LGBTQ+ Affirming Therapists in Washington, DC

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Beth A Parker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW, LCSW-C
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20009
I am experienced with and supportive of queer, trans, and gender diverse individuals.
I work with people who would like to feel more satisfaction and less distress within themselves and in their relationships with others. My clients’ concerns often include depression and anxiety, emotional distress, or traumatic experiences as an adult or in childhood. I have extensive experience supporting the needs of LGBTQIA and heterosexual people who are family building, have had challenges in their path to parenthood, or challenges during the perinatal or postpartum/post adoption period. You can visit my website at www.BethParkerLICSW.com for more information about me.
I am experienced with and supportive of queer, trans, and gender diverse individuals.
I work with people who would like to feel more satisfaction and less distress within themselves and in their relationships with others. My clients’ concerns often include depression and anxiety, emotional distress, or traumatic experiences as an adult or in childhood. I have extensive experience supporting the needs of LGBTQIA and heterosexual people who are family building, have had challenges in their path to parenthood, or challenges during the perinatal or postpartum/post adoption period. You can visit my website at www.BethParkerLICSW.com for more information about me.
(202) 600-9607 View (202) 600-9607
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Katherine Hurley
Counselor, PhD, NCC, LGPC
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20036  (Online Only)
Hurley’s specialties include anxiety, depression, identity, LGBTQ+ community clientele, neurodiversity, trauma, and career counseling.
Dr. Hurley (she/her) believes that you come to therapy with everything you need to heal and move toward the life you want to lead. She believes that exploring identity, including your intersectional ones, your family of origin and relationships, and the systems around you can be a powerful path to knowing yourself and creating a life that tells the story of everything you hope to say. Through exploration, empowerment, and empathy, therapy can help you toward identifying and integrating the parts of your story that make you who you are. Together, we’ll explore your narratives, your goals and tools to get you where you want to be.
Hurley’s specialties include anxiety, depression, identity, LGBTQ+ community clientele, neurodiversity, trauma, and career counseling.
Dr. Hurley (she/her) believes that you come to therapy with everything you need to heal and move toward the life you want to lead. She believes that exploring identity, including your intersectional ones, your family of origin and relationships, and the systems around you can be a powerful path to knowing yourself and creating a life that tells the story of everything you hope to say. Through exploration, empowerment, and empathy, therapy can help you toward identifying and integrating the parts of your story that make you who you are. Together, we’ll explore your narratives, your goals and tools to get you where you want to be.
(202) 759-3121 View (202) 759-3121
Anagha Srikanth
Counselor, MS, LGPC, NCC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20010  (Online Only)
If you've ever felt as if you had to choose one part of yourself over another in order to be seen, you're not alone. As a queer, first-generation immigrant, I developed a deep understanding of the nuances of intersectional identities, sociocultural values and the self from an early age. I seek to provide a compassionate space to hold all of you in your complexity. Only then can we explore and integrate your emotions and experiences into your own personal healing journey, in whatever shape that takes in the context of your life.
If you've ever felt as if you had to choose one part of yourself over another in order to be seen, you're not alone. As a queer, first-generation immigrant, I developed a deep understanding of the nuances of intersectional identities, sociocultural values and the self from an early age. I seek to provide a compassionate space to hold all of you in your complexity. Only then can we explore and integrate your emotions and experiences into your own personal healing journey, in whatever shape that takes in the context of your life.
(833) 781-7963 View (833) 781-7963
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Julia Han
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20006
Welcome to my site. Finding the right therapist can be daunting, so let me give you a sense of how I work. Most appreciate how engaged & active I am, We will explore not only the reasons for your difficulties, BUT more importantly, how stress affects your body; how you internalize thoughts of self & others. Thoughts lead to-> Beliefs -> Habits; automatic responses. I will give you tools to help with difficult emotions. I specialize in: 1) postpartum, 2) trauma/grief, 3) non-traditional family formation, 4) adoption, 5) ThirdCultureKid, 6) LGBTQ. I am open to explore non-traditional methods to assist you in the healing process.
Welcome to my site. Finding the right therapist can be daunting, so let me give you a sense of how I work. Most appreciate how engaged & active I am, We will explore not only the reasons for your difficulties, BUT more importantly, how stress affects your body; how you internalize thoughts of self & others. Thoughts lead to-> Beliefs -> Habits; automatic responses. I will give you tools to help with difficult emotions. I specialize in: 1) postpartum, 2) trauma/grief, 3) non-traditional family formation, 4) adoption, 5) ThirdCultureKid, 6) LGBTQ. I am open to explore non-traditional methods to assist you in the healing process.
