WORKING THERAPEUTICALLY WITH CLIENTS WHO HAVE INTERSEX VARIATIONS Jane Czyzselska & Valentino Vecchietti
There has never been a better time for therapists to ensure that they are equipped to support intersex people in their practice. The UK intersex population is upwards of 1.1 million (1.7%)
Time & Location
28 Apr 2019, 10:00 – 16:00
Terapia @ The Bothy, 19 E End Rd, London N3 2SU, UK
About The Event
Research has shown that there is a significant need for therapeutic support in
the intersex population, particularly where trauma is created through nonconsensual
surgeries and medical intervention in infancy and childhood.
The UK Gender Recognition Act consultation 2018 included questions for
intersex people and in 2019 the UK Government launched a variation in sex characteristics call for
evidence survey, to more fully understand the experiences of intersex people.
During our workshops, practitioners gain a deeper understanding of the following:
- Differences between physical sex characteristics, sexuality, and gender identity.
- We provide comprehensive knowledge of the many physical variations in sex characteristics covered by the umbrella term ‘intersex’.
- Explaining the existential challenges
- Human rights abuses in the UK and world wide
About the Speakers
Jane Czyzselska is an integrative psychotherapist working with LGBTIQ and NB people,
as well as cis-gendered heterosexuals, including other intersections such as race, class,
and disability. Jane’s 2016 master’s research focussed on the lived experience of intersex
clients in therapy. Jane is the former editor of lesbian and bi women’s magazine, DIVA.
Valentino Vecchietti is an intersex human rights campaigner, writer, and public speaker.
They have presented at Intersex Human Rights Conferences internationally. They provide
consultation to: LGBT Organizations, UK Government Equalities Office, and in the arts for
mixed media, film, and theatre. They work with universities to produce projects and
research regarding intersex human rights. firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Bird available 15/02/19