Naomi is a clinical sexologist and has been working in the field of human sexuality and relationships for over 14 years. Until 2017 when she moved to Brisbane she was teaching Human Sexuality at a University in Adelaide, facilitating a training course in human sexuality for professionals and students and doing private work. Naomi completed a Masters of Health Science in Sexual Health, Arts Degree with a double major in Gender and Politics and is currently completing a Postgraduate Degree in Counselling.
Naomi is passionate about the rights of all people to be able to experience the joy of positive and inclusive sexuality, sexual health & wellbeing. Naomi works with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and strives to understand and acknowledge the way race, culture, ability, gender and sexuality intersect in people’s lives. Her youngest client was 6 and oldest couple were 90.
Over the years her sexology work has seen her working in schools, prisons, youth agencies, TAFE, Universities, health centre’s, and doing various media commentary. Naomi has extensive experience working with members of the LGBTIQ+ community and their families, as well as years of experience working with and supporting other clinicians, professionals, students, parents and caregivers around ways to positively approach topics such as growth and development, puberty, relationships, sexuality and gender.
Most of her work is now focussed on couples or individuals, of all genders and sexualities, supporting them to open their communication, deepen their emotional connection and experience a healthy sexuality, thriving relationship and sexual life.