Martin is a Professor of Counselling Psychology at Regent’s University London and also works in independent practice as a Chartered Counselling Psychologist and psychotherapist. Martin has previously served on the inaugural Committee of the Section when it was first established as the Lesbian and Gay Psychology Section and was keynote speaker at our 2015 AGM event. He is also a former Chair of the British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Counselling Psychology. In 2012 Martin received the BPS Award for the promoting of equality of opportunity. He has published widely on the topic of sexuality in the context of counselling and psychotherapy and his most recent book was titled ‘Sexuality: Existential perspectives’ (Milton, 2014). I interviewed Martin in January 2016 about how he became involved in the Section, his career as both an academic and practitioner and the relationship between homophobia and mental health. What follows is an edited version of our conversation – Adam Jowett
|Journal||Psychology of Sexualities Section Review|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2016|
Bibliographical noteThis is a pre-publication version of the following article: Jowett, A. (2016) Moving beyond the binaries: Adam Jowett in conversation with Martin Milton. Psychology of Sexualities Review, volume 7 (1).
- LGBTQ psychology