Ask Pink Freud : Bi-Monthly Column

In this column I will answers questions and queries based on my training and experience with my clients.

Editor’s Note: We’re happy to welcome yet another new member to the GaysiFamily. Pink Freud is a counseling psychotherapist in training. He currently sees clients for therapy part time. He also manages a large team in a corporate environment when he is not ‘in the therapist’s chair’. He wants to specialise in working with LGBT individuals, couples and groups over the long term. As a gay man, who came out 10 years ago, he understands the unique struggles of the LGBT community and is here to help.

You can e-mail your questions to p.freud@ymail.com ( or via Gaysi Contact Form) and he will respond to you via the Gaysi Family website.

 

As part of the Gaysi Family, I would like to help readers who have specific issues that they might want advise or guidance with. In this column I will answer questions and queries based on my training and experience with my clients. If you have issues with family, friends, work or school I will try to help you with my professional perspective. I don’t have all the answers but I will be a friendly shoulder to lean on and someone who will listen  to you. On a bi-monthly basis, I will answer letters that you send in. All letters will be posted anonymously. No names or reference to anyone will be disclosed.

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Pink Freud

Pink Freud is a counselling psychotherapist in training. He currently sees therapy clients part time and manages a large team in a corporate environment when he is not 'in the therapist's chair'. Long term, he wants to specialise in working with LGBT individuals, couples and groups. As a gay man, who came out 10 years ago, he understands the unique struggles of the LGBT community and is here to help. You can e-mail your questions to p.freud@ymail.com and he will respond to you via the Gaysi Family website.