Pink Therapists

This page contains the details of our Clinical Associates. They are all highly experienced therapists who run their own independent practices and who have worked for many years with gender and sexual diversity clients. Most have been involved in training other therapists to work with sexual diversity clients. Many have also contributed to the growing body of literature on working with sexual diversity clients.

The Clinical Associate team have a range of specialisms and come from a variety of theoretical modalities or schools of therapy. Feel free to approach any of them for therapy work. They work across the UK.

Dominic Davies
Dominic Davies is the founder and sole director of Pink Therapy.
He has been in practice as a psychotherapist and sex therapist for over 35 years and conceived - and was principal author and co-editor (with Charles Neal) of - the first British textbooks to promote counselling and therapy with sexual diversity clients: Pink Therapy, from which this organisation takes its name.
Our Associates
Speaking Engagements

Dominic was recently asked to give a talk about his experience of 35 years of working as a therapist with LGBTQ+ people.  The presentation was recorded and is online here.  It's a narrated slide presentation lasting one hour.


Dominic will be presenting at the following conferences:

17th World Summit on Positive Psychology & Psychotherapy May 1-3, 2017 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Title: Using Positive Psychology in Training Mental Health Professionals working with Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversity 


23rd Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS)

May 28-31, 2017 Prague, Czech Republic

Title: Developing Critical Sexology in Training. Detailed Programme

COSRT Annual Conference: Clinical Skills for Working with Trauma – its Impact Upon the Client, the Relationship and the Therapist, 17 June, London

Title: A complex emerging trauma in gay men.  Booking & Further details





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