(202) 643-2966 View (202) 643-2966
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Briana Flesch
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW, LCSW-C, CST
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20006
Areas of interest under this umbrella include working with LGBTQ people, consensual non-monogamous relationships, and I am a kink competent therapist.
I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years experience working with adults and couples. With a warm but direct approach I encourage a client in their personal growth and development. I utilize a mix of therapies, with a strong basis in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and strengths based theories. I earned my B.A. in psychology and my Master of Social Work at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale. In previous internship and work experiences, I have worked in a variety of different settings including intensive community based programs, inpatient hospitals and outpatient services.
Areas of interest under this umbrella include working with LGBTQ people, consensual non-monogamous relationships, and I am a kink competent therapist.
I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years experience working with adults and couples. With a warm but direct approach I encourage a client in their personal growth and development. I utilize a mix of therapies, with a strong basis in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and strengths based theories. I earned my B.A. in psychology and my Master of Social Work at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale. In previous internship and work experiences, I have worked in a variety of different settings including intensive community based programs, inpatient hospitals and outpatient services.
(202) 813-0336 View (202) 813-0336
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Mary C Quigley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20037  (Online Only)
I enjoy working with couples, families, and individuals. My specialties include grief counseling, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and couples conflict. I have over 30 years of experience working with young adults in university settings and with individuals and couples in private practice. I have been the head clinician in an eating disorder and mood disorder clinic at a major university. I am particularly interested in working with clients who are struggling with low self worth and self loathing. I also have an expertise in working with gay couples.
I enjoy working with couples, families, and individuals. My specialties include grief counseling, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and couples conflict. I have over 30 years of experience working with young adults in university settings and with individuals and couples in private practice. I have been the head clinician in an eating disorder and mood disorder clinic at a major university. I am particularly interested in working with clients who are struggling with low self worth and self loathing. I also have an expertise in working with gay couples.
(202) 417-2746 View (202) 417-2746
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Erika DuBois
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified Verified
4 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20006  (Online Only)
I'm here to help! I offer virtual therapy sessions to clients in DC and Maryland. I love to help clients navigate their healing journey and believe that the therapeutic relationship is a mirror to reflect back the human spirit. I am a licensed therapist with extensive experience helping clients with anxiety, depression, and life transitions. I provide gender identity support and LGBT+ counseling. I am also a certified Intuitive Eating counselor helping clients navigate everyday issues as well as helping heal their relationship with food.
I'm here to help! I offer virtual therapy sessions to clients in DC and Maryland. I love to help clients navigate their healing journey and believe that the therapeutic relationship is a mirror to reflect back the human spirit. I am a licensed therapist with extensive experience helping clients with anxiety, depression, and life transitions. I provide gender identity support and LGBT+ counseling. I am also a certified Intuitive Eating counselor helping clients navigate everyday issues as well as helping heal their relationship with food.
(202) 798-7075 View (202) 798-7075
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Rosie Bick-Mera
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20036  (Online Only)
I practice LGBTQIA+ affirming care, and am passionate about using an intersectional approach to explore the different ways culture, social norms, policies, history, and our various social identities (chosen, ascribed, and assumed) impact our experiences in the world and how we understand ourselves.
I work with adults who have experienced childhood trauma and abuse. It's OK if you don't resonate with that word. Maybe you've said that you had a "dysfunctional family" or a "complicated childhood." However you see it, it is what we experienced and learned in childhood that influences how we show up in relationships with others and with ourselves. My clients want to heal their inner child, want to improve their relationships, what to feel safe and secure in who they are. They want to rewrite the stories they've held on to, and unlearn the painful negative beliefs about who they are and what they deserve.
I practice LGBTQIA+ affirming care, and am passionate about using an intersectional approach to explore the different ways culture, social norms, policies, history, and our various social identities (chosen, ascribed, and assumed) impact our experiences in the world and how we understand ourselves.
I work with adults who have experienced childhood trauma and abuse. It's OK if you don't resonate with that word. Maybe you've said that you had a "dysfunctional family" or a "complicated childhood." However you see it, it is what we experienced and learned in childhood that influences how we show up in relationships with others and with ourselves. My clients want to heal their inner child, want to improve their relationships, what to feel safe and secure in who they are. They want to rewrite the stories they've held on to, and unlearn the painful negative beliefs about who they are and what they deserve.
(202) 883-8129 View (202) 883-8129
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Kate Lieberman
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20006
In my daily life and professional work I strive to be body positive, antiracist, anti-ableist, lgbtqia+ affirming, and neurodiversity affirming.
