I have been a queer trans therapist for six years now. In those first years, my approach was psychotherapy centered. Clients repaired past wounds and left more functional and whole then when they came in. Four years into my practice I realized my own identity as transmasculine. Transition brought about a deeper state of consciousness and the realization of a more vast identity than my physical and mental form.
Naturally, my craft has integrated into a psychospiritual model of counseling. While remaining unequivocally nonreligious; presence, compassion, and radical acceptance are the leavening in my work. In this critical moment, I see trans and queer folk assuming a pivotal role in the evolution of the collective consciousness.
My partner and I have been building a life together now for over six years. She’s a writer and artist and brings a fresh and inspiring perspective to my life and work. She keeps me honest. Our lives were transformed in February of 2016 when I gave birth to a healthy baby and we are still amazed at the huge love we have for someone we’ve known for such a short time.