Casey is a Registered Counsellor, with a special interest in trauma, relationships, parenting, sexuality and gender. She has a Masters Degree in Research Psychology, where her research looked at experiences of school based sex education. She is a co-founder of two continued professional development groups for health professionals, the Sexuality and Gender Identity Group, and the Non-Monogamies Interest Group. She also previously served on the Executive Committees of the Sexuality and Gender Division (SGD) of PsySSA, and the Southern African Sexual Health Association (SASHA). Much of her career has focused on the emotional and psychological implications for people in a society where open and honest conversations about gender, sex, and sexual wellbeing, are frowned upon. She has a passion for sexuality and relationship education, which extends past the school domain. She has been a guest speaker at various events, speaking to adult (young and older) audiences about a variety of topics, including sex and pleasure, navigating consent in a world of blurry boundaries, sexual wellbeing, to the importance – and difficulties – of communicating about sex within relationships. Casey created Tools for Having “The Talks” a series of workshops for parents and caregivers. These workshops provide parents and caregivers with information, skills and confidence to speak with their children about bodies, consent and bodily autonomy, and sex and family creation; in age-appropriate ways, from nursery school all the way up.