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Psychotherapy may be short-term or long-term depending on your needs. We work with clients who are dealing with a variety of concerns such as, but not limited to:

- Racial Identity

- Intergenerational Trauma

- Anxiety

- Depression


- Autism spectrum

- Self-esteem

- Navigating Trauma

- Life transitions

- Chronic Illness

- Relationship/marital conflict

- Open relationships (Polyamory, non-monogamy, etc)

- Kink, BDSM

- Sexual and intimacy difficulties

- Infidelity

- Divorce and conscious un-coupling

- Sexual abuse

- Sex work

- Gender exploration and transition

- Letter writing for gender affirming surgeries (free of charge)

- LGBTQIA+ immigration and asylum

- Letter of support for LGBTQIA+ asylum seekers (free of charge)

- Exploration of sexuality

- Coming out

- Intersex variation

indivudal therapy

Individual therapy is a collaborative process that can help clarify your goals, heal from painful or traumatic experiences, build positive coping skills, improve relationships, and become more present overall in your life. We typically start individual therapy by assessing what you would like to accomplish, your strengths, current challenges, and what approach would be most effective in our work together. Additionally, talking with a therapist allows you to get a sense of how you appear to other people, helps you get feedback on whatever you’re feeling, and offers insight on how those emotions are affecting your everyday life. It is an investment in your emotional well-being and actualizing your authentic self.


couples therapy

There are many reasons why couples/polycules decide to go to therapy together — to improve communication, resolve conflict, work on sexual dissatisfaction, and/or to find a healthy and amicable way to end the relationship. The overall goal of couples/polycules counseling is to help each person communicate better, understand each other, respect each other, and know each other's needs.




Couples/polycules often want to work on their sexual relationships as well. We work with couples/polycules struggling with desire issues, arousal issues, and orgasm issues. There are a lot of misconceptions and false expectations around what sex should look and feel like. We encourage couples/polycules to explore sexual adventurousness, erotic expression, openness, non-monogamy, and/or fetishes without judgment.

family therapy

Family therapy is a way of exploring and healing personal issues and/or crises by collaborating with the entire family unit rather than just the individual. In family therapy, we focus on how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are a function of our relationships with others within the family unit. A healthy family is not defined by the absence of conflict, but by how effectively it handles stressors as it responds to everyone's needs. We use therapeutic approaches that are designed to help families improve communication, inner strengths, problem-solve, and enhance their sense of connection to one another. 


LGBTQI therapy



Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual and more (LGBTQIA+) individuals seek counseling for help with the many of the same clinical and life issues as heterosexual and cisgender people– depression, anxiety, relationship issues, work stress, etc. Many issues may appear to have little to do with sexuality or gender identity while others may be intimately connected to their LGBTQIA+ identity.


For folks who identify as transgender and/or non-binary, we provide therapy to increase personal awareness as well as facilitate decision-making around their gender identity and expression. Additionally, there can be group sessions with the individual's family members and/or partners because gender exploration and transition affect everyone.



LGBTQIA+ couples/polycules often face issues such as coming out, acceptance, gender roles, and gender transition which can create and compound stress and disconnection. LGBTQIA+ couples/polycules could benefit from the support and guidance of a culturally competent couples therapist to restore the health of a relationship. If you and your partner(s) are struggling to communicate and connect, LGBTQIA+ couples/polycules counseling can help you cultivate openness, compassion, and trust.




Families often believe that youth have to be adults before they can truly know that they are LGBTQIA+. Today, children and young people are coming out at younger ages, which significantly increases the risk for victimization and stress in the family, school, and community settings. LGBTQIA+ affirming family therapy provides an opportunity to support these young individuals and their families. Allowing a young person to openly explore their sexuality and/or gender identity in a safe and affirming space can also help families understand the impact of acceptance and rejection on their child’s well-being.


Insurance companies or surgeons may require letters for gender affirming medical care from transgender and non-binary individuals who would otherwise not seek counseling. We provide free short-term support to ensure a safe environment for our clients. We follow the GALAP guidelines to support our clients.​ We can also provide letters of support necessary for individuals who need to update their legal documentation such as name change, birth certificate, passport, social security, and drivers' license. ​​

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