Gay Stereotypes and Self esteem

In my work as a psychotherapist it can be difficult to describe what exactly it is that a psychotherapist does. At times I find the words hiding themselves so well that I can’t put a simple sentence together that answers the question. In such times as these we all fall back on generalisations. Ideas that are so broad they could apply to almost anything and yet still have some useful meaning. Complaints are often made about the stereotypes of psychotherapists in the media being very unhelpful. I find the same is true when I am asked about myself as a gay man. The difficulty that I find in defining myself has led in the past to taking on board some very unhelpful stereotypes. The skill

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