Etik, mål, tavshedspligt & guidelines

for Best Clinical Pratice

TAVSHEDSPLIGT

Jeg har tavshedspligt, og ingen oplysninger vil blive delt med nogen. 

ETIK

Respekten for det enkelte menneske og lydhørhed overfor dine valg er et naturligt udgangspunkt for alt mit terapeutiske arbejde. Terapi er en samskabende proces, hvor jeg er rådighed både som terapeut og menneske for dig. I mit arbejde bestræber jeg mig på at lytte fordomsfrit til det hele menneske, og udvise en total accept af dine valg i livet.

RETNINGER OG METODER I MIN TERAPI

Min terapi er dybt ressourceorienteret- og fokuseret på at levere resultater med dig, så hver session giver mening. Jeg bruger metoder fra både kognitiv- og gestaltterapi, indre barn-terapi, bodynamic og essensterapi. I individuel og parterapi vil det ofte være samtale, men indimellem kan indgå få kropslige øvelser. Jeg arbejder næsten altid med en form for dagbog, som du fører mellem sessions, så du kan registrere hver dag, hvad der sker, men netop de emner vi arbejder med. Dette gør terapien dobbelt så effektiv, da vi hele tiden kan forholde os til hvad der reelt foregår i netop DIN virkelighed, og måle terapiens effekt.

 

​KROPPENS BETYDNING I TERAPEUTISK ARBEJDE

Kroppen er et fantastisk redskab i den terapeutiske proces, og under arbejdet med mig lærer du at ”Spørge kroppen” og lytte til dens svar. Stress, traumer og chock sætter sig i kroppen, og når vi lærer at lytte til den, og forstå hvorfor den reagerer som den gør, kan vi ændre det.

SEXUALITETEN SOM BANNERFØRE FOR NY UDVIKLING

Sexualiteten er en fantastisk kraft, der ofte har sit eget liv, og fører os til «græsgange» hvor der er ny læring for os. Hvis vi lærer at lytte til kroppens lyster, så vil vi ofte opdage, at tør vi folde vores drømme ud vil det ændre vores liv i en mere positiv retning. Men ofte spærrer skam, manglende selvtillid, skyld og monogami for udviklingen. Kan vi lære at have en mere åben dialog med vores partner og os selv, vil det være muligt at få skammen til at forsvinde og leve et friere, sjovere og mere seksuelt liv.

KLINISKE GUIDELINES FOR TERAPI MED KLIENTER DER PRAKTISERER KINK

I 2019 udkom den længe ventede internationela guideline til kinkvenlige, sexpositive terapeuter.

Jeg følger disse guidelines og her kan du læse dem i overskrifter :

Clinical Practice Guidelines for Working with People with Kink Interests

Guideline 1: Clinicians understand that kink is used as an umbrella term for a wide range of consensual erotic or intimate behaviors, fantasies, relationships, and identities.

Guideline 2: Clinicians will be aware of their professional competence and scope of practice when working with clients who are exploring kink or who are kink-identified, and will consult, obtain supervision, and/or refer as appropriate to best serve their clients.

Guideline 3: Clinicians understand that kink fantasies, interests, behaviors, relationships and/or identities, by themselves, do not indicate the presence of psychopathology, a mental disorder or the inability of individuals to control their behavior.

Guideline 4: Clinicians understand that kink is not necessarily a response to trauma, including abuse.

Guideline 5: Clinicians recognize that kink intersects with other identities in ways that may shape how kink is expressed and experienced.

Guideline 6: Clinicians understand that kink may sometimes facilitate the exploration and expression of a range of gender, relationship, and sexuality interests and identities.

Guideline 7: Clinicians recognize how stigma, discrimination, and violence directed at people involved in kink can affect their health and well-being.

Guideline 8: Clinicians understand the centrality of consent and how it is managed in kink interactions and power-exchange relationships.

Guideline 9: Clinicians understand that kink experiences can lead to healing, personal growth, and empowerment.

Guideline 10: Clinicians consider how generational differences can influence kink behaviors and identities.

Guideline 11: Clinicians understand that kink interests may be recognized at any age.

Guideline 12: Clinicians understand that there is a wide variety of family structures among kink-identified individuals.

Guideline 13: Clinicians do not assume that kink involvement has a negative effect on parenting.

Guideline 14: Clinicians do not assume that any concern arising in therapy is caused by kink.  

Guideline 15: Clinicians understand that reparative or conversion therapies are unethical. Similarly, clinicians avoid attempts to eradicate consensual kink behaviors and identities.

Guideline 16: Clinicians understand that distress about kink may reflect internalized stigma, oppression, and negativity rather than evidence of a disorder.

Guideline 17: Clinicians should evaluate their own biases, values, attitudes, and feelings about kink and address how those can affect their interactions with clients on an ongoing basis.

Guideline 18: Clinicians understand that societal stereotypes about kink may affect the client's presentation in treatment and the process of therapy.

Guideline 19: Clinicians understand that intimate partner violence / domestic violence (IPV/DV) can co-exist with kink activities or relationships. Clinicians should ensure their assessments for IPV/DV are kink-informed.

Guideline 20: Clinicians strive to remain informed about the current scientific literature about kink and avoid misuse or misrepresentation of findings and methods.

Guideline 21: Clinicians support the development of professional education and training on kink-related issues.

Guideline 22: Clinicians make reasonable efforts to familiarize themselves with health, educational, and community resources relevant to clients who are exploring kink or who have a kink identity.

Guideline 23: Clinicians support social change to reduce stigma regarding kink.

KINK CLINICAL GUIDELINES DEC. 2019

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