We offer kink-friendly therapy and poly-friendly therapy to people across the world.
For those of us who have felt judged, marginalised or discriminated against because we’re kinky or non-monogamous, it’s really important to feel seen, heard and safe in therapy.
Unfortunately though, many therapists aren’t comfortable or confident talking kink, BDSM, polyamory and non-monogamy. We are.
You might be dabbling in kinky play and want to explore more, or live a 24/7 BDSM lifestyle and are starting to find it challenging. Perhaps you’re confused or worried about your fantasies and fetishes? Or you might just be a kinkster looking for help with something else entirely. Whatever brings you to therapy, you will want to work with a therapist who understands and accepts all of you.
Your Time To Talk embraces the Guidelines for Working with People with Kink Interests created by the Kink Clinical Practice Guidelines Project.
It’s just the same with non-monogamy and polyamory.
We can support you if you’re new to non-monogamy and want to take time to think and talk things through before you open your relationship. If you’re already non-monogamous or polyamorous, we can guide you through any challenges you might face, like poly-saturation, jealousy, envy or fear, or a breakdown in communication.
We’re highly experienced in supporting partners creating or renegotiating relationship agreements. And we work with you to build the communication skills that are essential in non-monogamous relationships; even more so than in monogamous relationships.
At Your Time To Talk, we work with all genders, sexualities, erotic desires and practices, and relationships between consenting adults. With individuals and those in intimate relationships, including couples, polycules, and all shapes and sizes of multi-partner relationships.
Di works with people all over the world because her down-to-earth approach to therapy, coupled with her knowledge and experience of kink/BDSM and non-monogamy, are a pretty unique combination. She also has the pleasure of training other therapists to work with kinky and non-monogamous clients.