“Screening? Oh no! You mean I have to give you my real-life information?”
Hey. I totally get that giving personal info to someone you haven’t met yet can feel like a big leap of faith in this day and age. HOWEVER. Seeing a provider who screens is absolutely a 2-way street. It keeps both of us safe. (If you’d like an explanation of how seeing a provider who screens all her clients makes YOU far less likely to get beat up or arrested, feel free to ask.)
The companion-client relationship requires mutual trust and an understanding that both of us require confidentiality and privacy and, above all, safety.
This is why I will NEVER see a client without one of the following (and please don’t ask):
1. References from two reputable providers you have seen within the last year OR
2. P411 membership (now accepting new members; please contact me if you are interested) OR
3. A work screening, confirming your identity through your occupation. This information will be treated with UTMOST CONFIDENTIALITY and will be deleted as soon as it is no longer necessary. I do not keep detailed logs of clients and their personal information. (Let me know if you are willing to supply me with this information but prefer to do so verbally/over the phone.)
A work screening can be as simple as a LinkedIn profile or an e-mail from your work address with a business domain.
To set up a date, please complete the form below.
Please DO NOT ask if we can “meet in public” instead of a proper screening. Screening is not about a “gut feeling”–it requires actual data about your standing in the world. Additionally, this kind of request immediately sends up a red flag about your safety as a client.
If you are not willing to be screened using one of the methods above, please don’t make contact and waste my time and yours. Thank you.
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