Victoria is a sexual recovery coach. She specialises in patient-centered programs informed by clinical recommendations for penile and sexual rehabilitation following prostate cancer treatment.
Victoria has a Bachelors of Science and Masters Degree in Cognitive Psychology from University College London. She is currently a PhD candidate at RMIT University applying a design-perspective to sexuality challenges faced after prostate cancer treatment.
In 2015, Victoria co-founded the world’s first ‘sexuality and design’ course in an academic setting at RMIT University. This innovative course was featured in The Age and The BBC.
Victoria is also a professional speaker. She delivers keynotes at conferences to healthcare practitioners on how to help patients with sexual wellbeing challenges. She recently spoke at the International Prostate Cancer Congress 2017, Independence Australia Education Day 2017 and Continence Foundation Conference 2016.
Please note: Victoria’s coaching approach is different to seeing a therapist or psychologist. She does not diagnose or use psychological interventions. The conversation is focused on understanding your specific needs so that you leave with an ongoing recovery program tailored to you.
There are no examinations or invasive procedures during the appointment. This is a clothes on consultation about the latest evidence-based options so that you can take control of your recovery.