I am a pluralistic therapist. Pluralism is based on the view that no one therapeutic approach can resolve all client presentations and that different clients are likely to want, and benefit from, different interventions in therapy. Working pluralistically involves working with the client and making you an active part of therapy. We won’t be stuck within any particular model of therapy and can, together, find out what works specifically for you. Being a contemporary therapist, it is my job to continually learn and keep up to date with ways in which sex and relationship therapists practice, guaranteeing a good quality of support to you. In my therapy space, you will expect to feel affirmed, understood and heard with no judgement. It can feel difficult to have discussions about your sexual identity but all of my previous clients will tell you that you have nothing to be worried about with me.
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