When you’re in therapy, you don’t want to have to explain your identity/ies, cultures, gender, queerness, or your experience to a therapist who doesn’t get it. Identity is complicated for many of us.
There are so many ways to live queerness and gender or any other aspect of identity. Many people struggle, questioning, I don’t feel queer enough….. Am I really non-binary if……?
I make it my practice and intention to not make assumptions about other people’s experiences or identities, and to make space in the therapy room for all experiences and identities.
I welcome people who are SWANA, all spiritual folks, immigrant, non-binary, trans, intersex, queer, questioning, bisexual, pansexual, lesbian, gay, asexual, neurodivergent, disabled, and people with some or all of these intersecting identities. You can show up as all of who you are, knowing that I will do my best not to make assumptions about your experience and to create as much space as possible for your fullest self.