Catherine advices across woman’s health which spans many areas such as sexual health, fertility including less invasive therapies like intracervical insemination (ICI) and specialises in psychosexual medicine - treating patients or couples with sexual or relationship problems both before and after treatment.
For seven years Catherine was the Clinical Tutor in Communication at the University of Oxford where she lectured to the doctors of tomorrow and ran workshops to help them develop skills in talking to patients.
Catherine is an experienced broadcaster and writer. She presented the popular series ‘A Girl’s Guide to 21st Century Sex’ for FIVE, was the Agony Aunt for GMTV’s LK Today (ITV1) and regularly appeared on ‘The Wright Stuff’ (FIVE). Previously Catherine was the face of the ‘Discovery Health Channel’ and contributed to several documentaries for Channel 4, BBC3 and FIVE. Catherine still regularly writes for many national magazines.
Catherine qualified in medicine from the University of Oxford where she won several prizes for her studies. She subsequently lectured at Oxford Medical School in Communication Skills, based in Ethox, the Oxford Centre for Ethics and Communication in Healthcare, a post she held for nine years. Catherine continues to give frequent lectures in the UK and abroad.