Hello there, Beloved, Kinky Folks!
Kink-Friendly Therapists. Have you been feeling down recently? If so, is it related to aspects of your kinky lifestyle? Whether you’re a sex worker dealing with trauma, struggling to express vulnerability, or a submissive feeling shame about your kinks and tendencies, it’s okay to seek support. Feeling confused, lost or having the desire to share your thoughts without judgement is understandable.
Being part of an online BDSM community can be a beautiful experience, connecting with like-minded individuals who won’t judge us. However, sometimes connecting with random people online may not be enough. What’s going on inside your head is more ingrained and is having negative effects on your mental well-being, and you may need to seek advice from professional Kink-Friendly Therapists.
There are times when one is internally suffering so much. Although the world may still see that beautiful smile on your face, deep down inside, you are in constant war with yourself—struggling to sleep, feeling anxious, losing your sense of self, and feeling trapped. Maybe you think no one will truly understand or judge you, so you keep it bottled up and suffer most days.
If this sounds like you, the good news is our community has some amazing kink-friendly therapists that you can talk to. I’m going to name three who are specialists in this field. I hope this list helps you find the help you are looking for.
Top 3 Empowering Kink-Friendly Therapists: Nurturing Positivity for Mental Well-being
1. Mistress Veronica Viper – Kink-Friendly Therapists
Mistress Veronica Viper is a Kink-Friendly Therapists. I recently interviewed her about ‘What is kink counselling? Can BDSM help one’s mental health?’
I have referred many people to Mistress Veronica Viper, and they always come back telling me how helpful she is and how much a kink counselling session with her really helped them. I feature some reviews about her kink counselling on my site; you can check them out here. I will also ask you to check her site where she breaks down in her own words what kink counselling is and gives you the details of how you can apply to her online counselling services and in-person counselling services. Here is a link to her website.
As always, if you are part of the kink community and looking for a kink-friendly therapist, I highly recommend reaching out to Mistress Veronica Viper.
Mistress Veronica Viper: Twitter.
2. Divine Theratrix – Kink-Friendly Therapists
I’m a huge fan of Lara, also known as Divine Theratrix. Divine Theratrix is a certified counselling therapist and a Kink-Friendly Therapists. I absolutely love her Instagram account, where she provides a great number of informative videos on mental health. I highly recommend you go and check out her Instagram. Additionally, Divine Theratrix hosts workshops and free sex ed videos.
Divine Theratrix is also the owner of the uniquely designed Centaur Studios, a playspace I have visited. As mentioned earlier, it’s unique in its design, and there’s even a meditation-type room, which is really cool. It has a nice vibe to it. You know that feeling you get when you enter a place and instantly feel comfortable? Well, that’s how I felt when I visited Centaur Studios for the very first time.
If you would like to learn more about Divine Theratrix’s ‘Talk Confidentially Services,’ I recommend visiting her site here. You will find all the details you need, from areas of specialism to how to book talk sessions, as well as reading some wonderful reviews.
If you are looking for a kink counsellor based on the positive feedback from some of my friends in the community who have used Divine Theratrix’s services, I couldn’t recommend her enough.
Divine Theratrix – Twitter.
3. Domina Jemma – Kink-Friendly Therapists
Domina Jemma has been a therapist for 20+ years. Kaz B and I interviewed Domina Jemma on Twitter Spaces, and I was truly blown away by her knowledge and how her brain works. She gave us so much food for thought that she certainly inspired both me and Kaz. She is one of my favourite BDSM Kinkducators in the BDSM scene. Usually, when I ask questions on Twitter relating to mental health, Domina Jemma, in most instances, responds and provides answers I’m either looking for or gets my brain ticking.
Domina Jemma also has her own private equipped dungeon in Swansea, South Wales.
If you are thinking of reaching out to Domina Jemma to discuss Therapy’s, I recommend visiting her site here.
Domina Jemma has a warm personality and is easy to talk to. If you are looking for a kink counsellor, please do not hesitate to reach out to her or inquire further.
Domina Jemma: Twitter.
There we have it, Kinky Folks!
Here are three of the best Kinky-Friendly Therapists in the BDSM scene. More importantly, your mental well-being is the number one priority, and I hope with the recommendations I have provided, you find all the support you need to get back on your feet again.
P.S. If you are a submissive man and would like to connect with more like-minded individuals, did you know that I run a private submissive men’s support group on Twitter?
Lastly, if you enjoyed reading the article on Kink-Friendly Therapists, please share it with anyone who may benefit from reading it or is in desperate need of Kink-Friendly Therapists.
Hit me up on Twitter or drop me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to join. You can learn more details about why I created the group here.
Much Kink Love,
P.S. Did you know that I recently published a book titled “SEXUAL EQUANIMITY”? It is a BDSM story told through an emotional journal, somewhat like the submissive version of Bridget Jones. Learn more below: https://https://www.podopheleus.com/the-book-sexual-equanimity/