I’ve lived in some different environments, each with it’s own take on sexual diversity and sex work. A few of them being: SanFrancisco, New York, Las Vegas, Buenos Aires, Phnom Penh and London. The common factors that always come back to me are the affect of laws and morality. I feel that we know if something is hurting us or not, is good for us or not, and it’s up to us to figure it out. Maybe with a little help. Whether right or wrong, the stigma is really unnecessary.
I find people come to see me because they have an issue, happen to work in the sex industry, and don’t want their profession ‘blinding’ the therapist. Or something has happened and they need to talk it through. Or the social stigma is starting to get them. Or it can of course be some combination of the above.
- Managed Agency, Vancouver, Canada
- Social Worker working with people with Schizophrenia, Lancaster PA., U.S.
- Masters Clinical Psychology, Lancaster, PA., U.S.
- Public Health Therapy Clinic, Lancaster, PA., U.S.
- Private Practice, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Co-Founder, Co- Director Psychotherapy Clinic, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Private Practice, London.
- Registered Member, B.A.C.P.