Leah is a social psychologist and educator, specialising in sex and relationships education for adults. She is the Founder and CEO of LIFESEXPERTS. Leah runs educational live events and webinars on all topics related to sex and relationships. She also works with individuals, offering sessions on a one-to-one basis. Leah teaches a broad in scope content with topics that educate individuals about the many interwoven factors that influence their psyche, sexual behaviour and relationships. She offers a unique opportunity for people to grow as individuals and as couples by teaching about the connections between the environment, mind and body.
Leah finds that there is much research done in the social sciences, that uncovers useful, life applicable understanding and knowledge of human nature and behaviour. Unfortunately this wealth of good science and discovery often stays in academia, barricaded behind the expense to access research journals and the challenges of terminology and language accessibility. Most of the content that reaches society, via popular magazines and shows, is a single highlight of the research, which often times is portrayed as indisputable truth and guide to living. Furthermore, most of the things that end up in the media are biased and confirm ideas that are established in society. Leah's work as a sex and relationship educator is informed by research and literature on sex and relationships that stems from the social sciences, but also from philosophy, history, economy and beyond.
Leah has always been passionate about taboo topics and injustice arising from lack of education, compassion and respect for the different and unknown. This is why she is dedicating herself to raising awareness about social issues particularly such regarding sexuality and relationships and works to support individuals in their own journey to more pleasure - shame and guilt free and healthy and happy relationships.
Psychology and Counselling - particularly social psychology, cognitive-behavioural therapy, psychology of sexuality, cultural diversity
Mental health - worked with young people, vulnerable adults, mental health conditions, sexuality and relationships, LGBTQI+ folk, domestic abuse etc.
British Psychology Society