Tim Foskett is an accredited counsellor, psychotherapist and group psychotherapist with the Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners, and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. He has a private practice in north London working with groups, couples, individuals and supervisees (www.timfosketttherapy.co.uk). He is a director of Loving Men (www.lovingmen.org), which runs workshops and develops resources about intimacy between gay/bi men. Tim is a Clinical Associate with Pink Therapy (www.pinktherapy.com), and an Advanced Accredited Sexual Diversity Therapist.
Tim has trained in person-centred and existential counselling and groupwork at City University, counselling psychology at PHYSIS and humanistic integrative psychotherapy, couples and group therapy at Spectrum. Between 1995 and 2008 Tim was the Groupwork and Training manager at PACE, London’s largest LGBT mental health services organisation. He led and co-devised the sexual health and relationships therapeutic groupwork programme.
He has written three interactive workbooks, published by PACE in association with the Good Sexual Health Team at Camden PCT. These are Getting Ready (Self-esteem and getting ready for a relationships), Getting What You Want (Friendship and relationships skills), and Getting Sexy (Enjoying sex more), and two research reports on groupwork with gay/bi men, Talking Spaces (1986) and Talking Spaces II (1996), available from www.pacehealth.org.uk.