Sometimes sexuality, sexual orientation or gender identity are a primary reason for seeking therapy. I have some training and experience in working with these issues and will be very happy to discuss how we might work together if this is the case for you.
For others, these issues are not a primary reason for seeking therapy, but you may be looking for a therapist who has some direct lived experience of sexual diversity and the wider issues that lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans* people face. If this is relevant to you, then it may be helpful to know that I identify as gay and use the pronouns he/him.
For many others gender and sexuality are not relevant to the issues you want to work on or wish to discuss. This will always be respected - my training gives me access to a range of approaches that we can use to explore the issues that are important for you.