Queering Psychotherapy

Really looking forward to getting stuck in to this.

The perspectives of LGB, queer and trans people working as counsellors & psychotherapists is invaluable in questioning, challenging and rethinking the counselling profession for the better, for everyone.

Mainstream counselling training, and the counselling profession overall, has historically not accounted for, accounted for negatively or mis-understood gender and sexual diversity. Therefore there is a gap in the learning taking place on training courses. Books like this (and the ones that have come before and along side it; the OG Pink Therapy book by Dominic Davies & Charles Neal, Wild Desires and Mistaken Identities by Noreen O’connor and Clinical Encounters in sexuality by Noreen Giffney to name a few) are very exciting and important.

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