Gender Relationship and Sexual Diversity (GRSD)

I am GRSD friendly, knowledgeable and experienced.

I have been working with GRSD clients for many years, and am highly knowledgeable and experienced. You can be sure of a supportive, non judgemental approach based on your well being.

It does not matter if the problem you have is, or is not, related to your sexuality, gender identity, relationship style or sexual orientation. If you wish to be sure of having therapy where your identity, relationship style, orientation, and sexuality issues are facilitated, if appropriate, and never get in the way of therapy and meeting your desired outcome, then contact me.

The descriptions below are our current understanding of marginalised identities, consensual relationships and practices, and not meant to be exclusive.

With Gender, we include people on the gender spectrum who might identify as trans, agender, bi-gender, crossdressers, genderqueer, gender fluid, and non-binary and First Nations/Indigenous genders excluded by colonising categories.
We are using two different understandings of the word Sex: Sex as in sexuality, sexual orientation/identities: lesbian, gay, bi- and pan-sexual and those on the asexual spectrum, celibate and those engaged in BDSM/Kink and Fetish.
Sex is also being used to mean: biological sex including intersex and people born with sex characteristics (including genitals, gonads and chromosome patterns) that do not fit typical binary notions of male or female bodies).
In Relationship Diversities: we include people on the aromantic (aro) spectrum, people involved in BDSM/Kink power exchange relationships, sex work relationships, people in multi-partnered relationships (swingers, non-monogamous, polyamorous people, etc.) as well as those in ‘monogamish’ forms of partnership.