Atlanta Rayner

Atlanta Rayner

Atlanta Rayner

Individual, Couples and Psychosexual Therapist


With over 16 years of counselling experience and a professional member of BACP and CORST. Also delivering training and workshops to NHS and corporate clients.

Extensive experience supporting individuals and couples with relationships, sexual intimacy, miscarriage, still birth, infertility, IVF, sexual addiction, separation, divorce, stress, sexual identity, physical health issues and bereavement. A Masters in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes and a body healing coach.

Offering online and in person.

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If you would like to get in touch with Atlanta Rayner please call 020 3930 1007

As a relationship and bereavement counsellor with over 16 years of experience, I have had the privilege of helping numerous individuals and couples overcome their challenges and find joy in their relationships.

Additionally, with more than 12 years of experience as a psychosexual therapist, I am passionate about helping individuals overcome issues related to intimacy and sexual function.

My academic credentials include a postgraduate diploma in Couples Counselling and Psychosexual Therapy, as well as a Masters in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes.

Alongside my work as a counsellor, I have worked with Relate, a renowned relationship counselling service, delivering training and wellbeing workshops to the NHS and corporate clients. In my local community, I facilitate a creative writing project, which I find to be an enriching and rewarding experience.

I can help with;

  • relationships,
  • sexual intimacy,
  • miscarriage,
  • still birth,
  • infertility,
  • in vitro fertilisation (IVF),
  • sexual addiction,
  • separation,
  • divorce,
  • communication,
  • bereavement,
  • stress,
  • sexual identity,
  • mental and physical health issues,
  • adult survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

My first career was with the BBC, with a BA in culture and media studies, working largely on medical-based documentaries. I wanted the freedom to gain a deeper understanding and to offer more help than I could as a filmmaker, so retrained as a counsellor.

When I am not working, I enjoy yoga, wild water swimming, creative writing and pottery. I also help at my local food bank and local community café.

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