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I have always enjoyed working with and supporting people stand up against challenges in their lives. I spent much of the early part of my career supporting children and young people and later on worked with families, queer folks and survivors of sexual and family violence. I have also delivered training and facilitated gatherings and workshops in schools, workplaces and community settings. I identify as queer and non-binary and use they/them pronouns (read more about what that means here).

Currently, I speak to people of all ages about things like…

  • Experiences of childhood sexual abuse, relationship violence, sexual violence and family violence

  • Challenges and hopes in relationships and sex (including non-normative familial, sexual, romantic or platonic relationships)

  • Gender explorations and transitions

  • Responding to and surviving racism, homophobia, biphobia, fatphobia, police violence and other forms of structural violence

  • The effects of mental illness and of navigating the mental health system

  • Abelism, neurodiversity, experiences of chronic pain or illness and dis-ability.

  • Mental health effects of the climate crisis

I also support loved ones of Queer and Trans folk who have come out or are transitioning as well as those looking to address their use of abuse, and violence.

In my work, I use a Narrative therapy framework informed by intersectional feminism, Queer and decolonizing movements.

Read more about what that means.


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