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Our team comprises psychologists, psychotherapists, occupational therapists and highly trained counsellors. We also participate in research and work to raise public awareness through the media. Sex Therapy New Zealand is committed to maintaining the health and wellbeing of both our clients and therapists during this uncertain time. While we strive to meet client needs with appropriate flexibility, we are also committed to following Governmental advice and guidelines and the guidelines of our respective professional bodies. In view of the current Level 1 status, and the continued recommendation for health professionals to use caution and continue to use telehealth facilities wherever possible, some of our therapists may still choose not to meet in person, but will continue to provide therapy via remote services.

New Zealand sex worker wins six-figure sexual harassment payout

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We are taking a proactive approach to ensure employers, facilitators of service and workers in the sex industry understand their rights and legal obligations. Temporary migrants, who breach their visa conditions by working in the New Zealand sex industry, are vulnerable to exploitation. Migrants who don't hold any visa to be in New Zealand are even more vulnerable. These migrants are less likely to be aware of their rights and entitlements than their New Zealand colleagues.

New Zealand sex worker given six-figure sum in sexual harassment case

Prostitution in New Zealand , brothel-keeping, living off the proceeds of someone else's prostitution, and street solicitation are legal in New Zealand and have been since the Prostitution Reform Act came into effect. Coercion of sex workers is illegal. Until , indoor prostitution in New Zealand was governed by the Massage Parlours Act , which allowed brothels to operate in the guise of massage parlours.
A New Zealand sex worker will receive a six-figure payout after filing a sexual harassment case against a business owner. The sum is part of a settlement to compensate the woman for "emotional harm and lost earnings", said the human rights body that represented her. The case served as a reminder that all workers have the right to freedom from sexual harassment at work, it added. But the settlement announced on Monday was viewed as an important milestone for sex workers' rights. Healy was at the forefront of a long campaign to decriminalise sex work in New Zealand, arguing that it would make the profession safer.