Wherever you are along the gender & sexuality continuum, I will support you in building your connection to yourself and others, so that you do not have to chose between being true to yourself or being accepted by others.
I work with a diversity of clients who are:
- Trans/ Gender Diverse (questioning, two-spirit, bigender, polygender, androgynous, ambiguous, agender, maverique, gendervague, genderqueer, genderfluid, non-binary, non- conforming, gender resistant/ce, two-spirit, etc.)
- Queer (questioning, demisexual, sapiosexual, asexual/greysexual, questioning, pansexual, bisexual, lesbian, gay, etc.)
- Polyamarous / non-monogamous
- Asexual / greysexual / aromantic
- Heterosexual, cisgender (non-trans), and monogamous
Related to the following:
- Questioning & exploring gender and sexual identity
- Unrequited love
- Loneliness and abandonment
- Trust and betrayal, grief and loss
- Discovering, asserting & communicating healthy boundaries
- Navigating identity conflicts, contradictions, multiplicities
- Navigating the relationship between gender/sexual identity and expression
- Romantic friendships and asexual/aromantic relationships
- Identifying, addressing and coping with discrimination and interpersonal power imbalances
- Healing from sexual and emotional abuse
- BDSM / kink
- Sex work
Gender and Sexuality can be difficult to navigate, especially when expressing yourself seems to jeopardize your connection with loved ones. Rest assured, you do not have to choose between being yourself or staying connected to people you care about! I will support you to strike a balance between staying centred within yourself and connecting with others and to navigate the complex interrelationships between gender identity, expression, and experience, and sexual identity, expression, and experience.
Relationships exist at the meeting point between identity, expression, experience, desire, and love—of being and longing; of belonging. While gender and sexuality offer powerful means for self-expression and connection, many understandings of gender and sexuality divide, label, and exclude. And it is not always easy to know the difference between affirming and dis-empowering perspectives! Especially when talking about sex and gender is considered ‘impolite’ or ‘too private’. I offer a non-judgmental and sex-positive space where you can process your experiences, identify what is important to you, and learn about the interconnections between identity, expression, experience, desire, love, and belonging while situating your experience within a broader social and historical context.