Psychological evaluations are my area of expertise and passion. My goal when conducting assessments is to identify an individual’s areas of strength and weakness in order to provide recommendations for treatment, work and/or school, interpersonal relationships, and daily living. In the context of assessments, I can provide diagnoses and second opinions. A diagnosis is only one aspect of the process, however, and I emphasize understanding underlying cognitive, emotional, and interpersonal processes, and how these combine and manifest in daily life.
In my daily life and professional work I strive to be body positive, antiracist, anti-ableist, lgbtqia+ affirming, and neurodiversity affirming.
Psychological evaluations are my area of expertise and passion. My goal when conducting assessments is to identify an individual’s areas of strength and weakness in order to provide recommendations for treatment, work and/or school, interpersonal relationships, and daily living. In the context of assessments, I can provide diagnoses and second opinions. A diagnosis is only one aspect of the process, however, and I emphasize understanding underlying cognitive, emotional, and interpersonal processes, and how these combine and manifest in daily life.
(202) 751-3415 View (202) 751-3415
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Aimee C Ruscio
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20036
If you are a military veteran, queer, or gender non-conforming, I can offer you unique insight based on my extensive training, background, and personal history in these areas.
You've spent much of your life doing the things that you "should," so you wonder, "why don't I feel happier?" People may see you as "put together" and accomplished from the outside, but inside, you feel numb, chaotic, anxious, or even broken. I help people who've been through traumatic experiences feel in charge of their lives again without being held back by painful memories from the past. If you feel angry, stressed, depressed, guilty, or self-loathing, I want you to know that there is a way through this to a meaningful and happy life.
If you are a military veteran, queer, or gender non-conforming, I can offer you unique insight based on my extensive training, background, and personal history in these areas.
You've spent much of your life doing the things that you "should," so you wonder, "why don't I feel happier?" People may see you as "put together" and accomplished from the outside, but inside, you feel numb, chaotic, anxious, or even broken. I help people who've been through traumatic experiences feel in charge of their lives again without being held back by painful memories from the past. If you feel angry, stressed, depressed, guilty, or self-loathing, I want you to know that there is a way through this to a meaningful and happy life.
(202) 968-1362 View (202) 968-1362
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Jocelyn V Vara
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW-C, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20036
I have worked with people who identify as trans and non-binary, as well as people who identify as queer, pansexual and LGB.
Are you standing at a crossroads tempted to turn around because you're not sure how to take your next step? Do the "what if" scenarios that cycle through your mind make it difficult for you to make decisions and fall asleep at night? Do you feel stuck daydreaming of the life you want certain that it will only ever be a place you imagine? Does all of this make it hard to get out of bed some days, full of dread when you finally do, and likely to isolate from those you love?
I have worked with people who identify as trans and non-binary, as well as people who identify as queer, pansexual and LGB.
Are you standing at a crossroads tempted to turn around because you're not sure how to take your next step? Do the "what if" scenarios that cycle through your mind make it difficult for you to make decisions and fall asleep at night? Do you feel stuck daydreaming of the life you want certain that it will only ever be a place you imagine? Does all of this make it hard to get out of bed some days, full of dread when you finally do, and likely to isolate from those you love?
(202) 946-5059 View (202) 946-5059
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Stacy Notaras Murphy
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, NCC, LPC, EMDR-C
Verified Verified
5 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20036
Waitlist for new clients
I wrote for Counseling Today on facing infertility, LGBTQIA+ issues, college life adjustment and more.
I am passionate about helping people facing relationship struggles that manifest as anxiety, depression, and difficulty with intimacy. My experience and training (EFT: Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Imago, PACT) taught me that most emotional challenges are tied to how we function in our personal relationships. I've been told that my real strength is helping people feel safe and reflective enough to recognize, think through, and either accept or change the way they approach the relationships that matter most. I enjoy a collaborative with my clients and couples, working together to make meaningful changes.
I wrote for Counseling Today on facing infertility, LGBTQIA+ issues, college life adjustment and more.
I am passionate about helping people facing relationship struggles that manifest as anxiety, depression, and difficulty with intimacy. My experience and training (EFT: Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Imago, PACT) taught me that most emotional challenges are tied to how we function in our personal relationships. I've been told that my real strength is helping people feel safe and reflective enough to recognize, think through, and either accept or change the way they approach the relationships that matter most. I enjoy a collaborative with my clients and couples, working together to make meaningful changes.
(202) 760-2121 View (202) 760-2121
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Camille Espinoza
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C, LICSW, MSPH
Verified Verified
6 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20006
All are warmly welcomed and affirmed, including people in the LGBTQIA+, poly, trans and non-binary communities.
