I have built this practice around serving the LGBTQ+ community, my community, because I know first-hand the struggle of finding a competent and compassionate mental health professional who will affirm and support my identity while helping me work through whatever has brought me to therapy. I want my clients to know they are in a safe, welcome space where who they are is accepted and celebrated.
Together, we can tackle a wide variety of issues related to your mental health without having to have those uncomfortable conversations about whether or not who you are is okay. It absolutely is. Who you are is welcome here.
I offer supportive therapy for those in the community, even if your sexual or gender identity has nothing to do with what brings you in. I also offer therapy for those considering or preparing for gender transition, currently experiencing social or medical transition, or already living fully as their true self.