Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy Graduate Intern (Oregon)
Queer identities, chronic illness, somatic experiencing, inner child, sexual trauma, attachment, kink & non-monogamy, ecotherapy
I am a graduate-level intern working toward licensure as a Marriage, Couple, & Family Therapist (LMFT) at Lewis & Clark College. Born on stolen Chumash land in Southern California, I grew up with stories of historical trauma told by my ancestors who journeyed here dreaming of a better life for the next generation.
I am physically disabled (invisibly), white, and cisgender. I find myself at home within a queer paradigm, embracing relationships beyond the barriers of normative societal structures. From mycelium to you and me, all beings are interconnected and dependent on one another for sustainability across the lifespan. Through this ecological framework, I am passionate about decolonization in therapy, requiring deep exploration of my own intersections, highlighting where power, privilege, and marginalization exist, and naming the institutional barriers that keep us from seeing one another.
By engaging in work that centers anti-racism and queer frameworks, I strive to use the privilege I am given to acknowledge who is in the room and more importantly, who has not yet been given the space to enter. Due to my position as a disabled person in an ableist world, I am dedicated to exploring how systemic injustices impact the complex challenges clients face. Having worked as a sex-positive sexual health educator, sexual assault survivor advocate, and counseled incarcerated youth, I bring a systemic lens to my work with clients and their relational/mental health landscape.
Orienting myself with narrative, attachment-based/emotionally-focused (EFT), intergenerational, and somatic theories with an interest in interpersonal neurobiology, I believe therapy is an embroidery of stories, sensations, and present emotions, to which we have been handed the needle that threads through lines and helps shape landscapes not yet explored. I am dedicated to bringing this nuance and creativity into the space we will shape together, inspiring therapy to be a building block not only for you, your wellness, and relationships, but for community change and liberation.
Self pay, OHP, Trillium, Open Card, CareOregon, Yamhill CCO
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50 min. Individual Session:
50 min. Couples Session:
$75 Medical Transition Assessment: