Ms Naomi Hutchings

Clinical Sexologist

Plans for 2017

From 2017, Naomi will be practicing at Attuned Psychology (61 Archer Street, North Adelaide).

Please call 8361 7008 to make an appointment.

What is a sexologist?

A sexologist is someone who has extensively studied, at a University level, the field of human sexuality in all its aspects. There are presently three fields of professional practice in sexology: research, sexual education and clinical practice. A sexologist can be adept at all three, or specialise in at least two of these areas.

Why would you visit a sexologist?

There are many reasons one might make an appointment to see a sexologist, below are just some of them;

  • You and/or your partner are experiencing some sexual concerns
  • Experiencing differing levels of desire (mismatched libido/desire discrepancy)
  • Erectile concerns (e.g. rapid ejaculation or inability to maintain or gain erection)
  • Inability to orgasm (anorgasmia)
  • Painful sex (dyspareunia)
  • Wanting to explore your sexuality and sexual attraction
  • Wanting to explore your feelings about your gender


About Naomi:

Naomi is a member of SAS (Society of Sexologists)

Naomi is a Clinical Sexologist who has been working in the area of Sexual Health and Relationships education for nearly ten years. After completing a Bachelor of Arts Degree at Adelaide University in 2000, where she majored in both Women’s Studies and Politics, she worked extensively with young people to improve their sexual health outcomes and in 2010 she completed a Master of Health Science – Sexual Health at Sydney University.

Naomi offers her work in many different ways including; one on one work, couples/families, group work, guest speaking and training. Naomi works in a variety of different settings such as; schools, prisons, youth agencies, TAFE, Universities, health centre’s as well as being consulted as a “sexpert” by various forms of media.

Naomi has extensive experience working with young people about their sexual health and in particular people whom are same sex attracted. Naomi has much experience working and supporting parents around how to approach puberty, sexuality and other topics. She is the founder of Adelaide Sexology and as well as her private sexology work she currently works as the Coordinator of Youth Worker Education at SHine SA and teaches the Sex and Sexualities topic at Flinders University.

Naomi consults at the clinic on Thursday evenings from 5.15pm to 8.15pm.

Appointments are usually sixty minutes long and no referral is necessary.