My experience is primarily with LGBQIA+, transgender, and gender-expansive clients, and my approach is supportive, affirming, and integrates advocacy and power analysis. I also see clients in poly and open relationships, both for individual and partner(s) work. I am committed to anti-racism, am LGBTQ+ affirming, and use a social justice framework in my practice. While acknowledging that rarely can a space be completely safe, I believe deeply that the therapy space should allow clients to feel brave, and I am committed to doing my own work and unlearning through supervision, consultation, readings, and training to create that space for clients. I have my own experience of exploring my identity and sexuality within therapy, and I believe that that exploration is powerful and transformational. I participate each month in a supervision group centered around providing competent and affirming care to gender-expansive clients. I have signed the Gender-Affirming Letter Access Project provider pledge and recognize that the requirement to obtain letters makes medically necessary and life-saving interventions inaccessible and costly. Because of this belief, I strive to create a space where letters are easily acquired and low-cost. I am committed to providing free/low-cost gender-affirming letters to anyone who needs them. I utilize a pay-what-you-can model, meaning clients have complete discretion over what they pay, if anything. I can only provide letters to clients located in Georgia, and I am generally able to produce the letters within 24-48 hours. I also can conduct the assessment for the letters via telehealth or in-person, whatever is preferred.