Get qualified help for your relationship from a couple's therapy specialist and AASECT certified sex therapist. You'll receive hands-on support to work through your conflicts about identity, money, intimacy, children, family, career, emotions, or major life decisions. No matter where you are in your relationship, therapy can help you connect, repair and grow. Using a combination of effective therapy models and the latest research, we will work together to achieve your relationship goals by practicing new skills in session. We can also address any concerns you have about sex and intimacy.
All are warmly welcomed and affirmed, including people in the LGBTQIA+, poly, trans and non-binary communities.
Get qualified help for your relationship from a couple's therapy specialist and AASECT certified sex therapist. You'll receive hands-on support to work through your conflicts about identity, money, intimacy, children, family, career, emotions, or major life decisions. No matter where you are in your relationship, therapy can help you connect, repair and grow. Using a combination of effective therapy models and the latest research, we will work together to achieve your relationship goals by practicing new skills in session. We can also address any concerns you have about sex and intimacy.
(202) 951-8531 View (202) 951-8531
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The F.L. Wolters Group
Counselor, LPC
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20006
Are you grappling with intense emotions, navigating life transitions, or seeking a space for open conversation and self-discovery? Do you experience anxiety, tension, or overwhelm, or wonder why you feel irritable, tearful, or unable to enjoy your usual activities? In times of stress, people often withdraw or adopt other unhealthy habits, only to find it makes the situation worse. Our therapists can support you in overcoming these challenges. We are an inclusive, multicultural and LGBTQIA+ affirming practice and we welcome all of who you are. We are accepting new clients!
Are you grappling with intense emotions, navigating life transitions, or seeking a space for open conversation and self-discovery? Do you experience anxiety, tension, or overwhelm, or wonder why you feel irritable, tearful, or unable to enjoy your usual activities? In times of stress, people often withdraw or adopt other unhealthy habits, only to find it makes the situation worse. Our therapists can support you in overcoming these challenges. We are an inclusive, multicultural and LGBTQIA+ affirming practice and we welcome all of who you are. We are accepting new clients!
(202) 978-1413 View (202) 978-1413
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Lenna Jawdat
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, EMDR-C, RYT200
Verified Verified
3 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20036
I am LGBTQ+ and poly-friendly, have experience in anti-trafficking and cross-cultural work and conducted research on discrimination among Arab- and Muslim-Americans in the US.
I believe in our innate power to heal and grow from difficult life experiences. Whether you've experienced a trauma recently or many years ago, these experiences may continue to impact you in the present: physically, emotionally, psychologically and relationally. I offer a gentle, collaborative and affirming space to access and work through past events, however they show up, as well as for self-exploration and personal growth. I pay attention to the ways in which issues of identity (race, class, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, ability, size, etc.) may impact your experience. I am licensed in DC, CT, SC, DE.
I am LGBTQ+ and poly-friendly, have experience in anti-trafficking and cross-cultural work and conducted research on discrimination among Arab- and Muslim-Americans in the US.
I believe in our innate power to heal and grow from difficult life experiences. Whether you've experienced a trauma recently or many years ago, these experiences may continue to impact you in the present: physically, emotionally, psychologically and relationally. I offer a gentle, collaborative and affirming space to access and work through past events, however they show up, as well as for self-exploration and personal growth. I pay attention to the ways in which issues of identity (race, class, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, ability, size, etc.) may impact your experience. I am licensed in DC, CT, SC, DE.
(202) 838-4899 View (202) 838-4899
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Tim Martin
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSAT, CMAT, CPTT, LICSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20015  (Online Only)
Non-judgmental, compassionate care that is sex-positive and LGBTQ+ safe.
Infidelity? Porn addiction? Sex addiction? Trauma? These issues can be tough to deal with, but I can help. I have specialized training so that you're not wasting your time and money. Not just talk, talk, talk that gets you nowhere. I used evidence-based treatments so that you're feeling better soon. As a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT), a Certified Partner Trauma Therapist (CPTT), and a Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist (CMAT), I'm trained in many addictions and compulsive behavior, as well as substance addictions. Most therapists aren't trained in all these issues. I offer EMDR trauma therapy, as well. There is hope.
Non-judgmental, compassionate care that is sex-positive and LGBTQ+ safe.
Infidelity? Porn addiction? Sex addiction? Trauma? These issues can be tough to deal with, but I can help. I have specialized training so that you're not wasting your time and money. Not just talk, talk, talk that gets you nowhere. I used evidence-based treatments so that you're feeling better soon. As a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT), a Certified Partner Trauma Therapist (CPTT), and a Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist (CMAT), I'm trained in many addictions and compulsive behavior, as well as substance addictions. Most therapists aren't trained in all these issues. I offer EMDR trauma therapy, as well. There is hope.
