Therapy for bisexuals and pansexuals
This survey deals with wishes and experiences with therapies. The participation is important because the evaluation of the survey is passed on to the VLSP (Association for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, intersexuals and queer people in psychology).
Since this subject is certainly very personal for most people, here again the note: All information is voluntary, the survey-performers have no interest in publishing personal data. However, we want to enable an improvement of the therapies for bisexuals and pansexuals. Therefore, we will of course evaluate and publish the survey. Those who do not want this may not participate in this survey.
What do you think about counselling and psychotherapy?
I find it very helpful and have already accepted such offers.
I find it helpful sometimes and have already accepted such offers.
I find it helpful, but have not yet accepted such offers, but I could imagine to accept them.
For others I find such a helpful thing, but for me it is not currently an option.
For others maybe, but I reject something like that.
I refuse that kind of thing. I'm not crazy.
I'm afraid of that.
I provide counseling and/or psychotherapy myself.
This always depends on the offer.
Have you already been in psychotherapy (as patient / client)?
Yes, several times.
Yes, one time.
I'm just planning ...
If you have been in psychotherapy, do you still know what method?
I have not been in psychotherapy.
Don't remember / don't know.
Deep Psychologically Based Therapy
Conversion therapy (dubious)
No real therapy, only counselling
Which experiences have you made with counselling / psychotherapy in relation to your bisexuality/pansexuality?
I have not had any advice/psychotherapy.
My sexual orientation did not matter.
My sexual orientation was accepted without prejudice.
My openness about my sexual orientation was praised.
I was persuaded/suggested that I was not bisexual/pansexual.
I was told I was actually gay.
I was told I was actually heterosexual.
It was suggested that my sexual orientation was to blame for my problems.
The therapy or consulting person had knowledge of bisexuality/pansexuality.
The therapy or consulting person had no (or too few) knowledge of bisexuality/pansexuality.
My sexual orientation was hushed up by the therapist or consultative person after my coming out.
The therapist or counseling person gave me a better feeling with my sexual orientation.
The therapist or consultant wanted to treat me to a heterosexual person.
The consultant or therapist has referred me to people who have more experience/knowledge about bisexuality/pansexuality.
Jokes about my sexual orientation were made by the consultant or therapist.
The consultant or therapist has crossed the line.
I was competently advised regarding my sexual orientation.
After the therapy/counseling I was able to better accept my sexual orientation.
My advice/therapy has supported my coming out process.
My advice/therapy has positively influenced my relationship(s) with my partner(s).
extensive knowledge about bisexuality/pansexuality of the consultant/therapist
absolute acceptance of bisexuality/pansexuality
further training of the consultant and therapist on the subject of bisexuality/pansexuality
... that the consultant or therapist admits that she_he is not so familiar with it.
positive reinforcement in my sexual orientation
confrontation with the pros and cons of my sexual orientation
experience with the treatment of other bisexuals and pansexuals
special events for bisexuals and pansexuals
Group therapy with other bisexuals and pansexuals
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