I am a trans male therapist who embraces and celebrates the diverse spectrum of identities of every individual!
I specialized in LGBTQAI Affirmative Psychology at Antioch University Los Angeles, and am currently a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT#105777). In addition, the bulk of my clinical experience has been working within the LGBTQAI community. I’ve gained LGBTQAI competency working at several agencies that are dedicated to offering services specifically for members of the community; these include the Los Angeles LGBT Center, the Los Angeles Gender Center, and an agency called Being Alive which serves members of the community who have been impacted by HIV/AIDS.
I currently work out of an incredible community agency called growURpotential , under the supervision of Tiffany Ann Dzioba, PsyD, LMFT #51595. GrowUrpotential’s mission is to provide accessible and affordable mental health services. Rates are based on sliding scale and I’m also happy to provide super bill’s for insurance reimbursement.
Comfort and compatibility are so important within the therapeutic journey, so please free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (323)-285-3388 to set up a consultation and ensure you feel we are a good fit!
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