Chai-Yoel runs Joel Korn Psychotherapy Training, Chai- Yoel (gender pronoun: they/ them) describes themselves as an LGBTQIA+ and HIV activist and ally, a passionate expert, motivational speaker and trainer. Chai-Yoel also has experience of writing around themes of well-being and other specialisms for journals and magazines. Chai – Yoel’s public speaking has taken me across the world. In 2011 they delivered a workshop on ‘Dealing with Difficult Emotions as part of the Happy Life Conference in Taipei, Taiwan. Following being on the interfaith panel at Pink Therapy’s Intersectional Conference in March 2019, their paper "The Chicken Soup of Identity" has been accepted for a book called “Non-Binary Lives: An Anthology of Intersecting Identities”. Editor Dr Jos Twist, Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust. Associate editors: Dr Meg-Jon.Barker, Dr Ben Vincent, Dr Kat Gupta, and Dang Nguyen. This is due to be on the shelves by April 2020. Chai-Yoel’s career background is in 1999, left the stress of the hospitality and catering industry, since then Chai-Yoel has worked in the LGBTQ and HIV fields of health, social and youth work helping people to take charge of their health and well-being. Chai – Yoel is an experienced Community Development and Volunteer Development worker, skilled at engaging marginalized communities such as the: BAME, Faith, and LGBT communities. Adept at developing trusting and respectful relationships, finding creative methods to reach out to both young people and adults. Specialisms include: Sex and Relationship emotional support for those living with learning support needs and physical disabilities. Gender, Sexuality and Sexual Expression, including working with clients around addictions, ChemSex and managing recreational drug use. Relational Body Psychotherapy. - Trauma. Young People Aged 13+.