ABOUT INCLUSIVE SEXOLOGY
I Believe In Inclusivity
For far too long, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) have not been included in conversations about sex and sexuality. But why? Sexuality is a basic human right that affects all people regardless of their ability.
The goal of Inclusive Sexology is to provide education and counseling services to people with IDD and those who support them in order to help them lead healthy and happy social-sexual lives.
In addition, Inclusive Sexology will work with organizations and school districts to provide innovative and in depth trainings. We will also develop curriculum and offer consulting services to help others better understand how to support the sexuality of people with IDD.
Inclusive Sexology strives to be as inclusive as possible and offers services to support people with any type of disability. At Inclusive Sexology all sexual orientations, identities and relationship styles are celebrated.
Founder & CEO
PhD LMSW, MEd (she/her/hers)
Kat Pheysey is a sexuality consultant, counselor and educator providing sexuality services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and those who support them.
Having worked in the field of IDD for more than fifteen years Kat has seen the need for better sexuality services. This is where her passion for sexuality and people with IDD came together. For the past 8 years Kat has worked to educate and train professionals, families and individuals with IDD in a variety of areas of sexuality.
Originally from the United Kingdom, Kat received her Bachelors degree in Psychology with Neuropsychology from the University of North Wales, Bangor before moving to New York. Here in the United States, Kat continued her education, obtaining her Masters in Social Work from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, obtaining her LMSW in 2014.
Kat then moved her educational focus to sexuality and obtained her MEd in Human Sexuality from Widener University in 2018. Kat earned her PhD in Human Sexuality from Widener University in 2021. The focus of her research was "Factors that Affect the Intended Behaviors of Paid Staff Towards the Sexuality of People with IDD".