Breanna Coyle

Training & Accreditation

Breanna is a Clinical Sexologist trained by the Contemporary Institute of Clinical Sexology (CICS), UK with COSRT accreditation. CICS is a Pink Therapy certified training with a core value of respect for diversity in training, staff and the directing team.

During the CICS training process Breanna developed skills further as a therapist with the Beeleaf Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy, London, UK in four specific areas for Working Creatively with Trauma & Triggers (UKCP accredited), Working Compassionately with Anxiety & Depression (UKCP), Working Effectively with Addiction & Recovery (UKCP) and Clinical psychopathology (UKCP). Additional training includes CBT Basics (Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust), UK.

Before venturing into development as a Clinical Sexologist Breanna received a BSc Honours in Applied Psychology (PSI Accredited) from Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT). During this time Breanna trained as a Mentor with LeCheile Mentoring project, Dublin.

Throughout the years of sexual health education, some of the experiences included attendance the Summer Research Institute from the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) at Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA in the Centre for Human Sexuality Studies; training in Sexuality and Intellectual Disability (FPA) and Fantasy vs Reality (FPA) London; Crisis Pregnancy Programme (CPP) Masterclasses (NUI Maynooth, Ireland), Train the Trainer (FETAC) Dublin.

As a COSRT member, Breanna receives regular supervision in adherence with COSRT Code of Ethics.

As a genuinely curious and energetic individual Breanna continues to take part in training on a very regular basis. At present I am continuing my specialist training in Compulsive Sexual Behaviours (CSB) with CICS.


With over 10 years’ experience in sexual health training and coordination for a human rights organisation Breanna brings a non-judgemental and deeply respectful approach to human sexuality.

Being further trained in a pluralistic approach, extends this further in the respect provided to each individual by meeting each client where they are at. The pluralistic approach is collaborative, emphasising the unique journey each individual is on. Working this way offers a deep respect for the dignity, autonomy and right to self-determination of an individual.

Research notes that agents of change are the client (more than 40% now), relationship (30%)- good alliance; empathy (comes out strongest), hope (15%)- how much therapy engenders hope for change; healing relationship, model (15%). We will work collaboratively with this in mind.

Further to this is the Bio, Psycho, Social approach which investigates the biological, psychological and social aspects contributing to each of the challenges brought to the therapeutic space.

Breanna works with individuals, couples and relationships of gender, sex, and relationship diversity.

Experience & Areas of Interest

Providing experience of the everyday challenges faced by parents, young people and professionals when confronting areas sexuality and relationships.

Working to explore sexuality, sexual identity, unreliable erections, premature ejaculation, dyspareunia, vaginismus, anorgasmia, compulsive sexual behaviour and Desire discrepancy.

Breanna’s experience with a range of therapeutic modalities from Body Therapist (Swedish massage); Life Alignment Practitioner (energy healing); Mindfulness; and Family Constellation Therapy, informs practice further.

Within the Pluralistic approach, homework activities, exploration of history, and assessments will be brought into the sessions according to each individuals’ presenting needs and preferences.

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