Naomi Hutchings is a clinical sexologist and has been working solely in the area of sexual health and relationships education and training for more than nine years. Naomi holds a Masters of Health Science in Sexual Health from the University of Sydney. Naomi was drawn to this work out of a strong desire to improve the sexual health education curriculum and sexual wellbeing for all people and communities. Naomi brings this same passion and commitment with her whether working at an educational level in a school or university, through public speaking or media interviews or consulting with individuals, couples and families.
Her work is wide and varied and has seen her working with people from a variety of diverse backgrounds and ages and she is happy working one on one or in the couples/family context. She has extensive experience working with young people about their sexual health and in particular those whom are same sex attracted and gender diverse. She has much experience working and supporting parents around how to approach puberty, sexuality and other topics. She has worked in a variety of different settings such as schools, prisons, youth agencies, TAFE, Universities, health centre’s as well as being consulted as a ‘sexpert’ on various forms of media