Meet Q is a unique and real conversation about LGBTQI+ mental health hosted by experts in the field.
Based on a fictional client, “Q”, Dr. Dave Demmer and Dr. Jamie Byrne (clinical psychologists), and Dr. Thomas Dickson (GP), discuss the science and research around various topics of mental health including self-worth, attachment, gender dysphoria, relationship difficulties, and managing emotions, all within an LGBTQI+ affirmative framework. The trio will take you through what’s new in understanding and supporting your mental health in a Pod that’s fresh, informed, and engaging.
Here I am: Living positive
Meet Q, a gay man living with HIV who's still navigating himself. Join Dr. Dave, Dr. Jamie, and Dr. Tom on World AIDS Day as they talk all things HIV history, stigma, and the changing landscape of what it means to be living with HIV.
Nothing taboo about it: Let’s talk sex
Meet Q, a 19-year-old who is trying to figure out sex as a queer person. Join Dr. Dave, Dr. Jamie, and Dr. Tom as they talk all things sex ed; exploring sex, orgasms, and connections, while debunking some myths about sex along the way.
Making space for two
Meet Q, a 35-year-old woman in a relationship with someone who is struggling with their own mental health difficulties. Dr. Dave, Dr. Jamie, and Dr. Tom look at making space for yourself and your relationship when you have a partner who needs support.
Yearning for connection: A tale of avoidant attachment
Meet Q, a 40 year-old lesbian who feels she’s just not made for relationships. Join Dr. Dave, Dr. Jamie, and Dr. Tom as they chat about avoidant attachment, what emotional availability means, and how to be brave in the face of vulnerability.
Needy, meeny miny, moe - Normalising needs
Meet Q. He’s a mid 30’s gay man struggling to express his needs in his new relationship. Dr. Dave, Dr. Jamie, and Dr. Tom chat about understanding and expressing needs in relationships, ethical non-monogamy, and how to address criticism and defensiveness in relationships.
Kinky consent is cool
Meet Q, a gay man who doesn't know where his limits are with sex or how to communicate these to his partner.
Dr Tom, Dr Dave, and Dr Jamie chat about consent, erotic themes, and kink. The gang cover strategies for navigating communication in the bedroom (or alternate locations if you're so inclined). They talk about how trust, play, and consent are essential for sex no matter if it's vanilla or kinky. Join them on an exploration of what it is for us to be erotic.
Such a great podcast! So Informative and loge how's its catered to the LGBTQIA+ community. Gives great insight and I couldn't recommend it more