TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY | MATT VALENTINE-CHASE
How It Works - Training and Consultancy
NB: Matt is not currently offering group training or consultancy. For 1-1 training/coaching please enquire.
Matt specialises in sex and disability, sexual expression, sex worker support services and policy overviews and reviews. He has a background in social care as well as counselling and therapy. If your area, modality or organisation are not mentioned below, please do get in touch with Matt to see if he can help you.
Consultancy and training for:
Sex work projects
Social and health care companies
Social care staff
Therapists (including therapy practices)
Sex workers and practices that offer on-site services
Care providers: support with:
Providing person-centred care
Including sexual expression in your care plans and policies
Information around the psycho-emotional effects of:
Where to go to facilitate your client's sexual and emotional needs
Capacity and safeguarding
Awareness of laws affecting sexual expression*
as examples, please enquire with your requirements.
Sex work and related projects: support with:
Policy and procedures reviews
Providing person-centred and harm reduction support
Writing and implementing career progression procedures
Basic listening and reflecting skills
Conducting focus groups with your service users
Understanding the difference between facilitation and rescue
plus general developmental needs for your organisation and your staff.
Independent practitioners and counselling organisations: support with:
For counsellors, therapists and related practices:
How to talk easily about sex
Is your practice sex worker friendly?
Is your practice HandiAble friendly?
Managing the work-life balance
and more... please enquire.
Matt often delivers training with humour and is very down to earth. An award winning sex positive practitioner, Matt can adapt your training to the needs of your service, yourself or your staff. For a quote please email Matt.
*The law around capacity, safeguarding, disability and equality is looked at in training and consultancy as a consideration only, informing your policies and practice. This is not formal legal training and Matt is not a lawyer.