Eve is an Integrative Hypno-Psychotherapist experienced in GSRD, LGBTQIA+, QITPoC, Alt, Swinging, Poly, Ethical Non-Monogamies, Sex Work, Fetish, Kink, BDSM, sexuality, gender and relationship identity. Founding Co-Director of SexProfs an organisation borne from the dual identity of sex work and therapists.To challenge assumptions about those with different life experiences, increase training opportunities, bridge the gap between practitioners and the outside world, and provide support for those, both clients and practitioners who have experienced prejudice at the hands of conventional therapy. Eve is a CorporateTrainer, CourseDesigner, Charity Role Model, involved in the Pride movement and Coordinator of an LGBTQIA+ Mental Health Charity. I work with and individuals and couples in perosn and via video who may find that traditional therapists are not suited or particularly understanding of their needs. Recent projects include designing and delivering courses to government agencies and private corporations on LGBTQIA+ mental health awareness. Any sexuality or gender identity that you self identify as will very rarely be the subject of any therapy and it is merely that you are reassured that if it is raised during the course of therapy then it is something I am totally capable and knowledgeable about to explore with you if so desired. The people that I work with may not only experience situations unique to their identities but also may require unique solutions to those issues. This is the reason that I title myself integrative, this simply means that unlike some I do not stick to one modality but have the adaptability to create those unique to each client. In this recognition that a one size fits all approach does not exist within GSRD, it gives me the therapeutic freedom to be as unique as you are. Her specialisations include, writing for publications, media work, cultural appropriation, independent diversity consulting, terminologies, intersectionality, Mental Health Awareness and PoC issues. She has a special interest in the intersectionality of therapeutic/social boundaries, formulating policies where therapist and client belong to the same community. Amongstregularpresenting at various conferences and mental health events, Eve alsoappeared on a paneldiscussingher intersectionalites at the Pink Therapy Sex Works Conference in 2018.