Basic Data


Lynn Buckley



Registration Number

2562 / 632


Doncaster, Beverley, Hull,


Yorkshire (North, South & East)







Standard Therapists Data

Qualified Psychosexual Therapist


Practising Psychosexual Therapist


Accepted Referrals

Professional referrals, GP referrals, Referral letter required, Self referrals

Therapy Services Provided For

Individuals, Couples, Groups

Accredited Therapists Extended Profile

Psychosexual Therapy Qualifications

My academic qualifications include MSc Advance Practice, PGDip Psychotherapy (Sex & Relationship), PGCE (Higher & Further Education), Advance Communication Skills, BSc (hons) Nursing Studies, RGN, Certificate in Counselling, Mindfulness Diploma.  As my approach to therapy is integrated I combine both my nursing and psychotherapy knowledge to deliver psychosexual therapy.



PGDip Relationship Therapy (Psychosexual Therapy)

Core Profession

Nurse Specialist



Extended Profile

My nursing career spans over 30 years, it is within this role that I began to develop my expertise for women who had sexuality and sexual difficulties due to gynaecological problems and cancer. I extended this across other cancer sites writing and contributing to management of sexual difficulties following treatment for pelvic cancer.  In 2012 I decided to formalise my interest in this field and trained as a psychosexual therapist within a private clinic (The Leger Clinic – Doncaster). The clinic adopts a integrated approach combining medical and psychological approaches to achieve the best outcomes for our clients.

I am skilled in all areas of psychosexual therapy including male and female sexual difficulties and dysfunctions (interest/desire & arousal disorders, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, orgasm difficulties,  sexual pain disorders); sexuality, orientation and gender identity issues; out of control sexual behaviour/sexual addiction; difficulties due to trauma, especially sexual trauma. The list is endless as each of my clients are unique and bring with them their individual difficulties and issues, therefore treatment plans are implemented with the individual in mind.

I have also gained a national reputation and expertise on the effects of cancer diagnosis and treatments on a persons sexuality and sex life. I present across the country at scientific and educational meetings for health professionals, and at patient/advocacy groups; I write national guidance and education frameworks to address sexual issues, write patient information including web sites and booklets and give expert advice for various cancer charities (Macmillan, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, Target Ovarian Cancer).