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 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 sexual identity and orientation are unrelated to your specific needs in therapy, I provide safety and acceptance for you to explore any aspect of your personal experience.