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Re: Therapists and sex work
« Reply #75 on: 03 December 2018, 08:20:32 am »
In case anyone else asks I am aware of understanding therapists in a different area, which I'm happy to mention by pm.

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Re: Therapists and sex work
« Reply #76 on: 04 December 2018, 06:49:58 pm »
I met a qualified and practising psychotherapist and counsellor a year ago on tinder who lived near me, we dated for a month and in that time he was constantly pointing out people locally (we live in the same area) who used to see him and what for.  Thankfully I never told him I was a SW or no doubt he would have outted me on one of his next conquests. The thing is they are under a code of conduct for privacy, but how many people discuss work with their partners (well other than me  :P )
 what I am saying is from my experience see a therapist out of your local area if it's about discussing your SW, I could have just met a wrong un, but the fact he is 25 years into his own practice, PHD and MSC qualified and certified by British board of psychotherapists he still used to tell me about the guy in the local costa coffee that told him in therapy he used to wank into the sandwiches!   

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Re: Therapists and sex work
« Reply #77 on: 04 December 2018, 07:40:56 pm »
I met a qualified and practising psychotherapist and counsellor a year ago on tinder who lived near me, we dated for a month and in that time he was constantly pointing out people locally (we live in the same area) who used to see him and what for.  Thankfully I never told him I was a SW or no doubt he would have outted me on one of his next conquests. The thing is they are under a code of conduct for privacy, but how many people discuss work with their partners (well other than me  :P )
 what I am saying is from my experience see a therapist out of your local area if it's about discussing your SW, I could have just met a wrong un, but the fact he is 25 years into his own practice, PHD and MSC qualified and certified by British board of psychotherapists he still used to tell me about the guy in the local costa coffee that told him in therapy he used to wank into the sandwiches!

Flipping heck he shouldn't be in the position he is, unfortunately there are prats in all lines of work.

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Re: Therapists and sex work
« Reply #78 on: 08 January 2020, 11:45:39 am »
Hi does anyone know of any sw friendly therapists / counsellors / psychiatrists / places I can go to talk to someone that can help please
My pms are open to share it privately x

Mirror

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Re: Therapists and sex work
« Reply #79 on: 08 January 2020, 12:18:49 pm »
Hi does anyone know of any sw friendly therapists / counsellors / psychiatrists / places I can go to talk to someone that can help please
My pms are open to share it privately x

Look up Pink Therapy.

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Re: Therapists and sex work
« Reply #80 on: 04 July 2020, 03:22:09 pm »
Hiya,

Bumping this thread again as my therapist just retired after the pandemic (he's an older guy and has decided to call it quits, oh well  ???).

If anyone knows or could give me a reference of a great shrink in the London area (who is SW friendly and open minded) would you be so kind as to PM me? I would really appreciate it.

Thanks all.

Ana
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Re: Therapists and sex work
« Reply #81 on: 04 July 2020, 04:06:53 pm »
I met a qualified and practising psychotherapist and counsellor a year ago on tinder who lived near me, we dated for a month and in that time he was constantly pointing out people locally (we live in the same area) who used to see him and what for.  Thankfully I never told him I was a SW or no doubt he would have outted me on one of his next conquests. The thing is they are under a code of conduct for privacy, but how many people discuss work with their partners (well other than me  :P )
 what I am saying is from my experience see a therapist out of your local area if it's about discussing your SW, I could have just met a wrong un, but the fact he is 25 years into his own practice, PHD and MSC qualified and certified by British board of psychotherapists he still used to tell me about the guy in the local costa coffee that told him in therapy he used to wank into the sandwiches!

....And this is why I've never trusted therapists or psychiatrists...  :-\

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« Reply #82 on: 04 July 2020, 04:40:02 pm »
....And this is why I've never trusted therapists or psychiatrists...  :-\

Yep, I used to have a client (married), he was an older guy who would  search for very young students in need on craigslist because "they were cheaper than ho-kers and much more naive" (his own words), then get entangled into these really drama fueled relationships with them. The guy was so messed up. I couldn;t believe people were putting their mental health in the hands of this man. I'm very wary-picky-choosy when it comes to giving my power,money and time to someone.
"I don't have a dirty mind, I have a sexy imagination" (heard it on the tube)