Just like any client who shows up in my office, you bring your human need for emotional, relational, and psychological health. As someone from the LGBTQIA+ community, you may also bring another level of complexity to your therapy. Coming out, family acceptance, understanding and developing your sexual and/or gender identity, forming healthy relationships, and managing social stigma are just some of the specialized concerns you may be facing. I work with individuals, couples, and families dealing with issues related to sexual/gender identity, gender dysphoria, and sexual orientation. If your gender identity and sexual orientation are unrelated to your specific needs in therapy, I provide safety and acceptance for you to explore any aspect of your personal experience.