Relationships After Kids Speaker & Writer Catherine Topham Sly
Relationships After Kids Speaker
I am available for public speaking on a number of topics, including relationships after kids.
My specialism is the transition to parenthood, but I am happy to speak on a range of topics related to relationships and therapy.
In-person events I have spoken at include:
- East Sussex Baby and Toddler Show
- The Wyld Mothers Fire
- The Mother Fair
- The Unspoken Sessions
- Inspiring Talks Brighton
Online, I have spoken for organisations such as:
- Mellownest Mindful Parents
- Basking Babies
- Mush (which you can watch below)
- Sussex Covid-19 Expectant & New Parent Support Group
- Hello Baby Brighton
- Supercharged Club
I have also been featured on a number of podcasts, which are linked below.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you are looking for a relationships after kids speaker for your podcast or event.
Sleep Like A Baby?
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Hannah Clapham about sex, communication, and resentment after having a baby, including what’s normal, and what to do when you feel touched out.
A Dad’s Path
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Will Braunstein about sex and relationships after parenthood, making time to connect, being proactive about sharing the load, and more.
Enough, The Podcast
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to coach, writer, and speaker Dr. Mandy Lehto about how to stop performing intimacy, so you can enjoy more pleasure and authentic connection.
The Motherhood Project
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to life and career coach Taylor Pangman about resolving arguments, dealing with disagreements on the biggest topics, and more.
Honesty Box on The Balance Club
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to broadcaster and presenter Alex Beard about a listener’s revelation: “The pandemic has killed my marriage.”
The Life Transformer Show
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to health and fitness coach Tara Hammett about communication and life balance for couples who are raising children together.
Pause Purpose Play
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to clinical psychologist and couples therapist Michaela Thomas about how you can enjoy more intimacy and reconnect sexually after kids.
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Nicole Mathieson about what happens to your relationship and sex life after you have kids and how to cope with change and stress.
A Mother’s Space
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Kimberley Barnard about communication, the mental load, being the default parent, sex and intimacy, and more.
Notes From The Motherbox
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Alexis Stickland and Becky Hands about the best ways to look after your relationship once you become parents.
Interviews & Articles
How to stop arguing with your partner: Hit pause
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Brit Dawson about how to stop fighting all the time, by getting to the bottom of what’s really going on.
The Birth Debrief: Reflecting on pregnancy, reframing birth, redefining post-partum
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Illiyin Morrison about how couples can manage the transition to parenthood in ways that keep them connected.
Your Postnatal Body: A top-to-toe guide to caring for yourself after pregnancy and birth
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Lyanne Nicholl about how the changes brought by pregnancy and birth impact our relationships and sex lives.
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to OK! Magazine columnist Lalala Let Me Explain about making big decisions and answering children’s questions.
Growing Vibrations Magazine
In issue 8 of GVM, Catherine Topham Sly writes about physical and emotional intimacy, and how each can be a route to the other for different people.
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to OK! Magazine columnist Lalala Let Me Explain about how to build confidence and self-esteem.
Anna Mathur Blog
Catherine Topham Sly shares her top 5 tips for improving communication with your partner, for psychotherapist Anna Mathur.
Mama Sex Book
Catherine Topham Sly speaks to Sarah Forbes about motherhood and sexuality.
Catherine answers the Mama Sex Six, including the biggest hurdles mothers are facing, what society at large is getting wrong, and her best sex advice for mothers.