Brene Brown said "I believe that love, belonging, and worthiness are a birthright, not something to earn." For me, working with clients means accessing this birthright together through connection and conversation. We are all worthy of love, but additionally, we are all entitled to the space and time to explore who we are with genuine curiosity.
My experience in social justice perspectives, gender, and sexuality comes from extensive work with gender non-conforming/ transgender individuals, the LGBQA and HIV community and non-traditional/kinky relationships. Ten years of practice in the sexuality community as an educator, lecturer and medical consultant help me to expertly support your work.
Access to a variety of modalities means that we will craft the flexible approach that is most appropriate for your needs. Whether you are exploring your internal landscape, your sexual self or your personhood as it connects with the world, you will be supported by a non-judgmental practice.