Diversity and Inclusion

In my practice, everyone is treated with the same level of care and attention, regardless of who they are or what they like. This includes, but is not limited to ethnicity, nationality, age, disability, religion or lack thereof, and most notably gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, as well as non-mainstream sexual and relationship practices.

In particular, I am LGBT+ friendly, Kink friendly, Poly friendly, Swinger friendly, and sex worker friendly. I will not automatically assume that any consensual sexual behaviour is pathological. I agree with the clinical practice guidelines for working with people with Kink Interests, a project of the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, and put them into practice in my clinical work.

I believe that sexual minorities are too often unnecessarily stigmatised, misunderstood, and misrepresented in mainstream media and work towards their acceptance in mainstream society.

In short: I will not judge anyone for who they are, for what they do with their sexuality, or who they do it with.