The entrants in this directory have completed at the minimum a diploma in counselling, and you will find copies of their relevant qualifications on their profiles.They will also be members of a professional association which has a code of ethics and a complaints procedure, and they have been willing to declare their own sexuality and state what specific training they have had to work in a sexuality affirmative way.You are currently using the Flash-version of the chat: it's fully featured and optimized.If you are unhappy with the way Flash Player is functioning on your computer, please try switching to the HTML-5 site version by pressing on the "rocker".It was only a couple of decades ago that homosexuality was considered a mental illness by the World Health Organisation.This pathologising of sexual variation has unfortunately affected the way that many therapists view any sexual difference.Whether you are going through a challenging time or just want to talk to someone, at 7 Cups you'll find a path connecting you to kind people and helping you develop new skills to solve your problems. To seek out a listener based on life experience or affiliation, browse or search our listener community to find the right listener or online counselor, someone with whom you feel comfortable chatting without fear of being judged.Whether you want support with life, love, relationship problems, stress, depression help, or you just need to vent about your problems, we have an active listener or therapist waiting for you to vent to via anonymous chat.
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This can be the first place you might look if you would like a non-judgemental therapist to work with you on an physical, emotional, psychological or spiritual issue, especially those pertaining to gender and sexuality.
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LGBTIQ individuals are often judged through a heteronormative lens of what is and isn't 'normal'.
Even today, people who wish to change their gender, announce a sexuality other than the norm, or those who wish to engage in consensual BDSM/Kink relationships, often find themselves the target of prejudice, or even diagnosed as having some sort of mental illness.