Eli Joubert

Dr Eli Joubert

Teaching Fellow


Research interests

Sexual dysfunction (male and female), gender dysphoria/transsexualism (including transgendered prisoners), paraphilias (including treatment for peadophiles), critical appraisal and development of guidelines for the treatment of sexual dysfunction

Men's relationships with their own bodies, in particular men's use of anabolic androgenic steroids, internal pressure/self-criticism as motivation to perform (especially sexually)

Emotional impact and limitations that constructs of masculinity has on men


Basic Therapeutic Alliance

Psychodynamic Theory and Practice

Psycho-sexual Therapy (Psych III)

Departmental duties

Teaching Fellow (Clinical)

Clinical Psychologist


Health and Care Professions Council of the United Kingdom, Practitioner Psychologist (Clinical)

British Psychological Society, Chartered Psychologist (Clinical), Associate Fellow, Register of Applied Psychology Practitioner Supervisors Committee Member - Section of Psychology of Sexualities 2010-2013

College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, Accredited Member

British Society for Sexual Medicine, Full Member Council Member BSSM

European Federation of Sexology/European Society for Sexual Medicine, Certified Psycho-Sexologist

UK Ministry of Justice - Gender Recognition Panel, List of specialist, Gender Dysphoria


Joubert, H.E. and Melluish, S. (2014). Considering anabolic androgenic steroid use in relation to non-substance related diagnostic categories with special emphasis on eating disorders; a systematic review. Journal of Substance Use. Published online on November 6, 2014 (doi:10.3109/14659891.2014.977974).

Walker, D-M. and Joubert, H.E., (2010). Feature: Attitudes of injecting male anabolic androgenic steroid users to media influence, health messages and gender constructs. Drug & Alcohol Today. 11(2), 56-70