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Dominic Davies

Dominic Davies is founder and CEO of Pink Therapy (www.pinktherapy.com). He has worked as a psychotherapist, clinical sexologist and practice consultant for over 35 years. He was initially trained in the Person-Centred Approach by Dave Mearns, Brian Thorne and Elke Lambers, alongside a strong psychoanalytic supervisory frame from Michael Jacobs and the late Bernard Ratigan. He now works integratively combining PCA with energy psychology and attachment theory.

In 2007 Dominic was made a Fellow of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy for his "outstanding contribution to the field." In 2015 He received the Practitioner Award from the Sexualities Section of the British Psychological Society. In 2016 he was made a Fellow of the National Counselling Society and just last year was awarded the Lifetime Achievement award from the Sexual Freedom Awards.

Dominic (with Charles Neal) co-edited the first three British textbooks on working with LGBT clients published in 1996 and 2000.

He has pioneered the development of Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversity (GSRD) Therapy in the UK and Europe and is Programme Director of the Foundation Certificate in GSRD Therapy and the Post Graduate Diploma in GSRD Therapy - two international online training programmes www.pinktherapy.org.
Twitter: @PinkTherapyUK and @DominicDavies1


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Queering Psychotherapy
Saturday 22 June 2019








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