Janice HillerHighgate

Tel : 07966 154 177

email : janice@janicehillertherapist.co.uk

Psychological therapy : Relationships and Psychosexual

Janice Hiller - Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Janice Hiller is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with many years of experience in the NHS working with the whole range of adult psychological problems. After Bristol University, she completed her clinical training at the Institute of Psychiatry, part of Kings College, London University. As a clinician she has worked extensively with anxiety and depressive states and all areas of individual and couple difficulties. For the last 20 years she has specialised in psychosexual issues and was head of  Sexual Health Psychological Services at Goodmayes Hospital in Ilford, Essex until November 2012.

She is currently  Visiting  Academic Tutor in Psychosexual Studies at Tavistock Relationships. From 2012 -2017 she taught on the MSc and Psychosexual Certificate and had a training role running CPD events and workshops. In addition Janice organised and chaired the TR annual psychosexual conference which attracted international  speakers. Her particular interests are sexual development across the lifespan, arousal and desire difficulties, and the neurobiology of sexual functioning and couple relationships.

Janice has lectured on psychosexual and relationship therapy for doctoral degree training courses, presented conferences papers for COSRT and Confer, and was a committee member of the sexual health faculty of the British Psychological Society. She has published articles in international journals on various topics in sexology including coital pain, ethical issues and gender differences in arousal. Janice also co-edited a book, ‘Sex Mind and Emotion’ (2006) for which she contributed two chapters. Recently she collaborated with a colleague on a chapter for the ESSM 2014 syllabus in clinical sexology. 

Janice is on the BPS media list and has for some years provided regular input to newspapers and magazines on relationship and sexual concerns such as infidelity, absence of sex, teenage sexuality and couple conflict.