day will enable the therapist to assess past trauma and consider how to rebuild intimacy. It is suitable for couple and psychosexual therapists as case examples and illustrations will be taken from both these types of clients.
If you’d like professional help with whatever is troubling you, you can find a local COSRT-accredited therapist by searching our listings pages.
Therapists and other practitioners can learn about COSRT and find professional guidance. Members and non-members alike can book our training and conference programme or use our library of documents. More...
The journal of Sexual and Relationship Therapy is our official journal informing our membership of leading research in the field.
All COSRT members are listed in our directory, which you can search to find someone who works locally.
The directory gives information about members’ qualifications and whether or not they are accredited by COSRT.
There’s advice on what to look for if you need a therapist on this site.