(202) 951-8669 View (202) 951-8669
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Hannah F Sugarman
Psychological Associate, PhD
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20015
She has a particular passion for working with LGBTQ identifying-youth and their families.
Dr. Hannah Sugarman is a licensed psychology associate in Washington, DC. Dr. Sugarman specializes in providing engaging, empathetic, evidence-based treatment and psychoeducational evaluations that address a child’s needs at home and at school. She specializes in treating children and adolescents with emotional disorders and behavioral disorders, as well as youth who have experienced trauma. In addition to her work with Maven Psychology Group, Dr. Sugarman is a practicing school psychologist and has extensive experience understanding how a child’s traumatic experiences may impact their ability to thrive in the school setting.
She has a particular passion for working with LGBTQ identifying-youth and their families.
Dr. Hannah Sugarman is a licensed psychology associate in Washington, DC. Dr. Sugarman specializes in providing engaging, empathetic, evidence-based treatment and psychoeducational evaluations that address a child’s needs at home and at school. She specializes in treating children and adolescents with emotional disorders and behavioral disorders, as well as youth who have experienced trauma. In addition to her work with Maven Psychology Group, Dr. Sugarman is a practicing school psychologist and has extensive experience understanding how a child’s traumatic experiences may impact their ability to thrive in the school setting.
(202) 980-2733 x04 View (202) 980-2733 x04
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Catie Ehrler
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, LCPC
Verified Verified
Washington, DC 20036  (Online Only)
Not accepting new clients
​I specialize in Eating Disorders, body image and AD/HD, and work often with LGBTQIA+, gender identity, OCD, relational trauma, interpersonal violence/domestic violence survivors.
As a therapist, I pride myself on being approachable, genuinely engaged. I strive to offer a nurturing space filled with acceptance, collaboration, and humor that is safe for all gender, sexual and cultural identities. My practice is oriented in Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT), which believes that individuals grow through connectedness. RCT is an Intersectional Feminist approach that allows me to bring social justice and multiculturalism in all forms into my work with clients. I also work within the Health and Every Size (HAES) and body neutrality models.
​I specialize in Eating Disorders, body image and AD/HD, and work often with LGBTQIA+, gender identity, OCD, relational trauma, interpersonal violence/domestic violence survivors.
As a therapist, I pride myself on being approachable, genuinely engaged. I strive to offer a nurturing space filled with acceptance, collaboration, and humor that is safe for all gender, sexual and cultural identities. My practice is oriented in Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT), which believes that individuals grow through connectedness. RCT is an Intersectional Feminist approach that allows me to bring social justice and multiculturalism in all forms into my work with clients. I also work within the Health and Every Size (HAES) and body neutrality models.
(202) 915-9209 View (202) 915-9209
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Jericho Feng
Counselor, LCPC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20011  (Online Only)
I am a transgender psychotherapist who provides accessible, neurodivergent-affirming, culturally responsive, LGBTQ+ affirming, social justice-oriented diagnostic assessments, and mental health therapy.
I am a transgender psychotherapist who provides accessible, neurodivergent-affirming, culturally responsive, LGBTQ+ affirming, social justice-oriented diagnostic assessments, and mental health therapy.
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James U. DeFrancis
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Washington, DC 20015  (Online Only)
My clinical interests include depression, anxiety, major life transitions, relationships, drug and alcohol addiction, trauma and PTSD, recovery from religious-based trauma, and coming out as LGBTQIA.
Accepting new clients. In today’s stressful and uncertain world, each of us can experience challenges with anxiety, depression, major life transitions, and low self-esteem. I work to provide my clients with a safe, affirming, non-judgmental space to work through these challenges on their journeys to wellness and fulfillment. I support my clients as they find healing from trauma, develop meaningful relationships, achieve their life goals, and come to celebrate their truest, deepest selves.
My clinical interests include depression, anxiety, major life transitions, relationships, drug and alcohol addiction, trauma and PTSD, recovery from religious-based trauma, and coming out as LGBTQIA.
Accepting new clients. In today’s stressful and uncertain world, each of us can experience challenges with anxiety, depression, major life transitions, and low self-esteem. I work to provide my clients with a safe, affirming, non-judgmental space to work through these challenges on their journeys to wellness and fulfillment. I support my clients as they find healing from trauma, develop meaningful relationships, achieve their life goals, and come to celebrate their truest, deepest selves.
(202) 873-9292 View (202) 873-9292
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